January 1967 Too Dangerous to Drive! POPULAR MECHANICS talks to some of America’s toughest car inspectors to find out why many cars wouldn’t pass a road-safety check.
February 1967 US Helicopters In Vietnam In this issue, we paid tribute to the US helicopters of the Vietnam War, which was still in full swing at the time.
March 1967 The Fantastic Camera Tricks Behind ‘Grand Prix’ For this exciting cover, POPULAR MECHANICS delves into the innovative techniques needed to film the racing scenes in the 1966 film Grand Prix. Believe it or not, some of the shots were even captured in-car during the Monaco Grand Prix.
June 1967 Good Color Reception Depends On Even way back in the analogue past, you knew you could rely on POPULAR MECHANICS to help you get the most out of your brand-new colour TV.
J uly 1967 Build This Underwater Aquaplane In the US summer of ’67, this DIY aquaplane was touted as being ‘a lot like water skiing, but with more thrills’. Being towed at skiing speed, but underwater? We’re calling it a ‘maybe’.