Interviews

Quick Lift - What It Is And How It Works With Crane Cams

Quick Lift – What It Is And How It Works With Crane Cams

We spoke with Allan Bechtloff of Crane Cams to get a quick history on their "Quick-Lift" Gold Race series rocker arms and how it was discovered.Read More

TCI's '63 Nova: Hugging Corners And Slaying Cones

TCI’s ’63 Nova: Hugging Corners And Slaying Cones

When you build a car that has sentimental value, its worth goes far beyond what you put into it. These kinds of cars hold a special place in your heart and can serve as a nostalgic reminder of what once was.Read More

We Follow Along As Larry Dixon Builds An LT4-Powered '66 Nova

We Follow Along As Larry Dixon Builds An LT4-Powered ’66 Nova

How many of us have put our cars in storage to pursue our careers? Larry Dixon did just that many years ago. Now, he has the opportunity to enjoy his classic Nova once again. Find out what's in store.Read More

TCI Engineering Pairs With Goodguys For 2016 Giveaway Car

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

QA1 Hollywood Hot Rod Series Shocks A Huge Success

QA1 Hollywood Hot Rod Series Shocks A Huge Success

After a very successful launch late in 2014, QA1's Hollywood Hot Rod Series Shocks have been hard to keep on the shelf forcing QA1 to increase production to meet an ever growing demand. Read More

Observing The History Of The JEGS Product Catalog

Observing The History Of The JEGS Product Catalog

Jeg Coughlin Sr. was a racer with a dream. A gear head with a knack for business, he started a company that grew into a giant as the years have pressed on. Click here as we look into the history of the JEGS catalog.Read More

Corvette Craft: The Story Behind GTS Customs

Corvette Craft: The Story Behind GTS Customs

Greg Thurmond, of GTS Customs in Simi Valley, California, is a strong believer in slow and steady work. His everyday business consists of fixing up old Corvettes, and they come out looking anything but normal.Read More

Chief Perpetrator, Jay Lamm, Talks 24 Hours of LeMons

Chief Perpetrator, Jay Lamm, Talks 24 Hours of LeMons

Turnology sits down with the infamous founder of the 24 Hours of Lemons racing series, Jay Lamm. We learn how his career as an automotive journalist lead to the creation of a nation-wide racing series for $500 cars.Read More

Clutches Explained: ACT, McLeod Racing, and SPEC Weigh In

Clutches Explained: ACT, McLeod Racing, and SPEC Weigh In

For the performance enthusiast, there are many options in the clutch market. In this article, we spend some time with three of the biggest clutch manufacturers to find out what makes them different.Read More

Testing The First Big-Block Chevy, An Interview With Bill Howell

Testing The First Big-Block Chevy, An Interview With Bill Howell

Peek inside as we take a step back in time, interviewing Bill Howell who worked on the very first big-block Chevy engines. See how Chevrolet tested and designed the motors, and what problems they had to overcome!Read More

Interview And Car Features: A Lifetime Of Passion For Dick Brandt

Interview And Car Features: A Lifetime Of Passion For Dick Brandt

Dick Brandt opened the doors to his personal collection of classic cars, auto memorabilia, and everything else from the past. We sat him down and learned about his incredible career in the auto industry. Read More

She Wears A Bowtie: Chevy Product Trainer and Enthusiast Irene Rubin

She Wears A Bowtie: Chevy Product Trainer and Enthusiast Irene Rubin

Irene Rubin has worked in the automotive industry for over 20 years, having worked her way up from sales positions to managerial spots, and now to a product trainer. Check out this influential Chevy woman inside.Read More

Interview: LG Motorsports' Lou Gigliotti Talks 40 Years Of Racing

Interview: LG Motorsports’ Lou Gigliotti Talks 40 Years Of Racing

Working from a small loan to move his family to a new state, Lou Gigliotti has parlayed his racing exploits into a business that services the Corvette aftermarket with race-bred parts. Wanna know how? Look inside!Read More

Interview: Smokey Yunick From The Person That Knew Him Best

Interview: Smokey Yunick From The Person That Knew Him Best

Smokey Yunick is widely considered the greatest mechanic of his era. A practical man, He was always honest, even when the truth hurt. We wanted to know what his daughter thought Smokey would say about things today. Read More

Interview: Mario Andretti Talks About His Ties With Chevrolet

Interview: Mario Andretti Talks About His Ties With Chevrolet

Mario Andretti was named by the Associated Press as "Driver of the Century" making him an iconic figure in motorsports. We caught up with the legend recently to discuss how Chevrolet engines impacted his career.Read More

Keeping Corvette History Alive - George Krass' Le Mans C5R

Keeping Corvette History Alive – George Krass’ Le Mans C5R

No other American car has quite the same racing history as the Corvette, and thanks to one collector's love of the sport, the legacy of this former Le Mans runner-up lives on...Read More

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