Project Way-Gone: Installing Wiring The Painless Way!

Wiring With Painless Performance Wiring up a car is never a fun task. Often tedious and never seen, it's not a fun job. If you have an issue it can be a real nightmare to track down as well. Most people can build an engine blind folded but struggle with wiring - us included. Wiring is something we can do but have to scratch our heads and think about what's going on. There's … [Read more...]

Back To The Future Of Gauges With Dakota Digital

One of the most popular interior modifications is upgrading your factory gauges. In many classic cars, they were lacking the proper instrumentation that most people want. A speedometer and fuel gauge were the most common found and gauges like a tachometer, water temp, volts or oil pressure were usually upgrades from the base model. Even if your car has these, they aren't as … [Read more...]

Project Way-Gone: LS Swap Radiator Install

LS Swap Radiator From Flex-A-Lite Overheating is never a fun time. As hot rodders build bigger and more powerful engines, overheating has always been a bit of an issue. Luckily, radiator design and technology has improved just like those engines. Now you can have well over 1,000 horsepower while sitting in the hot traffic and the air conditioning cranked. It's truly amazing to … [Read more...]

Driveshafts: Measure Twice, Order Once

Ordering A Driveshaft From Inland Empire Driveline Service On our Project Way-Gone wagon we have been focusing on making this a running and driving car. We've been working on exhaust and fuel systems, but one crucial piece to the puzzle is a driveshaft to get the power from the engine to the ground. With our past projects we called up and used Inland Empire Driveline … [Read more...]

Install: Hear Those Horses With Flowmaster

Installing A Complete Flowmaster Kit On A Chevelle As we progress down the road on our Project Way-Gone build, the time came for exhaust. We knew that we wanted to run Flowmaster to get that classic sound. There's nothing quite like cruising down the road with the windows down and punching it to hear those Flowmaster mufflers give off those sweet tunes! We know that … [Read more...]

Accessorizing Your LS Engine With Holley’s Accessory Drive

Installing Holley's High-Mount Accessory Drive One of the next goals on our 1966 Chevelle Wagon project is to get the car running and moving under its own power. The engine is a bone stock LM7 engine that we've outfitted with Hedman cast iron manifolds and SBC valve covers along with an Edelbrock carb style intake to allow us to run our Holley Sniper. A major component … [Read more...]

Project Way-Gone: Body, Baer Brakes, Rocket Racing Wheels & Toyo Tires

1966 Chevelle Wagon: Project Way-Gone Back when we left off our first installment of our 1966 Chevelle Wagon build, we had just set the foundation. Our boxed El Camino frame was powder coated at Eddie Motorsports then outfitted with Chris Alston Chassisworks suspension and plumbed with Inline Tube. Then we installed a CPP steering box and Pro Forged steering components. Lastly … [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...]

Introducing Project “Way-Gone”

Rendering By Vibrant Pixels Introducing Project "Way-Gone" A 1966 Chevelle wagon! A little different A-body purposely built to show off bolt-in performance parts and be able to hold four people while racing or everyday driving. This car will be used at events to help grow our sport and hold the groceries too! A true "pro-touring" machine! The Story Begins This car was … [Read more...]