A classic 1971 Chevelle SS pulls up to the line against a new Camaro ZL1. Who wins the battle of old versus new?
by Jake Amatisto on March 12, 2014
Ring Brother’s have now started offering some very slick-looking shifters for your Tremec transmission.
by Chris Demorro on March 12, 2014
Looking to own your own junkyard? The proprietors of Wayne Auto Parts in Dover, Ohio are planning to retire come June. The yard specialized in Corvettes from 1968 to 2003, and oddly enough Hummer H3 parts as well.
This weekend marked the beginning of the Ultimate Street Car Association’s 2014 season. Check out the full photo gallery of the action inside!
This is a cool little documentary on the sinkhole that occurred at the National Corvette Museum. Check it out and see why extracting these cars was such a special moment in automotive history!
by Josh Courter on March 11, 2014
Here at Street Legal TV we have a dark sense of humor and we thought it would be fun to share this crazy musclecar fail montage. The wild montage contains footage of musclecars spinning out, wrecking and failing.
This Tuesday we take a look at a huge improvements in wrenching, the air ratchet. Find out why you need one and what to look for inside.
by Bobby Kimbrough on March 11, 2014
Seeking to stand out from a high profile muscle car crowd, Dustin Hamm decided to install a Duramax Diesel in his 1st generation Camaro. He supported the torquey engine with Chris Alston Chassisworks modifications.
by Lindsey Fisher on March 11, 2014
Over the weekend, dozens of amazing, never-before-seen hot rods descended on the COBO Center in Detroit, Michigan for the one and only Detroit Autorama; check out which rides bagged the coveted title of Great 8!
by Tim King on March 11, 2014
Classic Industries has a video talking about the famous Dick Harrell Camaro that they picked up last year at Barrett Jackson. Hear this beast run!
by Josh Kirsh on March 11, 2014
Lethal Performance out of San Antonio, Texas fabricated a crazy single turbo kit for this LS3-powered C5 Z06 – check it out and watch the dyno video. The numbers this car puts down are nuts!
Concept One Pulley System’s Redd brothers dug back in the family’s lineage to find their next project car. This El Camino will be the new test platform for Concept One.
by Paul Huizenga on March 10, 2014
This car bears the hallmarks of the early test fleet, including round LED taillights. Is it still actively in test service, or is this its last ride back home to an unknown and anonymous fate?
by Jason Reiss on March 10, 2014
Check out this sweet time-lapse video form Billet Specialties – they show off the manufacturing process of their one-piece billet Street Lite 17-inch frontrunner.
As of March 1st, buyers of the 2014 Corvette will have to fork over at least an extra $2,000. That’s the price of popularity, we suppose.
by Lindsey Fisher on March 10, 2014
This week on The Build, Claims Specialist Rick Drewry shows us how to patch the damaged place on the quarter panel while making it smooth sailing for any final body work.
by Jesse Kleiber on March 9, 2014
We saw Farm Truck twisting the frame and spanking the competition last year, and this year we have another C10 truck that makes a habit of boiling the hides. Check it out inside for low 11 second passes.
by Dave Cruikshank on March 8, 2014
With its 15 minutes of fame in a blockbuster Hollywood movie, you would have thought this 1970 Chevy pickup driven by Arnold Schwarzenegger would have brought top dollar. What would you have paid for it?
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Opinions will differ, but these photos reveal the latest shade GM is offering to new Camaro owners. Some of you might like it. Most of you probably hate it. But there it is, in all its Deep Magenta glory.
One Redditor’s customer brings him a Z06 with a busted engine from a dropped valve during a “gentle cruise.” Some say BS, but he’s not the first to have their Corvette’s LS7 engine die at the hands of broken valve.