What’s in a name? Whether it’s family ties, celebrities we adore or inspirational messages like Hope and Faith, what we choose to name individuals who are important to us, like our children and pets, always have some underlying reason behind them. The names we give our vehicles are no different.
by Lindsey Fisher on May 15, 2013
by Bobby Kimbrough on May 3, 2013
Our longtime Editor, Bobby Kimbrough talks about his near fatal heart attack and how lucky he feels to have experienced the attack at a racetrack. We are certainly glad to have him back in the saddle, and you should be too! Read his insightful look at the near tragedy here.
by Nigel Dobbie on March 19, 2013
With two hours to go, ex-Corvette Racing driver Olivier Beretta in the Risi Ferrari 458 led by just over a minute from the recovering #4 Corvette with Oliver Gavin at the wheel. Tommy Milner took over for the final stints with still more than 30 seconds to find in the last hour…
by Paul Huizenga on March 7, 2013
Publishing titan Robert E. Petersen founded the museum with the intention of creating a very different sort of experience for car lovers, and no matter what the current theme might be, a visit to the Petersen is worth taking time for as a part of any visit to SoCal.
by Bobby Kimbrough on February 24, 2013
Smitty Smith, a longtime fixture at Edelbrock and currently the Technical Sales Coordinator, has worked years as Edelbrock’s Media Technical support and consumer application information. In this month’s editorial, Smitty tells us about the new Edelbrock E-Street heads.
The new year has brought a few changes in our digital magazine and some exciting new directions for the Chevy Hardcore digital magazine and facebook fan page. Want to know what we have in store for you this year? Read what our editor has to say about the new direction here.
by Rick Tavel on February 11, 2013
January is a hot month for car collectors, with multiple high-profile auctions going on across the country. But behind the stage lights, TV coverage, and million dollar cars, the world of collector car auctions is still a place where it’s possible to find the right ride for the right price, if you know the game.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on February 6, 2013
Does the new Gen V small-block Chevy mean the end of the line for the LS movement? Or will the LS platform remain the max-performance engine of choice as the aftermarket and tuners struggle to crack the more complex ECU of the LT1?
by Rick Tavel on January 10, 2013
The Barrett-Jackson auctions are a must-attend for any true car nut, even if you’re just window shopping and never bid. But how does a first-timer survive the sensory overload with sanity intact? Read on and find out…
by Bobby Kimbrough on November 15, 2012
Have you ever gotten the feeling that Federal Government help simply hurts too much to accept. Our Tech Editor talks about that issue and explains what you can do to prevent it.
by Sean Haggai on July 12, 2012
I love what I do and knowing that our published content could be inspiring the next generation of Chevy enthusiasts is a blast of motivation. As automotive journalists, we get the chance to travel and explore different shops and builds. Read about our adventure to Late Model Engines in Houston, Texas.
by Sean Haggai on May 2, 2012
Maintaining the position of Editor has become quite the challenge. I’m not only responsible for myself but the magazines edit and writers as well. I’ve had a ton of help along the way and had it not been for the patience of my fellow coworkers, I probably wouldn’t be sitting here drafting up this editorial…
by Rick Seitz on April 16, 2012
For those of you who mope because you can’t buy that 1970 HEMI ‘Cuda or LS-6 Chevelle from the famous auction that’s always on TV, fret not. The next generation of classic musclecar may already be in your garage.
by Sean Haggai on April 13, 2012
As the new Editor for ChevyHardcore.com I have some big shoes to fill. Of course, I’m still the new guy around the powerTV offices. As uncomfortable as they are, it’s necessary to introduce our readers to the new captain. With that, here’s a little about me, where I come from and our plan for ChevyHardcore.com.
As a teenager, and even before I had a car worth mentioning, I’ve done what all 16 year-olds do with their first car; broke the speed limit, spent all of my extra money on gas, played the role of ‘driver’ for friends who didn’t drive, and used my car as a “hotel” as such when that first girlfriend came along…
by Rick Seitz on February 28, 2012
Ever wondered what it would be like if inanimate objects could talk, like your car? It would make car buying a whole lot easier, vehicular vandalism much more difficult, and murder convictions a walk in a park. I also think it would drive me insane.
Car enthusiasts from all over the world can usually agree on most of what can be considered some of the hottest cars in the hobby, but fewer still can appreciate iron that is classified as something from outside their comfort zone.
Do you have a favorite Corvette? Is there an option that presses your button? Two stalwarts of the hobby published their own books that should tell you all you need to know about your favorite year (and then some). Those books are The Corvette Black Book and Mike Yager’s Corvette Bible.
by Paul Huizenga on January 3, 2012
Will the 2013 GT500 actually live up to the promise of 650 horsepower? Or will it turn out to be just a number pulled out of thin air to take the spotlight off of the Camaro ZL1 and buy some time while Ford comes up with an actual, production-spec powerplant for 2013?
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by Rick Seitz on December 26, 2011
What’s hotter, classic Chevy iron or the fuel injected, high tech wizardry of today? Occasionally you have those who are on the fence, arguing the case for each subject, but no matter what, there’s always going to be the debate on whom or what was better. What’s my personal opinion? Both!