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1990 Mazda RX-7, 1992 Nissan 180SX and More - Reader's Rides
From beaters to show-winners to drag cars, we don’t discriminate.
Oct 7, 2011
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SuperStreetOnline Magazine
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Fensport Performance's 202-MPH Toyota Celica - Serious Sleeper
Peel off the stickers and roll up the windows and you'd be hard-pressed to recognize this Toyota as a 200-mph monster.
Feb 12, 2010
SuperStreetOnline
SuperStreetOnline Magazine
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1983 Toyota Celica Street Racing - Driver
Check out this editorial by Scott Tsuneishi on his first street race with his 1983 Toyota Celica.
Scott TsuneishiOct 1, 2008
The Road To Victory - Driver Seat
Check out how the editor of Turbo Magazine, Scott Tsuneishi, started it all in his car craze. Spoilers of upcoming features in Turbo Magazine are also revealed!
Scott TsuneishiApr 1, 2008
Committed Race Car Driving - Racer Mentality
Other racers may have spent their "off-season" on a Tahitian beach eating pineapple rings off the tanned stomachs of supermodels, but I've been holed up in my secret, evil lair with my henchmen, planning to dominate the world of tube-frame, front-drive drag racing. (Insert evil cackle here.)
Jun 1, 2007
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SuperStreetOnline Magazine
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The Business Winning - Racer Mentality
Find out why every racer is a business man in this article by Christian Rado.
Mar 2, 2007
SuperStreetOnline
SuperStreetOnline Magazine
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The Truth - Ed Loh Editorial
True story: The day I turned 16, I went into the local DMV and took my driver's license exam. I scored 100 percent, which matched the equally impressive perfect score I managed on the written test. As a testament to my obvious driving skill, I proceeded to log three speeding tickets in my first thre
Ed LohNov 8, 2006
Import Tuner
Import Tuner Magazine
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Police - Initial Timing It All Starts Here
A friend recently sent me a link to an article posted on AAA's Web site. For those of you not familiar with it, AAA is an enormous, roadside-assistance organization. You know, you breakdown, you call, the tech comes and shows your ass how to put gas in your car or tows you home. And it conveniently
Sep 1, 2005
SuperStreetOnline
SuperStreetOnline Magazine
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Toyota 3RZ Engine - Terminal Velocity
It's easy to forget the basic reasons why we race when we are thrashing like stuck pigs in the heat of competition. After long hours in the shop getting your car ready and driving endless miles to get to an event, the stress level can reach critical levels, especially if you are fighting problems wi
Dec 1, 2004
The Year of the Clutch - Terminal Victory
The Year of the Clutch - Terminal Victory
Jul 8, 2004
Toyota Celica - Terminal Velocity
Editor's Note: "Terminal Velocity" is a new column in which we hand the microphone to a renowned tuner; in this case it's Bob Norwood. Norwood's crazy creations have appeared in the Turbo pages on many occasions. His talent goes beyond conceptualization, fabrication and tuning; what sets him apart i
Feb 1, 2004
Future Automotive Industry Predictions - Racer Mentality
Here at WORLD Racing, we've improved on the standard crystal ball you might find on eBay or in some back alley swami's refrigerator carton. We've taken the entire crystal ball concept and amped it up for the 21st century with some nitrous and really big speakers. That means I know all, I see all, an
Oct 1, 2003
Import Tuner
Import Tuner Magazine
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Toyota Celica SEMA - Initial Timing
Fuckin' hell! It's our 50th issue. Seems like just yesterday I was shitting bricks at the thought of shooting and writing my first magazine feature. Now it's been more than fours years of slugging away and revolutionizing the way the story is told, and we've hit the big five-o! There's no official p
May 1, 2003
Import Tuner
Import Tuner Magazine
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Toyota Celica - Four One One
Imported cars aren't unknown in NHRA competition, but they haven't been seen much lately. Think back (as if you were born in 1932 instead of 1986) to the Hemi-powered Fiat Topolinos and blown Ford Anglias that dominated Fuel Altered competition in the '60s. Or the Dodge Colts (which were really Mits
Jun 12, 2002
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