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Video: Tuning Your Holley Performance Carburetor

Getting your carbs perfectly tuned is no easy task, but Holley's carbs make it easier than ever. Check out this video for a step-by-step tutorial on how to get your carbs dialed in. Read More


Model Differentiation: 1968 through 1972 Nova Spotting Guide

When looking at the third-generation Nova, it's hard to pick one from the other. Check out this spotter's guide to quickly identify which is which. The tools we show you here will help at any show or sale. Read More


Homebuilt Hero: Alexandre Kielwasser’s All-Wheel-Drive ’71 Chevelle

Check out this Homebuilt Hero, a '71 Chevelle that has been converted to all-wheel drive. With more than 1,200 horsepower on tap, is it so hard to believe that it can smoke all four tires at will? Read More


Can The Sixth Generation Camaro Come Any Sooner?

Since production of the sixth generation Camaro began in late October of this year, dealerships across the nation have eagerly awaited the arrival of the new Camaro orders - but how much longer must they wait? Read More


Hellwig Introduces C10 Front Sway Bar

New from Hellwig – a front sway bar for the classic 1963-87 Chevrolet C10. It's made from 1.25-inch solid, heat treated, chromoly steel and includes all necessary bracketry for installation. Check it out! Read More


The Real Deal: Clarke Lamont’s 1969 Yenko Camaro

Wandering about Westworld in Scottsdale, Arizona, we came across one classic we couldn't stop looking at. You need to check out this rare, first-generation Camaro that benefits from a few modern upgrades. Read More


A Camaro Parts Hauler: The Chevrolet Caribe

The El Camino has been around since 1959, but did you know that there was a design-study car that tested that model as part of the Camaro line up? If you have never seen a Camaro with a pickup bed, look here. Read More


5 Questions With Terry Karges, Executive Director Of Petersen Museum

The Petersen Automotive Museum is set to reopen to the public on December 7, 2015. We caught up with Executive Director Terry Karges and asked about the redesign of the museum. Read more here. Read More


Nova Engine Options: 1973

The musclecar was had ended by 1973, and anything with a performance heritage was a former shell of itself. For the Nova, the once economy car turned musclecar had returned to being simple, economic transportation. Read More


Three Unusual And Obscure First-Gen Camaro Options

Unusual options have always been available on cars, and the Chevrolet Camaro is no exception. Check out these three unusually-overlooked options that were available on the first-gen Camaro. You might be surprised. Read More


BluePrint Engines Launches 400ci Engine Line With Cast Iron Block

New from BluePrint Engines – 400ci V8 engines with new cast iron blocks. These motors take up where GM left off in 1980 by using precision CNC-machined iron blocks as a foundation. Check 'em out! Read More


Final Fifth-Gen Camaro Rolls Off Assembly Line As A ZL1

All good things must come to an end, as does production of the fifth-generation Camaro, with the final 2015 model rolling off the assembly line. This ZL1 will have a special home and a unique place in history. Read More


Two-Lane Blacktop’s Missing ’55 Chevy

Have you ever wonder what happened to famous movie cars? If you remember the movie Two-Lane Blacktop, then you know there were three '55 Chevys. Two were accounted for, but what happened to the third car? Find out. Read More


Student Teams Submit Plans For 2016 Camaro Hybrid

16 teams of college students have submitted plans for taking a 2016 Camaro and turning it into a fuel-sipping machine. Could you get behind a hybrid Camaro if it meant better performance and fuel economy? Read More


Jegs Launches Street/Strip LS Swap Oil Pans For GM Musclecars

A reinforced oil pan for your LS-swapped GM musclecar has just arrived from Jegs. From Camaros to Novas to Chevelles and more, this product is your car's ticket to improved lifespan. Check it out! Read More


The Correct Ways to Lower Your Coil Spring Front End

There's a right way and a wrong way to lower a car if it has a coil spring front end. The wrong way can seriously damage your car or you, so here is a brief guide to proper lowering techniques. Read More

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