The aftermarket produces everything for Chevy musclecars and trucks; high performance engine components, exhaust systems, and a hefty supply of restoration parts. Now SSBC makes a wide array of brake kits for our favorite Chevrolet vehicles; everything from classic musclecars to late-model trucks.
Filling a need for high quality reproduction parts for dealers and restoration shops, OER provides their customers with restoration parts and accessories for General Motors and Mopar, including hard to find parts.
If you’re like most of the aftermarket industry, spooling along the fast lane at an uneasy high rpm for long distance drives can leave you wincing most of the trip, rather than enjoying it. Gear Vendors has cured that with their latest component, which allows manual 3-speeds to gain three extra gears!
Recent advances in synthetic base-stock oils have led to thinner race and street oils that still provide exceptional bearing-oil thickness. Joe Gibbs Driven offers a number of formulas, including those specific to the LS engine and different types of racing.
Back in the ’60s and even today, musclecars had it all. Class, timeless styling, power… apart from today’s standards of handling the only thing they really lacked was proper braking systems. What was thought to be “good” or “adequate” back then is barely considered safe by modern standards. SSBC has the answer.
When news spread that Tom Medley’s famed 1940 Coupe had been involved in a garage fire, some of the industries top brands joined forces to help rebuild an iconic hot rod and bring it back to life – even better than the original. Kicker comes to the rescue with upgraded tunes, check it out!
Dan Woods of Chop Cut Rebuild talks about his 9th successful season as host, Reggie Jackson’s 1969 Yenko Camaro and of course, the Open Air Bel Air, built exclusively with all-new Classic Indsutries reporduciton parts and components. We’ve got both videos right here!
At this year’s SEMA show, there was no shortage of anything automotive being unveiled at the show, and that includes tools and shop supplies. BrakeQuip was on hand to show off their latest offerings of tools for the shadetree mechanic. This included their patented tube and pipe benders.
Vintage Air is owned and operated by veteran street rodders who have been involved in the industry for over thirty years. Offering the most comprehensive line of high performance air conditioning components available, Vintage Air debuted even more complete systems at this year’s SEMA Show.
SEMA attracts whordes of car-hungry enthusiasts every year. Without a doubt, it only makes sense to have Barrett-Jackson outfitted with their own outpost. If you’re like us, you live and breath the world of everything automotive, including the buying and selling of rare and unique vehicles.
Classic Industries has been around for over 35 years and is known for their unique catalogs for vehicles as far back as 1947 for cars and trucks. They’ve introduced some new catalogs, as well as a wholesale buyers program for shops.
Since the late 1970′s, hot rodders have been swapping in steering racks and the independent front suspension units from Mustang II donor cars into their hot rods. But both time and technology have caught up with the design, and Retro Rack has just launched a modern version of it at this year’s SEMA show.
The Brad Penn line of Penn Grade 1 High Performance oils has two new viscosity blends: 5W-30 for classic engines and crate motors and SAE 60 for racing applications. Both have higher levels of zinc and phosphorus (ZDDP), which helps prevent wear on metal-to-metal contact, and both have the distinctive green color.
Any gearhead (pun intended), if you’re paying attention, would have realized one vital component is missing from an all-purpose muscle car: a bulletproof rearend to take all the punishment. And that’s exactly where Eaton’s Detroit TrueTrac reigns supreme. It’s the ultimate King. Now available for Ford 9-in
Original Parts Group manufactures those hard to find parts for your vintage GM collector and restoration cars. This year’s new reproduction parts feature GM’s vintage Cadillacs.