500 Miles On A Tank Of Fuel? Our 1955 Bel Air project we have some big plans for. We've dubbed it "50 In A 55" because we plan on driving this car to all 50 states - yes driving to Alaska and having it shipped to Hawaii as the final leg of the journey. With that much driving it's going to use a lot of fuel. This car has an LS engine so it will get good MPG but we still plan on … [Read more...]
Going Floatless: Fuel Sending Unit
Installing TANKS INC Floatless Fuel Sending Unit In any classic cars fuel tank, you'll find a sending unit for the fuel gauge. They all work the same basic way, a float attached to a resistance mechanism that gives the gauge an OHM reading to provide you with a fuel reading. When upgrading to a modern fuel injection tank, the sending units are often universal. You have to … [Read more...]
Project Way-Gone: Fueling and Firing The Beast!
Hear The Horses Run With Holley Performance! After months of hard work, the time had come to make the push to get the LS engine in our 1966 Chevelle wagon fired up. When we bought this car, it was just the shell and that's it. Getting to hear it fire up for the first time would be a huge milestone for the car and a big motivation push for us. Luckily, Holley Performance had … [Read more...]