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12 Of The Coolest Chevrolet Feature Cars For 2016

12 Of The Coolest Chevrolet Feature Cars For 2016

We picked 12 of the coolest features that we brought you in 2016. Now we want you to choose the ride you feel should be the Chevy Hardcore 2016 Feature Car of the Year. Tell us which ride should be King.Read More

This '70 Chevelle Is The Perfect Mix Of Classic And Modern

This ’70 Chevelle Is The Perfect Mix Of Classic And Modern

This Chevelle has perfected the mixture of classic styling and modern comforts with A Pro Touring suspension, Vintage Air A/C, and upsized Super Sport wheels. We challenge you to find a car that does it better.Read More

Larry Dixon Conquers Drag Week - The Trip Of A Lifetime

Larry Dixon Conquers Drag Week – The Trip Of A Lifetime

In the span of a few months, Larry Dixon ressurected his '67 Nova, rebuilt it, installed an LT4 engine, and conquered Drag Week. Find out how he did it and relive the action as he recalls how it all went down.Read More

Home-Built Hero: Chuck Grant's European-Inspired '55 Chevy

Home-Built Hero: Chuck Grant’s European-Inspired ’55 Chevy

Some guys' taste in automobiles will sometimes change over a period of time. One thing is certain though, they always come back. Chuck Grant is a perfect example of that, and revisited his past with a vengence.Read More

Is It Possible to Make A '69 Camaro Perfect? This Could Be

Is It Possible to Make A ’69 Camaro Perfect? This Could Be

This could be a close-to-perfect 1969 Camaro. GM built them to look tough, and the Roadster Shop used Kip Murphy's vision to make it even tougher. Imagine rolling up next to this thing at a stoplight? Read More

Home-Built Hero: Dave Barth's '66 Nova

Home-Built Hero: Dave Barth’s ’66 Nova

The '66 Nova is a staple in the world of hot rodding - just look to this example as solid proof. Hailing from the great state of North Dakota, Dave Barth's Nova is a true show-winning Home-Built Hero.Read More

1972 Nova: Choosing The Right Car Is Sometimes A Surprising Choice

1972 Nova: Choosing The Right Car Is Sometimes A Surprising Choice

Reliving history is possibly the main reason we all enjoy musclecars. Driving around in an older car allows us all to feel just a little younger, and Chris Suplick's Nova surely delivers that feeling. Read More

Best Of The Breed: Brent Schubring's Insane Fourth-Gen Camaro

Best Of The Breed: Brent Schubring’s Insane Fourth-Gen Camaro

A 460 cubic inch LS and a Kinsler ITB intake manifold made Brent Schubring's fourth-gen Camaro famous, but it's his attention to detail that caught our eye. See why it attracts so much attention for yourself.Read More

Mark Hassett's '69 ZL1 Camaro Is The Rarest Of The Rare

Mark Hassett’s ’69 ZL1 Camaro Is The Rarest Of The Rare

When Fred Gibb placed his order for 50 ZL1-equipped 1969 Camaros, little did he know the legend he was creating. What's more, had he known at the time it would cost so much, they might never have materialized.Read More

Keeping It Simple: In A World Of Change, This Impala Stays The Same

Keeping It Simple: In A World Of Change, This Impala Stays The Same

This Impala has withstood the test of time, and remains one of the best examples of an unrestored survivor that we've seen in a while. Joe has owned it since 1968, and plans to continue that streak.Read More

Home-Built Hero: Kim Eriksson's '71 Chevelle

Home-Built Hero: Kim Eriksson’s ’71 Chevelle

It's not often that we see American muscle that has traveled across the pond, but Kim Eriksson's Chevelle is proof that the hobby is alive and well - even in Sweden. Check out this big-block-powered asphalt buckler.Read More

SEMA 2016: Ironworks' Custom '57 Chevy Is A Pure Badass Tri-Five

SEMA 2016: Ironworks’ Custom ’57 Chevy Is A Pure Badass Tri-Five

Forget cookie cutter cars, this Tri-Five takes the '57 Chevy and gives it a whole new attitude without taking away from the classic lines and look of the legend.Read More

Reader's Hardcore Project: A Z28 Named Teacher's Pet

Reader’s Hardcore Project: A Z28 Named Teacher’s Pet

High School kids turn wrenches with the help of West Bend Dyno and other industry pros to build a 1978 Z28 Camaro and learn more about musclecars. From engine building to suspension tuning, they cover it all. Read More

SEMA 2016: Finish Line Speed Shop And Covercraft Help Strike Out ALS

SEMA 2016: Finish Line Speed Shop And Covercraft Help Strike Out ALS

Mark Cain was a local legend, and lost his battle to ALS just days after a car he helped build debuted at SEMA 2015. Finish Line Speed Shop and Covercraft sponsor a build in his honor.Read More

This '70 Chevelle Was Born Before Build Sheets and Production Orders

This ’70 Chevelle Was Born Before Build Sheets and Production Orders

When one is talking about rare cars, the 1970 Chevelle model might not be overly high on the list. But if you take into account that this example was built before any production models, rare is an understatement.Read More

World War Z: A One Of A Kind LSA-Powered Z28 Camaro

World War Z: A One Of A Kind LSA-Powered Z28 Camaro

Low, wide, and fast is the best way to describe this one-of-a-kind LSA-powered Camaro. Like it or not, this car turns heads and burns rubber. Find out more about this controversial cruiser.Read More

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