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See you next year: We’ll be in the garage.

Sure, the GRM office is closed next week, but don't worry–we have plenty of project cars to keep us busy.

The moment you realized you had too many project cars?

It's not easy to admit, but acknowleging you have too many projects is the first step.

Compete against GRM project cars in this year’s $2000 Challenge

Think you have a car faster than our GRM project cars? Prove it at the $2000 Challenge this October.

Which project are you most proud of?

Out of all the projects you've worked on, which ones are your favorites and why?

What bit of maintenance are you putting off right now?

Do we recommend putting off maintenance? No. Do we still procrastinate on repairs anyway? More than we'd like to admit.

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Shop Work: What we've learned after a lifetime of project cars

What wisdom have we gleaned from years of GRM project cars? We're glad you asked.

Columns: When is the right time to slow down? | Column

Is it finally time to pay more attention to the blinking yellow signs and slow down?

Columns: Column: Don't Let That Project Sit

This is not going to be another one of those “in these times…” musings, but we do need to talk about how many of us handled productivity and how we kept projects going through this ongoing interruption.

Features: Looking Back on 15 Years of Project Cars in 1999

Back in 1999 we had 15 project cars under our belt and a hopeful outlook to the future.

Columns: Obsession: The New Normal?

Have you ever purchased the next project car before you finished the one you were working on?

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Installing a lightweight windshield | Project vintage race Mustang

To save weight, we decided to replace our 14-pound glass windshield with a 7-pound polycarbonate piece from Shields Windshields.

Now to install it.

How to protect your radiator–inexpensively | Project vintage race Mustang

Before fitting the grille–it came uninstalled when we got our Mustang–we fit some heavy-duty mesh screen behind it in order to protect the radiator from debris.

We simply …

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