Cleaning Up LS Valve Cover Coils

Holley LS Valve Covers There's no doubts about the power and performance you can get from an LS engine. These engines have been swapped into just about every make and model of vehicle ever made. You can take a junkyard engine, throw a turbo on it and make 600HP all day long. Or build them to the moon and make over 1,000HP. They are amazing motors that have spawned entire car … [Read more...]

Good Guys Columbus 2018!

Good Guys Columbus 2018 We've heard that the Good Guys Columbus show is the big daddy of Good Guys events. With somewhere between 5,000 and 6,000 cars, we can see why. This was our first time attending this event, and we can hardly wait till next year. If you've ever been to the SEMA show, this show is almost like a mini-SEMA. We spent hours walking around, talking with … [Read more...]

Why Driving Classic Cars Rules!

This past weekend, I drove one of my projects the farthest I had ever driven it. Now it was only about 300 miles each way, but still something I had never done in the car before. As I was cruising across the hot California desert with nothing in sight, my mind started wandering. As I'm passing cars, or they are passing me, I'm getting thumbs up and excited smiles. At the … [Read more...]

Project Way-Gone: Setting The Foundation

Project Way-Gone Begins! Last year we introduced Project Way-Gone, a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon. We've always had a love for the Wagons - you can fit four people plus all their stuff and still cruise! When we saw this one, we knew it would make a great Pro Touring ride. The wagons are a little different than the norm and we've always had a bit of a infatuation with … [Read more...]

The General Lee Goes Postal With QA1 Upgrade!

Upgrading Charger Suspension With QA1 In the 1960's muscle cars were all about going fast in a straight line. These cars had massive engines and ran like a bat out of a hell in a straight line but taking a turn at speed resulted in tires screaming for their life. Even though in the Dukes of Hazzard series the '69 Charger was portrayed as a stout do-it-all car, the … [Read more...]

Holley LS Fest West 2018…WOAH!

Holley LS Fest West 2018 A lot of hangovers can happen while in Vegas. Being the town that never sleeps and with an seemingly endless flow of adult beverages, it's not hard to be wiped at the end of the weekend. For us, we have a car show hangover from being at the Holley LS Fest West 2018! An endless weekend jam-packed with LS engines, we need a week to recover from all the … [Read more...]

Truck Feature: Jason Oberhelman’s 1972 C-10 “Dime Piece”

Having a classic vehicle is a bit like having a drug addiction. It never goes away and can get away from you. Jason Oberhelman's truck here is the perfect example. "I wanted to buy something finished and done. I've restored a dozen vehicles and this time just bought a really nice truck that was finished," explained Jason. However we all know that little itch started and only … [Read more...]

Check Out The Action From Good Guys Del Mar 2018!

Good Guys Del Mar 2018 What a beautiful show the Good Guys Del Mar 2018 was! At it's core, this show is right on the beach and with Woody wagon's cruising around you feel like you've stepped back in time to the 1960's. You can hear the sounds of The Beach Boys playing on your mono-speaker stereo as you take a break from riding the waves. That illusion is quickly … [Read more...]

The Two Hour Baer Brake Upgrade

The Two Hour Baer Brake Upgrade Ever heard the saying "too good to be true?" That saying is correct almost all the time. When we talked to Baer brakes, they were telling us about their new Eradi-Speed rotors. A simple rotor swap that will increase the braking performance and add aggressive looks. We figured that was just some salesman talking them up, but we were … [Read more...]

Car Feature: Trans-Am Inspired 1970 Nova

1970 Trans-Am Nova The Nova platform is a tried and true winner. Whether you want a cruiser, drag strip bruiser, or auto cross King, the Nova can be formatted into just about any configuration. Inspired by the Trans-Am series, Jon Henson knew just how he wanted to build his Nova. Part street car, part autocross car, part do-it-all. With his vision set, he went to action on … [Read more...]