Aeromotive Releases Fuel Tank and Drop In Fuel Pump for 1988-98 OBS General Motors Trucks

AEROMOTIVE RELEASES FUEL TANK AND DIRECT DROP-IN FUEL PUMP MODULE FOR 1988-98 GENERAL MOTORS TRUCKS LENEXA, Kan. (July 28, 2020) — Aeromotive, the leading manufacturer of aftermarket fuel systems and accessories, has developed direct drop-in fuel pump modules and Gen II Stealth fuel tanks for General Motors C/K trucks from model years 1988-98. The direct drop-in fuel pump … [Read more...]

EFI Ready Frame Mount Gas Tank for 1963-72 Chevy Trucks

EFI Ready Frame Mount Gas Tank for 1963-72 Chevy Trucks Tanks Inc is proud to announce the release of a frame mounted relocation gas tank for the 1963-72 GM trucks.  This EFI ready tank makes it easy to move the tank out of the cab of your truck to under the bed.  Available in three different neck configurations to fill through the bed or to a custom side fill.  This … [Read more...]

Stock To Style: Installing Clayton Machine Works Handles

Clayton Machine Works Window Cranks and Door Handles After our 1966 Chevelle Wagon project was up and running, we decided to take a little break from it and work on some other projects. One of my being our 1966 Chevelle coupe. If you remember a few years ago we built a brand new LS3 stroker for it, swapped in a bunch of other parts and took the car on Power Tour. One thing we … [Read more...]

Project Way-Gone: Rebuilding The Chevelle Doors

1966 Chevelle Wagon Door Rebuilding With our 1966 Chevelle Wagon project up and running, we wanted to turn our attention to the interior. We knew that we wanted a set of cool TMI Products door panels and seats, but before we could go installing seats we have a bunch of work to do. One of those tasks was to rebuild the doors. They didn't latch, out of alignment and … [Read more...]

Schwartz Performance June 2020 Shop Updates!

Schwartz Performance Shop Update June 2020 Shop Updates Schwartz Performance has been hard at work! While the shop update videos have taken a little break, the shop has not. They have been cranking away these last few months on a slew of projects from Ray's '49 Woody, Kimber's '67 Chevelle and a few others. We … [Read more...]

Project Collateral Damage: The Ultimate Touring ’70 Chevelle

Collateral Damage Introducing our newest project build, a 1970 Chevelle! This Chevelle is being built by our site owner, forum moderator, and all around car guy Jody Bernard. "I've built plenty of Pro Touring cars and one I miss a lot was my '64 Chevelle. I wanted another Chevelle when I came across this '70, I couldn't pass it up," explained Jody. "Back when I was a kid I had … [Read more...]

Framing Up Your Project: Full Chassis Talk

Talking Full Chassis Swaps with Chris Alston Chassisworks and Schwartz Performance By far one of the biggest performance improvements people make to their car is suspension. Especially if they are working on a classic car, the suspension from 50 years ago is archaic and doesn't meet any sort of modern day performance. Even back then the geometry was bad and it was more about … [Read more...]

Dakota Digital Debuts 1962-1976 Nova RTX Line

DAKOTA DIGITAL RELEASES THE RETROTECH SERIES OF INSTRUMENTATION: DEBUTING THE 1962-1976 CHEVY NOVA APPLICATIONS Dakota Digital is proud to unveil the Retrotech series of instrumentation fitting the 1962-65, 1966-67 and 1969-76 Chevy Novas. The RTX series is the latest from Dakota Digital, focused on retaining that stock look without sacrificing the late-model features … [Read more...]

Lokar’s LS Classic: Making LS Engines Look Cool!

The Best Of Both Worlds: Big Block Chevy Looks With LS Power One of the coolest things about LS engines besides the great power and reliability is the massive amount of parts companies make for them such as Lokar Performance. No matter how you want your LS to look you can accomplish that from traditional to ultra-modern. On our Project Way-Gone 1966 Chevelle Wagon we've … [Read more...]

Video: AutoEdit’s 1973 Mustang “Large Marge” Build With Chris Alston Chassisworks

"Large Marge" 1973 Mustang Build With lots of time at home recently we've been watching a lot of YouTube. One channel we stumbled upon was that of Jason Lewis of AutoEdits and his 1973 Mustang. At first glance, a '73 Mustang isn't a popular choice. If people are restoring a '73 Mustang, it's usually the popular Mach 1 versions, not a base Mustang. But the more we watched … [Read more...]