While snow will melt, dirt will wash off and rain will bead away, hail damage is forever, or at least a costly repair. That’s what makes the Hail Protector Automobile Hail Protection System so great. Check it out inside!
Three quarters of a century ago, Chevrolet thought the car buying public should know about all the effort and science that went into constructing their cars. This educational film from 1938 takes viewers through the steel manufacturing and testing process, and explains how different steels are used to build a car.
With their new AutoCrossYear-End Finals Championship, Goodguys Rod and Custom Association once again offers exciting ways for their fans to participate and enjoy their events nationwide. If you’ve ever thought about getting out on a track and testing your skills – now’s your chance!
Our friends over at Concept One have just released a new serpentine belt system for the GM Gen-II and Gen-IV LS engines, and all of it’s variants with a Magnuson or Edelbrock blowers strapped to the top. It gives the front of the engine a clean look, without sacrificing things like your AC or power steering.
You figured out that it’s time to build the ultimate engine for your hot rod. Sou look around at other rides, and sure a 392 hemi would be great, nailheads are cool too, but if you’re serious, no I mean REALLY serious you might just go with a flathead. We caught up with Mike Herman at H&H to talk flatties.
Flaming River has made a name for themselves by designing and developing parts for hot rod and musclecar builders from all over the world. Recently, they have released a new dual adjustable shock and coil-over packages, and they sent us a very brief, but to the point, press release. We’ve shared it with you here!
We recently stumbled across a great story of a man and his first hot rod. Jim Wright, a man from Indiana built a C-Cab T-Bucket way back in the early 1970s. This was his very first hot rod and he built it from scratch in his garage with help from his Dad. Check it out here!
Goodguys Rod And Custom Association has been organizing the nation’s best motoring enthusiasts venues since their founding in 1983. In celebration of their 30th anniversary, Goodguys will be hosting 19 events nationwide to commemorate some of the custom car craft’s finest, bringing with them their own big rig!
In a world full of distinct personalities, it’s no surprise that every hot rod and classic out there seems to have at least a little bit of a unique touch. However, one doesn’t come across a rod like the one owned by Dennis Bradford very often. That’s why we couldn’t resist finding out more about it!
Don and Debbie Wallin of Cary, Illinois were able to bring back their ’49 Mercury from its ashes, after it was burnt and completely charred on its way to a Tennessee car show in 2007. It took the help of Dick Scully from Scully Customs to resurrect the coupe, but with his custom car genius it was well worth it!
We recently stumbled upon this 1952 Willys Aero that is powered by the infamous Rocket 88 motor, and man – what a combo! Check out what Bob Stanton did to turn this once forgotten Willys into the perfect ’50s traditional cruiser.
Jim Campbell is no stranger to the performance world. As the U.S. Vice President of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports, he could, quite possibly have the coolest job at GM. TheBLOCK.com did the dirty work and interviewed Campbell about the 2013 Chevrolet race season. Check out his thoughts, right here!
If you’re looking to upgrade the alternator in your project vehicle, then our friends at Ron Francis have the solution that you’re looking for! They just tipped us off to their new wiring kits designed for use with most popular GM and Ford alternators. Learn more in the Official Release.
Power Automedia is expanding our team of automotive experts and could be looking for you! Currently our editorial department is interviewing for LSX TV And Chevy Hardcore magazine editor positions and we’re looking for a few qualified Magazine Editors to fill openings at our expanding digital media company.
The Petersen Musuem of Los Angeles is the West Coast’s “mothership” for everything pertaining to the the world’s automotive heritage. Their new exhibit opening this weekend, “Fins: Form Without Function” explores the significance of the tail fin design to the American and international car scene during the ’50s!