The way we buy and sell cars, parts and even engines have changed a lot over the last 20 years, thanks to the world-wide web. Here's a few tips to make it easier.
Rick Seitz gives us a glimpse for what's in store for GMEFI for 2018!
Is the SEMA Show a little too lenient of who they accept into the event?
I may have bought my 1998 Firebird Formula in 2004, but the obsession over this particular car started long before that, and it has come a long way since!
It may be time to retire the Eighties cars -- or is it?
Fake News is popular now more than ever, and we cut through the bull.
Rick Seitz reflects on the 40th-Anniversary of Smokey and the Bandit.
Scott Parkhurst elaborates on setting the perfect stance!
Sometimes the best results don't always come from under the hood, they come from investing that money in the details!
Would you like to get your car featured in GM EFI Magazine? Rick gives you a few tips on how you can help make it happen!
Editor Rick asked the question; when is the best time off letting go of your stalled project?
GM EFI launched just over two years ago, and indirectly, it started with the Turbo Buick. Founder Rick Seitz credits the fabled G-body for not only GM EFI's creation, but his exploration into entrepreneurship.
Guest Editor Scott Parkhurst lends his insight on having general fun with your musclecar!
Andrew Borodin tells is like it is!
What's the definition of a "Car Guy?" Eric McClellan investigates...
Wrench time is never easy -- but with a lot of new hardware, it sure it a lot of fun!
Shirley Muldowney is one of my greatest inspirations. Here's my personal story about when I met the First Lady of Drag Racing.
Editor Rick Seitz lays out his five favorite obscure performance machines too build, that you might have overlooked.
Is there a such thing as "too much automobilia?" Rick Seitz investigates...
Bringing you updates on our current project cars for the 2016 season!
SEMA fights the good fight against new EPA regulations that target... us!
We take a closer look at how the swap meet remains relevant in the Digital Age.
What would Pontiac look like in 2015, if done properly? Editor at large, Rick Seitz, investigates.
Editor Rick Seitz takes a closer look at the Chinese knockoffs so common in today's society.
Rick reflects back on the classics of yesteryear, while reminding us that while the new cars are much faster, they somehow lack the soul of the originals. Is he accurate in his opinion?
With the ever-increasing emphasis on fuel economy, it only makes sense for manufacturers to offer for fuel efficient vehicles.
With the relevant ease of purchasing a web domain, new automotive "publications" have been popping up almost every day. We implore you to avoid the bad ones.
Is the new Camaro a foul ball or a home run? Patrick Hill provides his personal thoughts on the latest Camaro.
Forget Fast and the Furious, what ever happened to the real car movies? The stuff filled with action not created by a computer and cars that don't defy the laws of physics.
Rick takes us back to the real meaning of the term, "sleeper" and why you might be confused to the true definition.