editor's pick
John Gilbert Dec 22, 2014
Chevy History: Origin of the Bow Tie
Since its debut in 1913, the Chevrolet Bow Tie has become one of the world’s most recognized trademarks, but does history have the origins of the iconic symbol recollected accurately? » Read More

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additional tech
Chevy Performance Tech Q&A - February 2015
Kevin McClelland Dec 22, 2014
Chevy Performance Tech Q&A - February 2015
This month I’m here to report that two projects that we’ve been working on for some time have come to a successful completion! » Read More
features
1968 Chevrolet Corvette - Jim Paine’s Excellent Corvette Adventure, Part 1
Jerry Heasley Dec 19, 2014
1968 Chevrolet Corvette - Jim Paine’s Excellent Corvette Adventure, Part 1
“I was leaving the Chevrolet store and asked the salesman if there were any other Corvettes, and he said, ‘Yeah, I know of a ’56 Corvette with 16,000 ... » Read More
additional tech
Quick Questions and Answers - Technically Speaking
James Berry Dec 18, 2014
Quick Questions and Answers - Technically Speaking
The great news is that we’re getting lots of letters from our readers. The not-so-great news is that the questions are piling up on my desk. » Read More
transmission
How To Use Tremec's Driveline Angle Finder App - Get Your Angle On
Jeff Smith Dec 18, 2014
How To Use Tremec's Driveline Angle Finder App - Get Your Angle On
Want to get the proper driveline angle? There's an app for that. Find out how to use the Tremec smartphone app to determine your actual U-joint operating ... » Read More
features
1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray - Monster-Motored Mystery
Scott Ross Dec 17, 2014
1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray - Monster-Motored Mystery
How about another C3 powered by the highest-output RPO version of the engine Hot Rod magazine once called “Chevrolet’s Mystery V8”? » Read More
The Duntov Letter
The Manifesto That Brought Chevrolet Into the Hot Rod Market 61-Years Ago Today » Read More
David Kennedy Dec 16, 2014
features
The Duntov Letter
Now What? - Thunder Road
I did something recently that I never thought I’d do: I sold my ’72 Corvette and ’72 Nova SS509. The reasons for this are varied, and ... » Read More
Jim Campisano Dec 16, 2014
news
Now What? - Thunder Road
348-409 National Convention, Part 2: More W-Motor Power
It was W-power and nothing but W-power. That’s what the 348-409 National Convention was all about. Bring your W-motor-powered vehicle, ... » Read More
Doug Marion Dec 15, 2014
events
348-409 National Convention, Part 2: More W-Motor Power
2014 Super Chevy Suspension and Handling Challenge - Speedtech's 1968 Camaro
When people pick a Chevy to build for handling, they often choose a Camaro. With this in mind it shouldn’t shock anyone that half of the ... » Read More
Steven Rupp Dec 15, 2014
features
2014 Super Chevy Suspension and Handling Challenge - Speedtech's 1968 Camaro
1982-1984 Cross-Fire Fuel Injection Corvettes
1982 was the first year since 1965 that a fuel-injection system was used and the first time ever that a Corvette had an electronic ... » Read More
Scott Teeters Dec 15, 2014
features
1982-1984 Cross-Fire Fuel Injection Corvettes
From 409 to 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS454 - Back in the Day
R.J. is the only 1971 Monte Carlo SS454 original owner we know of and he has no one to inherit it. » Read More
Doug Marion Dec 15, 2014
features
From 409 to 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS454 - Back in the Day

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