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1. Tim Weise—’71 Monte Carlo
Quick Shot: After getting his Monte cleaned up and looking good, Tim stuffed a 454 in it with an Edelbrock Air Gap intake, 750 Holley double pumper, Magnaflow exhaust, Addco sway bars, Hotchkis springs, and KYB shocks.
2. Bobby Maxa—’67 Nova
Quick Shot: When Bobby and wife Lisa got this Nova, they had their work cut out for them. It was a complete rust bucket, and the only original panels on the body to survive were the roof, one fender, and a door. In the year of building the Maxa clan did themselves, they put the Deuce back on the road and better than new.
3. Ron Sargis—’56 Nomad
Quick Shot: Ron built his Nomad to be a work of art. The car sits on a powdercoated Jim Meyer frame, with every part on the car either painted, polished, or powdercoated. Motivation comes from a 502 big-block, and to keep the Nomad company in the garage, Ron has an equally nice ’56 210 sedan.
4. Ron Van Blarcom— ’70 Chevelle
Quick Shot: Ron’s owned his Chevelle for more than 20 years, originally restoring it in 1990. A factory A/C car, Ron rebuilt, rechromed, and repainted everything on it, installing a salvaged L82 Corvette small-block for power.
5. John Killen—’80 Corvette
Quick Shot: Not happy with the factory styling, John revamped his ’80 with a stinger-style hood, ’69 side pipes, and Corvette rally wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson rubber.
6. Fabricio De La Casa— ’69 Impala
Quick Shot: This particular Chevy turns heads down in Brazil, thanks to its owner’s hard work. Fabricio has built the car over nine years, pumping up the car’s 454 big-block with some go fast parts so he can do street long burnouts and turn heads when on the prowl.