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Boost in a Bottle
Easy Nitrous Kit Install
The Untold History of Project X
This '57 Chevy's backstory from an insider might be more interesting than the official one.
A Piece of History
The 240-mph Supercharged Hemi-Powered Belly Tank From the '50s Returns
The EV Swap for the Everyman Is Coming Soon
Trials, Tribulations, and Second Thoughts
Did we butcher Project X? Controversy abounds, but how much did we have to modify our 1957 Chevy for its latest drivetrain swap?
The Shape of Perserverence
There is much more to Scott Sullivan’s 1954 Chevy than meets the eye
Parked and stored since 1957, this 1937 ford truck is as original as they come
This Historic Custom Was Built in the ’50s and Hasn’t Changed Since
Blood Letters and Badmen
In the early ’60s, drag racing became a theater of the fantastic. Funny Cars still held very close to the original form, completely recognizable as the street machines from whence they came.
TWENTY YEARS IN THE MAKING, THIS WILD '57 IS BACK ON THE STREET
Gin 'n' It
Looking for a new drink that mixes the frontier spirit with Jazz Age naughtiness and even a dash of your choice of modern enhancement? Gin'n'It just maybe it.
National Parks: Made for You and Me
Chasing Joan Didion
I visited the writer's California homes, from Berkeley to Malibu. What was looking for?
CALIFORNIA LAYS OUT PLAN TO DRASTICALLY CUT FOSSIL FUEL USE
New homes built in California starting in 2026 need to be powered by all-electric furnaces, stoves and other appliances if California is to meet its ambitious climate change goals over the next two decades, according to a state pollution-reduction plan released this week.
EMOTIONS PLAY A BIG ROLE IN WHAT WE REMEMBER
TELECOMN GROUPS END FIGHT AGAINST CALIFORNIA NET NEUTRALITY
Telecommunications industry groups ended their bid to block California’s net neutrality law that bars broadband providers from throttling service.
NEW FACTORY IN MOSES LAKE TO BRING HUNDREDS OF NEW JOBS
A battery materials company has purchased a 600,000-square foot facility in Moses Lake, Washington, to be used to manufacture lithium-ion anode battery materials for the automotive and cell phone industries.
Cups of Gold Stoic and Tenacious!
If you can get your hands on some seed packets of the California poppy and show the picture of the golden, cup-shaped flowers on them to a kid, chances are great that the answer would be a positive ‘yes!’, and in two ticks you will have happy and excited company in the garden to help you to sow the seed.
CALIFORNIA PLAN AIMS TO TRIPLE SALE OF ELECTRIC CARS BY 2026
California wants electric vehicle sales to triple in the next four years to 35% of all new car purchases, an aggressive target set as part of the goal to phase out the sale of gas-powered cars by the middle of next decade.
MUSK SAYS TESLA WILL BUILD VEHICLE DESIGNED TO BE A ROBOTAXI
Tesla will build a vehicle dedicated for use as a robotaxi, and it will start making three new vehicles next year, CEO Elon Musk told fans at a party celebrating the opening of a Texas factory.