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Rick Seitz Contributor

Being into cars at a very early age, Rick has always preferred GM performance cars, and today's LS series engines just sealed the deal. When he's not busy running errands around town in his CTS-V, you can find him in the garage wrenching on his WS6 Trans Am, or at the local cruise spots in his Grand National.


In order to perform as designed, suspension components have to have a rigid chassis framework to support them, and that’s where this all-in-one kit from Granatelli Motorsports comes in.

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The Camaro 1LE was built for the track right off of the showroom floor, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t improve upon it’s track prowess. Follow along as we install a Mantic dual disc clutch…

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When we went looking for a cat-back exhaust for our 1997 Corvette, we were blown away by the choices that were out there! The options seem limitless, but for a Corvette, we decided to give a call to the guys who are among the best for Corvettes in the industry – Mid America Motorworks!

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It’s not very often that we get to see a in-depth step by step build of any car, much less an LS-powered ’69 Chevelle being put together than Mr. Chevelle himself, Chuck Hanson. We already brought you the first and second installments in previous articles, and now, we have the third for you right here.

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A Japanese toymaker called Takara Tomy has a history of creating self-transforming robots for a small group of people. What we mean by that is, if you have $24,000 for a children’s toy, he’ll build you a transforming Camaro like the one you see here.

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Now that the 2014 Silverados are hitting the streets (with Gen-V power, no less), it only makes sense for the aftermarket to get their hands on them and start developing the go-fast goodies that so many enthusiasts ask for. One of those aftermarket suppliers is Lingenfelter Performance Engineering.

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Swapping an LS-series engine into a classic musclecar has gotten so popular that even guys like Chevelle guru Chuck Hanson are making the switch from traditional small-block and big-block power to the trusted 21st century Gen III and Gen IV engines.

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We don’t even know where to begin with this one. We would rag on it for being a awful ’70s custom, but with a nose that’s clearly from a ’03-08 Pontiac Vibe, that’s obviously not the case. We have no clue why this ’79 Corvette received this treatment, or why anyone would do this to a Corvette.

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It started out in life as a typical, ’69 427/4-speed Corvette of an unknown hue, and at some point during either the Ford or Carter Administrations, went under the knife to become this creation you’re looking at here. But at this asking price, it better include some of the drugs involved in its creation…

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Here we have the answer to a question that literally nobody asked – what happens when you combine a Volkswagen Beetle body with C4 Corvette running gear. Thank you, Craigslist, for providing us with a chance to see Things that Should Not Be…

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Have you ever gone on Craigslist and asked yourself, “WTF am I looking at?” We have on many occasions, and today was no different. This morning while browsing for a potential new Corvette project car, we ran across this yellow C4 with a – get this – “mock rear engine” stuffed into what used to be the trunk.

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While it may look like any other ‘typical’ ZL1 on the surface, this example backs up its sinister image with 700 horsepower on tap at the rear wheels, to make for one serious street machine than can also rule the dragstrip or road course.

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HUD technology has been finding it’s way into other cars from GM over the last few decades, including Corvettes, Cadillacs, and even the current Camaro. But when we heard about the new full color HUD in the 2014 Zl1 from our friends over at Camaro News, we had to let you guys in on it!

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Kevin from Concept One shows us how to install the their Pulley System onto a Chevrolet Performance LSA crate engine. He walks us through the installation, step-by-step, to teach you how to install the system properly. Not only will this help increase the performance of your car, but it adds some bling too.

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Sam Buschemi’s 2007 Monte Carlo SS is one front driver we don’t recommend messing with. You can mock all you want because it’s a front driver, but that still doesn’t take away from the fact that it’s putting down 800 horsepower to the front tires, thanks to an LS7 block and a little bit of boost.

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Performance Drive has tested the entire new range of VF Commodore vehicles – including the wagon, Ute, and our favorite, the SSV Redline, featured here. Packing 270 kilowatts (or 362 HP), there’s enough power to push this 4,000-pound sedan to a 0-62 MPH sprint to 4.8 seconds.

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