Bow Tie Keepers - April 2013

Readers' Rides

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1. Randy Bittner – 1967 Camaro RS (shown above)

Quick Shot: Randy stuffed his pristine ’67 with a 450-horse Smeding Performance 383 small-block and old school Muncie for gear jamming.

2. Art Limbaugh – 1964 Chevelle

Quick Shot: Art decided to go full on Pro Street with his Chevelle, with a built 572 big-block to spin the massive 14-inch tires out back. Inside are Kirkey race seats, and the brake pedal’s connected to a four wheel Wilwood braking system.

1964 Chevy Chevelle 2/6

3. Ron Sargis – 1956 Nomad

Quick Shot: Ron cleaned up the ’56, then installed a Jim Meyer Racing G4 chassis, and a Chevrolet Performance ZZ502 for motivation. The wheels are Colorado Custom’s billet pieces, and inside everything is wrapped in leather.

1956 Chevy Nomad Sargis 3/6

4. Mike Friesen – 1977 Impala

Quick Shot: Mike’s dad bought the Impala brand new, and he even took his driving test behind the wheel years later. Now it sports a stroked small-block and a 3,000-stall equipped TH350 trans.

1977 Chevy Impala 4/6

5. Bernie DeMarkey – 1969 El Camino

Quick Shot: Bernie’s Elky is built for fun driving, with Hotchkis upper and lower control arms with Hotchkis-tuned Bilstein shocks up front, and a full Hotchkis TVS rear suspension under the bed. Keeping things comfortable for the long rides are a pair of Recaro six-way power seats.

1969 Chevy El Camino 5/6

6. Allen Hillger – 1963 Nova

Quick Shot: Being a retired shop teacher, Allen knows how to build things, and his Nova is a great example of mechanical skill. Sitting under the 6-71 blower is a 496 Rat with an MSD ignition, sending power to a 4.11 geared 12-bolt that spins 18.5-inch wide Hoosier tires.

1963 Chevy Nova Hillger 6/6

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