Chevrolet Car Feature Videos

 

Tommy Parker's 1973 Camaro Z28 is a great example of how to build a clean car with smart parts to end up with a strong performer with razor-sharp looks.      Tommy used a GM Crate motor, Baer brakes, and some trick suspension goodies to start with, then added a new Twist Machine Pro Torque torque converter which creates a manual transmission feel with an auto.   Watch the video to see how.

This '61 Bel Air came into the shop looking for a few upgrades to dial-in the parts already installed, like a Hot Cammed Trailblazer SS LS2 V8, 4-speed Overdrive trans, 9" Rear, and Ride Tech suspension.    We fixed a few new-car gremlins and now this is a slick road-trip machine ready to hit the highways.    It's just a cool car we thought we'd share!

 

1966 ChevelleThis 1966 Chevelle came to our shop to have some maintenance and a few cosmetic fixes.    The distributor in the big block Chevy V8 had corroded, so we shipped it back to MSD Ignition for a freshen-up.    There was some weirdness in the steering column, so we had it waranteed by Ididit to like-new operation again.     We also made a new electric fuel pump mounting bracket and addressed some leaks and some new brakes. 

Outside, the '66 rolled in with a 4" cowl induciton hood that made it a little hard to see the road, so our crew installed a steel 2" version for more style and less "race" appearance.    The color is House Of Kolor TruBlue Kandy and it really looks sharp in the sun.

You can see the photo gallery on the car HERE.