The flagging economy has really hit home. The theory goes something like this: Since everything in China is booming, like America once did, the Chinese are building stuff, stuff that requires lots of steel....and not too surprisingly, they've developed one more bodacious appetite for it. Scrap metal is the new economic engine, the redneck's dot.com bubble, with scrap metal "firms" springing up quicker than dog-fennells on a ghost track.
Can you say... "out of…Continue
Yeah, it was WAY cool back in the day, the 1960's. "Stacks" poking through the fabricated hoods of '37 chevy coupes. Hilborn fuel injection was a hallmark of the modified scene for years.
Come-to-find-out, it's deja'-vu all over again....NASCAR is rolling FI back out. But don't be looking for the tell-tale injector stacks, or anything, for that matter, to look, sound, perform, or actually do anything any different that the cars are presently doing. This a'int your dad's fuel…
There was once a dirt track, on the edge of South Carolina, and until just a couple years ago, its ghostly footprint was still alive. Supposedly, family heirs became the property's owners and the lure of potential mega-bucks on the last collapsing breaths of the late economy proved a too great a temptation. The dozers were called in and the old track vanished into memory. The property never sold.…Continue