Flaming River takes you on a tour of its manufacturing facilities, led by vice president Bob Domin. See all the cool factors that make Flaming River the best when it comes to steering components!
George Barris, one most famous car customizers of all time, will be entered into the SEMA Hall of Fame alongside three other famous names in car history. Barris designed such amazing examples as the Batmobile, Asteroid Corvette, KITT from Knight Rider and General Lee of the Dukes of Hazzard TV show.
by Chris Demorro on May 23, 2013
Jim Harbaugh, coach of the Super Bowl-losing San Francisco 49ers, will be driving the 2014 Corvette Stingray Pace Car at this year’s Indianapolis 500 event, becoming one of the first “civilians” to drive this brand new American icon.
What started out in mid-’80s with bolt-on performance parts for 3rd-Gen F-bodies, eventually evolved into building full-tilt tuner cars, like the Firebird Firehawk. Over the years, SLP has evolved into a performance parts supplier for a whole host of late-model American performance vehicles.
by Rick Seitz on May 23, 2013
Looking for a modern touch for your carbureted-equipped project car? Then AIRAID is here to help with these carbon fiber carburetor hats. Constructed from real, lightweight carbon fiber, it’s a functional, show-quality piece of craftsmanship that will help your ride standout at the cruise-in spot or race events.
by Salvatore Alaimo on May 23, 2013
Saliva formed in Memphis in 1996, and by August of ’97 their debut album was released. The band garnered attention from record labels after competing in the National Academy of Recording Arts’ Grammy Showcase, and since then, their single, “Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘N Roll” has brought “bad” back to the Tri Five world!
by David Chick on May 23, 2013
This ’69 El Camino has a problem: it’s stuck in Stock-ville! The guys at Dakota Digital bring it up to date with the VHX system. Check out this comprehensive install video and see how you can improve your own Chevy!
by Lindsey Fisher on May 23, 2013
Sitting in a garage for the last 25 years, the Camaro is set to make its 2nd debut this year sometime in a rough rat-muscle car state, one that can be driven and enjoyed without too much work gone into it. In the future, however, we have a feeling that this first-gen beauty will see a full overhaul.
by Bobby Kimbrough on May 22, 2013
Edelbrock’s Rev’ved Up 4 Kids carshow and charity gala made it’s 8th annual presentation in as many years. This year’s gala charity dinner was a bit different as it was also the kickoff for Edelbrock’s 75-year Anniversary. Legends, racers, builders, media, and spectators gathered for a great cause – check it out!
Need some peace of mind to go with your cam swap? These spring kits were designed for the most aggressive LS camshafts available on the market.
by Chris Demorro on May 22, 2013
The new 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray was caught on the set of the next Captain America movie. And really, is there any other car that Captain America should be driving? The answer is always the Corvette.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on May 22, 2013
The official SAE horsepower and torque numbers have finally been released for the Gen-V 5.3L and the new 4.3L V6 that will power Silverado and Sierra – and they are anything but disappointing. Click the link for all the details, as well as more info on the new and more powerful Gen-V 6.2L!
by Lindsey Fisher on May 22, 2013
By now you’ve undeniably gotten a peak at the latest YouTube sensation- The Harlem Shake. A bit silly and overdone, you can still find fresh videos of the trend popping up on the web daily, but we’re rather partial to the ones that revolve around the automotive industry, like this one.
A 1965 Chevy Corvair is serving as the chariot of choice for two men driving from California to Michigan on a bid to raise money for charity. Two brother-in-laws are driving Route 66 in this Corvair, with the goal to raise over $13,000 for the Brain Injury Association of America.
by Bobby Kimbrough on May 21, 2013
Warning signs aren’t always as easy to read as we would like them to be. Understanding international signs can be even tougher. We found one that has so many different meanings that we wondered about the purpose of hanging this sign at all. Check it out here.
by Stuart Bourdon on May 21, 2013
Collectible car prices have been shooting through the roof over the last few years. And if you need any proof of that, witness the astronomical amount of money ($100K) that a 1959 Impala recently sold for. However, you can still find classic automotive stickers for reasonable prices.
by John Gibson on May 21, 2013
The massive tornado that ravaged the town of Moore, Oklahoma, also made it’s way through the tiny 1/4-mile speedway of I-44 Riverside Speedway. The track suffered the same fate as many homes did during this horrific storm.
by Rick Seitz on May 21, 2013
Many of us wish that we could just buy a C6.R – pop into the local Chevy dealership, place the order, and make payments on it. That would be the easy way of getting one, anyway. Or you can do what this guy did, and build your own – sort of. On eBay right now is this Corvette that’s dressed as C6.R
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by Bobby Kimbrough on May 21, 2013
Video and summary of Don Williams life-altering crash during the Sportsman 300 race at Daytona International Speedway on February 17, 1979. Williams fell into a coma where he lived for over 10-years in this state until finally passing on this date in 1989.
by David Chick on May 21, 2013
Ads here, ads there, ads everywhere; and now, when you answer the car’s electronic phone? GM CEO Dan Akerson mulls boosting revenue with ads on GM cars’ infotainment system. What do you think of this?