Factory Tour: Eddie Motorsports

Eddie Motorsports - Made in Rancho Cucamonga, CA Known for their billet aluminum hood hinges, accessory drives, and other parts - Eddie Motorsports makes quite a few different products. Located in Rancho Cucamonga, CA we stopped by to really see if they make everything in-house. We caught up with Larry Ashley, Operations Manager. He told us that "Eddie Motorsports has a … [Read more...]

Rusty Wallace’s ’66 Nova

NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace is still a gearhead through and through. This is his '66 Nova which is heading to Barrett Jackson soon. Rusty is somebody that knows how to drive, and this car was built to handle! The car was originally purchased at an auction and had been flipped after some damage. Rusty brought the Chevy II to Ambition Road to fix it right. Under the … [Read more...]

POL’s Inland Empire Cruise

POL's Cruising Through Covid If you're like any car guy, it's been over a year since there's been any regular car shows. A few different groups of folks out in Southern California started hosting car cruises which are a safe way for gearheads to get out and enjoy their cars. After all, isn't that what Pro Touring is all about - driving your car? We noticed our friends at Baer … [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...]

Eddie Motorsports Releases OBS Truck Hood Hinges!

Eddie Motorsports presents our New Billet Aluminum Hood Hinges for 88-98 Chevy C/K Trucks. These hinges will also fit 92-99 Blazer/Jimmy, Suburban, and Tahoe/Yukon models. We have sets IN STOCK and ready to ship. All of our hood hinges are precision CNC-machined in the USA from high quality 6061-T6 Aluminum. All Eddie Motorsports hinges utilize sealed roller bearings … [Read more...]

Project Way-Gone: Installing The Chevelle Dash

Project Way-Gone: Installing The Chevelle Dash With our goal of getting this Project Way-Gone '66 Chevelle Wagon running and driving, we had a lot of tasks at hand to make that all happen. We recently got it running and that really stoked the fire to get this car in driving condition. Most of the hard work had been done to make that happen since the entire driveline was … [Read more...]

Billet Braces: Installing Eddie Motorsports Hood Braces

Installing Eddie Motorsports Hood Braces While we were installing the new Holley LS valve covers on our 1955 Bel Air, we noticed the big ugly bracket supporting the hood. This bracket is what stabilizes the hood and holds the hood latch. This bracket does a good job, but is less than stellar looking. We looked for options and saw that our friends at Eddie Motorsports had just … [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...]

Installing and Reviewing Eddie Motorsports’ Hood Hinges

Installing Eddie Motorsports Billet Hood Hinges When you open the hood of your ride, you want to show off your hard work. That task shouldn't be a struggle to do - which can be quite embarrassing. Worse yet is when you need to turn a wrench under the hood and it's fighting you or not even staying up. The factory stamped steel hood hinges found on classics leave a lot to be … [Read more...]

Bored and Stroked: 600HP LS3 – Part Three

Bored and Stroked: The Quest For A 600HP LS3 Back in Part One of our quest to build a 600HP LS3, we laid out all the parts that we would be using to accomplish our goal. Then in Part Two we started to build the motor. By the end of the second installment we had a complete short block ready to be finished and installed. In Part Three is where we will take the short block and … [Read more...]