It’s also no surprise that a cold air intake system is one of the first products available for the 2016 Camaro. After all, it is one of the first things that customers consider changing when looking for more power.
Though 475 horsepower doesn’t seem like much in this age of 600-1,000-horsepower Camaro/Corvette rocket ships, 475 horsepower is plenty for street use and the daily commute.
We are updating this 1969 Ford F-100 and in this first part we’re replacing the tired interior from top to bottom beginning with the doors, with help from LMC.
We’re installing tubular control arms, disc brakes and sway bars in this 1957 Chevrolet to upgrade the front suspension.
At Circle Track we are all about helping racers find success on the race track.
While the option to repair or restore a console is still a viable way to go when possible, a brand-new, high-quality reproduction is made by ACP (All Classic Parts) and is available from its dealers.
We’re installing a triple pass U.S. Radiator and dual electric fans in a 1956 Chevrolet Pickup to keep the 383ci stroker engine cool.
After decades of being parked in the dark recesses of our shop, we finally decided to drag our 1963 Corvette into the light of day.
Ford’s original Boss 302 engine was only produced for two years (1969 and 1970), but it was so cool it’s understandable why the little V-8 has gained such an elevated position in Ford mythology.