Painless Performance Products presents
STREET RODDER Top 100
For the Top 100 program, STREET RODDER attends 10 particular car shows each year and picks 10 vehicles at each to make up the Top 100. For more on where those shows are and how they're voted on, check www.streetrodderweb.com.
Did you know that in theory that current flows around the strands of wire? This means that the more strands of wire in a wire the more current that wire can carry. When doing wiring of a circuit, be sure the wire is high quality and has maximum strands.
Most aftermarket ignition switches are limited to about 60 amps of current-carrying capacity. Always use caution when using a universal switch that it is not overloaded by it powering the electric fan circuit or the air conditioning circuit without a relay.
Jerry Conklin, Libertytown, MD / '51 Chevrolet Fleetline
A 4-inch chop with slanted B-pil
Larry Roche, Mt. Airy, MD / '52 Chevrolet Styleline
Larry Roche's Styleline car benefits
Dick Applegate, Wall, NJ / '31 Ford coupe
TCI Engineering framerails were built into a so
Corry Hunter, Milford, DE / '32 Ford convertible
When we first visited Six Deuces Speed S
Mike Sappington, Forest Hill, MD / '41 Willys coupe
Mike Sappington's Willys features a '
Steve Garrison, Ellicott City, MD / '29 Ford roadster
Steve Garrison's roadster originall
John Hutchinson, Marriottsville, MD / '34 Ford coupe
Built by the Hot Rod Garage in Dento
Chuck and Tina Niglio, Silver Spring, MD / '32 Ford sedan
Chuck and Tina Niglio opted to
Tony Richards, Catonsville, MD / '65 Buick Riviera
Tony Richards updated his Rivi with pe
Steward Milby, Glen Mills, PA / '27 Ford roadster
Starting with a Zipper body, there are