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Detroit Speed Builds a Super-Musclecar Out Of This ’70 Chevelle

When Detroit Speed built this sinister black 1970 Chevelle for a customer, they decided to build a car that checked all the boxes for performance and desirability. Read More

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Terry Yiengst’s Show-Stopping 1977 Z28 Camaro

Terry Yiengst has owned this 1977 Z28 Camaro since 1979! He has taken great care of it and has never modified it. The car has never been used as more than a toy, and its present condition clearly reflects that care. Read More

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You’re Doing It Wrong: Brake Caliper Maintenance From MP Brakes

A multi-piston caliper upgrade means better stopping performance and fewer moving parts. But is there something you should be doing between brake pad changes? Master Power Brakes says yes. Read More

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Hooker Introduces New Blackheart Products For C6 and C7 Corvettes

Holley and Hooker have been known for decades as suppliers of American made performance products that deliver excellent performance gains. The new Hooker Blackheart Corvette exhaust products continue that tradition. Read More

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1957 Aurora: The Ugliest Prototype Car Ever Built?

The 1957 Aurora prototype was well intentioned but lacked some of the things needed to be successful in selling production cars ... like styling and performance. Other features were well ahead of its time. Read More

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Rob Wade’s ’65 Chevy II Defines The Term Powerful Perseverance

This potent Chevy II Nova SS is quite capable of cutting some serious e.t.'s on the track, but owner Rob Wade explains he had the perseverance to build this car for much more, and enjoys driving it on the street. Read More

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The Tri-Five Nationals Are Returning To Bowling Green, Kentucky

If you're a fan of the Tri-Five Chevy, then you need to make your way to Bowling Green, Kentucky this August. The Tri-Five Nationals is the largest gathering of everything pertaining to the classic hot rod. Read More

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Random Shots From The Goodguys PPG Nationals In Columbus, Ohio

Keeping on the lookout for new and special surprises at the show, we found a bevy of highly-customized hot rods at the 19th annual PPG Nationals in Columbus, Ohio. One thing is certain: You have never seen it all. Read More

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Edelbrock’s Genuine Edelbrock Rebates On Carburetor or Manifold

Edelbrock performance is proud to announce that they have brought back their 'Genuine Edelbrock' rebate program for carb and manifold purchases. If you've been waiting for the right time to buy, now is your chance. Read More

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Home-Built Hero: Carl Noels’ Show-Stopping ’69 Camaro

As iconic as the '69 Camaro is, there really is no incorrect way to rebuild one. Take for instance this restomodded gem. While the body of the car is mostly stock, it's the upgrades that will blow your mind. Read More

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Street Feature: Marv Barnum’s Clean 1940 Chevy Custom Sedan

This is a good looking, custom Chevy that dates back more than seven decades. Don't let age fool you, the drivetrain and aesthetics have been fully upgraded. Read More

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Goodguys’ Street Rod Of The Year Competition And Winner

One of the most important awards during the Goodguys show season is the Street Rod Of The Year Award. We were there at the PPG Nationals to see the winner. We have our top five and the overall winner here. Read More

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Matching Numbers: Following Your Camaro Back To The Factory

Making sure a car is numbers matching is a hobby within itself. There have been various books and guides published to help decode these numbers, but when it comes to finding them, do you know where they are located? Read More

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TCI’s ’63 Nova: Hugging Corners And Slaying Cones

When you build a car that has sentimental value, its worth goes far beyond what you put into it. These kinds of cars hold a special place in your heart and can serve as a nostalgic reminder of what once was. Read More

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Forgeline’s Drop Dead Gorgeous Monoblock AR1 Wheels Make C7 Sing

Forgeline has a cool C7 Z06 project car that showcases it's monoblock, AR1 wheels. They fit many cars but look especially bitchin' on the C7 Corvette. There's a gaggle of other cool C7 tweaks was well. Read More

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Part 4: Sealed Crate Engine Racing – Hitting The Ground Running

Our sealed crate engine Chevelle finally hits the track and gets ready to compete in NMCA competition. Follow along as we take you along for the initial on-track testing. Read More

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Rick Jones Slows Things Down With Modernized ’49 Chevy Pickup

Rick Jones Race Cars and Quarter-Max have outfitted many of their drag race-proven parts on a custom 1949 Chevrolet pickup that serves as Jones' joyride machine, with a ride quality "as good as a new truck". Read More

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Rebuild Tip Of The Week: Fuel Injection Tech Tips With FiTech

FiTech gives us some insider information on how to keep your fuel injection system running at the best possible levels of reliability and efficiency. This tip will help you wire a great upgrade onto your car. Read More

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The Greats of Chevrolet Before They Were Famous: The Fisher Brothers

Whether you've owned a Chevrolet or just admired one on the road, you've undoubtedly experienced the work of our next family of greats, as it is in this case. Find out how carriage builders became Chevrolet moguls. Read More

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Classic Industries’ OER Reproduction Tri-Five Rearview Mirrors

New from Classic Industries – OER's reproduction rearview mirror brackets for Tri-Fives. These units are designed to attach at the original location. Check 'em out! Read More

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