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Building My Dream Chevelle – Nic Aguon

With so many different opinions about what makes the ideal car, let me take you on a voyage of my dream build. I envision a custom restomod that is simple, and possesses both form and function. Read More

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Project Lucky 13 Camaro Gets Vogtland Coilovers

Project Lucky 13 gets some adjustable twin-tube coilovers thanks to the German specialists at Vogtland. We take you through the features and install. Read More

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TCI Engineering Pairs With Goodguys For 2016 Giveaway Car

The Goodguys Rod & Custom Association has been building giveaway cars since 1987. TCI Engineering has played a major role in getting some of the latest cars rolling! Check out the latest build inside! Read More

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1938 Chevrolet Coupe Master Deluxe Weathers The Test Of Time

Buying the old Chevy beater in 1970, little did Stephen know that 40 years later he would be retired and still race the same 1938 Chevrolet Coupe, with the same motor, paint, and transmission. Read More

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Why Choose Bed Wood When Replacing Your Truck Bed?

We tracked down the folks at Bed Wood and Parts to find out why so many restored trucks are using its products. Owner Jeff Major clued us in on the details. Read More

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Upping The Cool Factor With A Hot Vega

When the Chevrolet Vega was new, some thought it a disappointment. That is, unless you were Emo Caraballo. His passion for the subcompact started early, and eventually led him to build this 1/4-mile terror. Read More

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John Cipolla’s Spectacular 1,600 HP ’67 Camaro Street Car!

New Yorker John Cipolla's recently-completed '67 Camaro is undoubtedly one of the nicest in the country, and with over 1,600 horsepower on tap, one of the quickest, too. And did we mention it's street legal? Read More

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Savage Chevy: Tony Basso’s Blown Outlaw 10.5 Nova

Tony Basso's classic 1967 Nova is brutally quick and makes a ton of noise, and that's exactly how he likes it. It's all he wants out of a race car and more. Read More

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Owsley’s Custom 2013 Camaro SS Convertible ’69 Pace Car Tribute

We've known David Owsley for more than 20 years and in those days he had a very clean 1980 El Camino with a TPI 355 small-block. Now he has a 2013 Camaro SS convertible that's an Indy Pace car tribute. Read More

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Looking Back At Jim Hall’s Chaparral Racing Camaro

In 1970, the burgeoning Trans-Am series of racing was a way for manufacturers to test their cars in competition. Chevrolet had three cars they used, but only one survived. Check out Jim Hall's Racing Camaro. Read More

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Babe Of The Month: Sitting Down With The Lively, Bubbly Dani Medin

Taking time out of her busy schedule, we were able to chat with the stunning and witty Dani Medin. Click here to learn more about Dani, which stretches from her lifestyle to what makes her day. Read More

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Danny Prestwood’s No Regrets 1955 Chevrolet Convertible

We have seen a lot of modified Chevrolets over the years, but this one takes the cake. The level of detail and care that went into the rebuild of this classic beauty will shock even the most experience gearhead. Read More

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Five Obscure Chevy Classics For Your Next Project Car

If there is one complaint that we hear, it's that there are no more classic Chevys to hot rod. While finding the traditional project car is getting harder, perhaps we need to redefine what makes a collectible car. Read More

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Dale Buchanan’s Classic, Show-Stopping ’71 Chevelle

It seems that Chevrolet's Chevelle is one of the more popular cars to build when it comes to a restomod. But, just when you thought you've seen everything, along comes this '71 Chevelle that redefines the term. Read More

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The Wick Family’s Chevy C10 Street Truck

Cars are so much a part of our lives that they actually become a part of our family. That couldn't be more true than in the case of Craig and Kyle Wick, and their Patriarch's big-block-powered 1975 Chevy C10 pickup. Read More

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Trial And Error: Robert Taylor’s 1,993 HP Fifth-Gen Camaro

The journey to break world records has not been easy for Robert Taylor and his 1,993 horsepower fifth-gen Camaro. But with a little help from some of the industry leaders in engine building, anything is possible. Read More

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