Nova Engine Options: 1973

The musclecar was had ended by 1973, and anything with a performance heritage was a former shell of itself. For the Nova, the once economy car turned musclecar had returned to being simple, economic transportation. Read More


Tech: Building A Bulletproof 427 LS With Manley To Make Big Power

Building a supercharged LS engine to make monster power and live in an everyday-driven scenario isn't as difficult as it may seem. Check out Hank Manley's machine inside! Read More


Three Unusual And Obscure First-Gen Camaro Options

Unusual options have always been available on cars, and the Chevrolet Camaro is no exception. Check out these three unusually-overlooked options that were available on the first-gen Camaro. You might be surprised. Read More


Guide To Cooling LS Swapped Vehicles From 300-1,000 Horsepower

Performing an LS Swap? You need to check out this guide. We get the low down from Be Cool on how to choose the correct radiator and fan module for your current or next LS swap project. Read More


BluePrint Engines Launches 400ci Engine Line With Cast Iron Block

New from BluePrint Engines – 400ci V8 engines with new cast iron blocks. These motors take up where GM left off in 1980 by using precision CNC-machined iron blocks as a foundation. Check 'em out! Read More


Hands-On with Impact’s Accel Frontal Head Restraint

Join us for a closer look at the devices that are saving lives in racing these days, highlighted by Impact's new Accel frontal head restraint designed to make safety more comfortable. Read More


Bulletproof Flexplates And Choosing The Flexplate For You

Flexplates have advanced a great deal over the past 15 years. From an often-overlooked afterthought to a key component to consider when building your hot rod, the flexplate truly has evolved. Read More


Final Fifth-Gen Camaro Rolls Off Assembly Line As A ZL1

All good things must come to an end, as does production of the fifth-generation Camaro, with the final 2015 model rolling off the assembly line. This ZL1 will have a special home and a unique place in history. Read More


Two-Lane Blacktop’s Missing ’55 Chevy

Have you ever wonder what happened to famous movie cars? If you remember the movie Two-Lane Blacktop, then you know there were three '55 Chevys. Two were accounted for, but what happened to the third car? Find out. Read More


Student Teams Submit Plans For 2016 Camaro Hybrid

16 teams of college students have submitted plans for taking a 2016 Camaro and turning it into a fuel-sipping machine. Could you get behind a hybrid Camaro if it meant better performance and fuel economy? Read More


Jegs Launches Street/Strip LS Swap Oil Pans For GM Musclecars

A reinforced oil pan for your LS-swapped GM musclecar has just arrived from Jegs. From Camaros to Novas to Chevelles and more, this product is your car's ticket to improved lifespan. Check it out! Read More


The Correct Ways to Lower Your Coil Spring Front End

There's a right way and a wrong way to lower a car if it has a coil spring front end. The wrong way can seriously damage your car or you, so here is a brief guide to proper lowering techniques. Read More

2016 Chevrolet Camaro

Camaro SS, V6 Get Slightly Better Gas Mileage Than The Mustang

EPA fuel economy figures for the 2016 Chevy Camaro have come out, and once again the GM muscle car edges out the Mustang in key areas. Read More


Throwback Thursday: Bitten By A Black Widow Tri-Five

There are several Chevy cars that command being called collectibles: The LS6 Chevelle, any Yenko-built car, and let's not forget the Black Widow. If you've never heard of a Black Widow, read on for more information. Read More


Mike Eischeid’s ’70 Camaro Z28 Finally Comes Together

Many times, a project car takes a while to complete. That's because life gets in the way, money gets tight, and time is never available. This project epitomizes that, as it took 30 years and three owners to finish. Read More


Video: Affordable EFI Conversions For The Street And For The Track

EFI has always been an expensive conversion, whether it's a factory-style conversion or an aftermarket throttle body conversion. FiTech offers an affordable solution with kits starting under $1000 to convert to EFI. Read More


Project Respect: Restoring Comfort And Class With Classic Industries

As the saying goes, it's what's inside that counts. Classic Industries helps us manifest this idea as we tackle upgrading the seats, carpet, headliner, and more, in Project Respect. See how it all comes together. Read More


Horsepower Ratings: Gross Versus Net

In 1972, automotive manufacturers adopted a new way of testing the horsepower of the engines going into their cars. The testing processes have caused a lot of confusion over the years, and we clear things up. Read More


With Only 19,000 Miles, This Chevelle Still Has A Storied Past

It's getting harder and harder to find low-mileage, original musclecars. Bruce Case proves that if you're persistent, you can find exactly what you want, but you might just have to wait your turn. Read More


How To: Choosing The Right Moser Axle To Fit Your Ride

Axles are what paved the way for Moser Engineering, and remain an integral part of day-to-day operations for the company. We spoke with Jeff Anderson to get some insights about their axles. Read More

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