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How to Choose the Right Tools for Cutting Metal

One way or another, you’re going to have to cut that metal to size. Here are the many different ways to do that—each with their own pluses and minuses.

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Should your next car be a JDM import? | Buyer's Guide

Grew up on Gran Turismo, Initial D and Road&Ster? You can now make those dreams a reality.

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Mazda RX-3 | Vintage Views

Looking for an old-school classic that has a fanatical following–plus a nice motorsports pedigree? Cast your eyes upon the Mazda RX-3, especially in boy-racer SP guise.

This '65 Mustang hides a modern secret underneath

Did Mark Stevens build the widest early Mustang ever? Perhaps.

You have no excuse not to be making stuff | Column

If an inmate is capable of making a bonded leather bookmark while incarcerated, what's stopping you, the unincarcerated reader, from making stuff?

5 questions to ask yourself before switching to a standalone ECU

Think it’s time to control your car with a laptop? First, a few questions to ask.

Porsche 911 driving tips from pro driver Patrick Long

The Porsche 911 has been one of the most dominant platforms in motorsports. Former Porsche factory racer Patrick Long has some tips for extracting maximum performance.

What is a technical drawing, and why do I need one to make precision parts? | Making Stuff: Part 1

Perform professional-level machining at home? You can do this. First step: drawing some plans.

Who really is the best racer in the world? | Column

The Olympics shows us who the world's best athletes are, but how do we know who the best race car driver is?

How to start TIG welding

Thanks to the abundance of inexpensive, easy-to-use machines, lots of enthusiasts operate a MIG welder. But how hard is it to make the jump to those beautiful TIG welds?

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