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Bartlett, Kevin
April 2008
Street Machine;Apr2008, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p109
The article presents questions and answers related to show-car building including the use of CRS drop spindles in an FB Holden sedan, the smartest performance options for a V6-cylinder car for around $500, and a suitable fitting rack and pinion power steering to a 1963 EH Special.


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