Project Sleeper Status went MIA for a little while, only to return with a few issues.
Project Phoenix earns its side skirts with the help of 6LE Designs.
Rebuilding our OEM Turbo Buick Injectors with the help of Injector Experts.
We road test our latest parts hauler, a 2016 Silverado Z71 Rally Edition.
Our friends at American Powertrain gives us insight win installing a Hydramax clutch into Project Redrum!
With the help of Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center builds us the ultimate LS3 for Project Redrum!
We team up with American Powertrain to help them develop their 6-speed swap kits for third-gen F-bodies!
Replacing our headlight and parking lamp hardware with the help of GBodyParts.
We replace Project Wicked6's ratty factory wheels for something more elegant.
Project Redrum gets a set of new grilles fro your friends at Hawks Third-Generation Performance.
Adding style and an updated look to a WS6 has never been easier, thanks in part to 6LE's Q-Splitter.
Project Phoenix ditches its street/strip roots behind, and gets an update with Toyo Tires' R888.
Are you tired of not being able to listen to Pandora or iTunes through your 4th-gen's factory stereo? Then fret no more!
Updating Project Phoenix with 6LE Designs' billet hood hinges!
Project Redrum gets new shoes for the autocross!
Project Wicked6 is back with a rear spoiler upgrade from Spoolfool Productions!
This one has been a long time coming, but we're finally able to pull the cover off of our third-gen project car!
We test out Driven's new Race Wax automotive detailer.
We announce our latest project car: Project Phoenix, our 2002 Trans Am WS6!
After five months of sitting idle, our Buick GN project is ready to reemerge! But first thing's first, we need to do something about that dead battery!
Not content with our previous track times featured in Part II of this series, we head back to the track for improved times rom Sleeper Status!
Blue Magic gets a serious wakeup call with the help of a BTR camshaft upgrade!
We’ve paired with the W-body gurus at ZZPerformance in the hopes of creating an 11-second sleeper out of our 152,000-mile 2000 Buick Regal GS without breaking the bank.
Completely overshadowed by the Camaro and Corvette crowd, and seemingly playing second-fiddle to the diesel truck contingent, petrol performance trucks are in a league of their own. Good thing our friends at JBA were there ...
The mission was simple, but that didn’t mean it was going to be easy: build the ultimate sleeper that wasn’t V8-powered. To make it even more interesting, we also decided to make it front-wheel drive ...