Project Way-Gone: Staying Cool With Vintage Air

Installing Vintage Air Into A 1966 Chevelle Wagon About 20 years ago I was working at a Chevelle restoration parts warehouse, the now defunct "True-Connections." Up until that point, I had always said "I don't need A/C, just roll down the windows and go faster!" Then one ultra hot summer day I watched as a customer pulled into the parking lot in his butternut yellow '67 … [Read more...]

Introducing Project “Way-Gone” and “Cami-Kazi”

After standing behind the lens, it's time to step up and start competing. In order to do that though, we need a cool ride, right? After deliberating all the different options out there, we wanted to do something a little bit different than the norm. We chose two A-Bodies, but not necessarily on purpose. Project Cami-Kazi The first is Project "Cami-Kazi," a 1971 El Camino. … [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...]