When Vic Edelbrock, Jr. sets foot inside his Z06, a lazy drive becomes a crazy drive thanks to the awesome E-force supercharger under the hood. Join us as we take a closer look at this incredible Vette.
by David Chick on November 26, 2013
by Tim King on November 20, 2013
Will the new Chevy SS Sport Sedan excel where the Pontiac G8 GXP and GTO failed? We go deep undercover and ask all the right questions to bring you our take – find out more inside.
by Lindsey Fisher on November 18, 2013
When it comes to hot rod ownership, there are two general kinds of people – those who prefer a factory-correct vehicle and those who prefer a unique custom. We love them both! Check out this original resto here!
by David Chick on November 14, 2013
We caught up with Jill Hepp, manager of customer engagement for Mr. Gasket, who shared with us the details of the company’s brilliant “Lime Crush,” a heavily modified ’66 Suburban seen at the 2013 SEMA Show.
by Lindsey Fisher on October 22, 2013
The fleet of performance cars that came out of the 60s and 70s with the famous Chevy bowtie stamped on them is virtually endless, but one that stood above even the Corvette was the 1970 Chevelle SS 454 LS6 model.
Chevy has hit the mark with the Z/28, though it might not be the mark your average Camaro fan would have aimed for in the first place…
John Villesgas of Southern California is no stranger to hot Camaros because he has owned beautiful Camaro specimens for over 42 years, dating back to 1971 when he was in high school. Check out this duo here!
by Brian Wagner on October 2, 2013
Clyde Carlson took a classic Nova, mixed in a modern power plant, and spiced it up with a set of twin turbos for good measure, creating his own unique, head-turning combination.
by Lindsey Fisher on September 26, 2013
Is any Corvette really a “sleeper?” Especially one packing a parachute in back… But this twin turbo C5 makes a strong case for subtle, streetable four-digit horsepower.
This Chevette, a 1977 model, has undergone the Pro Street treatment, matching the look with a 500 horsepower, 181-inch GM turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
by Lindsey Fisher on August 29, 2013
They say that passions, characteristics and interests run in families, but for Gregg Doerfler, it wasn’t until after he had a family of his own that he found his automotive passion shared by his loved ones.
by Andrew Almazan on August 19, 2013
We get to check in with Vic Edelbrock Jr. and take a behind the scenes look at his killer ’57 Chev. Edelbrock recently unveiled an updated electric fuel injection system so we take a sneak peek under the hood.
by Josh Courter on August 1, 2013
We take a look back at ten Chevrolet vehicles that are not only affordable for college students, but they also have the potential to make great musclecars. With a little bit of hard work and a performance parts cata
by Michael Harding on July 30, 2013
Picking the top three cars at a car show can be extremely difficult, especially when the vehicles are all great builds. But having a little bit of an edge helped me to pick three vehicles, mainly because the one I got to drive was blown. Check out how I was blown away by these three rides.
by Jake Headlee on July 29, 2013
The proof is in the pudding – or so they say. Heidts, takes us behind the scenes and behind the wheel in their 1968 Camaro test rig and they show us firsthand the abuse their test rigs take to ensure the suspension systems are built not only to perform, but to last!
by Clifton Klaverweiden on July 23, 2013
The fact is that Jose Lugo’s Rally Yellow 2010 Camaro 2SS/RS isn’t a Transformers Edition. But when it comes to attention to detail, horsepower, and how well this car can perform at the track, there is definitely more than meets the eye. Step inside for a closer look at Lugo’s “Killer Bee”…
by Lindsey Fisher on July 2, 2013
Our Project BluePrint Chevelle has made it through yet another series of modifications, upgrades and tests and we couldn’t be happier. Not only did we upgrade our car’s power and performance by strapping a BluePrint carbureted LSX powerhouse between the front fenders, we also topped her off with many more extras!
by Matt Emery on June 25, 2013
In NASCAR, the name of the game is aerodynamics, and we saw the Mopars and the Fords try their hands at cheating the wind tunnel. The Winged Warriors were banned, but that didn’t stop other manufacturers from giving it a try. Chevy tried briefly with the unsuccessful Aerocoupe. Do you remember it?
This is a story about a boy who grew up to build the car that he loved watching race at the local drag strip as a kid. It’s the story of love for a very particular automobile – this bitchin’ 1955 Chevy gasser known as Daly’s Machine.
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by Chris Demorro on June 19, 2013
When Doug Ross opened his own shop, Weapons Grade Performance in Wallingford, Connecticut, he had one particular project in mind; a LS-swapped Subaru BRZ. “It was a project I wanted to do since the car was announced,” Doug says. Now, the V8 Subie lives, and it is as wicked as you imagine.