These images should bring back fond memories of the monsoons that inundated 2005 Power Tour participants. While this amount of rain may be beneficial to crops, it sure can make driving our favorite cars a challenge. Although these pictures may seem irrelevant at first, think about it--all the precious fluids in your vehicle must be quietly doing their job, since the car is still moving and is taking you safely and worry-free to your destination!

We rarely give the fluids a second thought, but coolant, brake fluid, oil, transmission fluid, power-steering fluid, and gas must be contained and properly directed to do their job. Follow along as we take a quick look at the fluids and their containers--and learn a few tricks along the way.

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Classic Tube
80 Rotech Drive
Lancaster
NY  14086
800-882-3711
www.classictube.com
Street & Performance
479-394-5711
www.hotrodlane.cc
Custom Powder Coating Robbie Morrow
410 Enochville Ave., Dept. CHP
Enochville
NC  28081
980-932-7722
Detroit Speed
185 McKenzie Rd., Dept. CHP
Mooresville
NC  28115
704-662-3272
www.detroitspeed.com
Rick's First Gen Camaros
420 Athena Dr., Dept. CHP
Athens
GA  30601
800-359-7717
www.firstgen.com
Hotchkis Performance
12035 Burke St., Ste. 13
Santa Fe Springs
CA  90670
877-466-7655
www.hotchkis.net
Year One
PO Box 129
Tucker
GA  30085
800-932-7663
770-496-1949
www.nextgenparts.com/mustang
Baer Brakes
3108 W. Thomas Rd.,
Ste. 1201
Phoenix
AZ  85017
602-233-1411
www.baer.com
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