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Check Out These Heavyweight Door-Slamming Drag Cars
Bruce Biegler Mar 7, 2018
Check Out These Heavyweight Door-Slamming Drag Cars
Chevy High Performance pays attention to the top Sportsman drag racers in the Straight Line Spotlight monthly drag racing column. » Read More
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1965 Corvette Convertible Bought New Found 45 Years Later by Original Owner
Jerry Heasley Mar 6, 2018
1965 Corvette Convertible Bought New Found 45 Years Later by Original Owner
Found 45 years later, Rusty Brock bought and restored this 1965 Corvette Convertible his father bought brand new. » Read More
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Vintage Road Test: 1959 Chevrolet Corvette vs. Porsche Convertible D
Drew Hardin Mar 6, 2018
Vintage Road Test: 1959 Chevrolet Corvette vs. Porsche Convertible D
In 1959 Motor Trend editor Wayne Thoms decided to pit a 1959 Chevrolet Corvette against a 1959 Porsche Convertible D. » Read More
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Stunning Corvette L88 Replica
Walt Thurn Mar 5, 2018
Stunning Corvette L88 Replica
Fabulous Restorations builds a replica 1970 24 Hours of Daytona Owens Corning L88 Corvette race car. » Read More
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This 1957 Bel Air Has The Look, The Sound, and 1,500 hp Worth of “Bring It On”
Evan Perkins Mar 1, 2018
This 1957 Bel Air Has The Look, The Sound, and 1,500 hp Worth of “Bring It On”
Denny Terzich Sr. and son, Denny Terzich Jr. have taken Pro Street style to the next millennium with this 1957 Bel Air. » Read More
The F-Body Nationals Giveaway 1967 Camaro is an Outstanding All-Arounder
We take a look at everything that went into building the 2017 F-Body Nationals giveaway 1967 Camaro. » Read More
Taylor Kempkes Mar 1, 2018
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The F-Body Nationals Giveaway 1967 Camaro is an Outstanding All-Arounder
Old-School Blown 1967 Chevelle Street Machine
With the resurgence of old-school-style muscle cars, this blown 1967 Chevelle Street Machine is just about as cool as they come. » Read More
Ro McGonegal Feb 28, 2018
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Old-School Blown 1967 Chevelle Street Machine
An apex slicing 1970 Chevelle project from Schwartz Performance
This 1970 Chevelle being built at Schwartz Performance isn’t cutting any corners when it comes to the fabrication and parts being used. » Read More
Steven Rupp Feb 28, 2018
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An apex slicing 1970 Chevelle project from Schwartz Performance
A Look Back at a Road Test for a 1974 Camaro Z28
Drew Hardin revives a road test of the 1974 Camaro Z28 from the archives. » Read More
Drew Hardin Feb 28, 2018
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A Look Back at a Road Test for a 1974 Camaro Z28
1,000-Horsepower Pro Street 1970 Nova
Frank Bendit’s 1970 Nova proves that when it comes to horsepower, cash is king! » Read More
John Machaqueiro Feb 28, 2018
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1,000-Horsepower Pro Street 1970 Nova
Stunning Corvette L88 Replica
Fabulous Restorations builds a replica 1970 24 Hours of Daytona Owens Corning L88 Corvette race car. » Read More
Walt Thurn Feb 26, 2018
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Stunning Corvette L88 Replica
First-Time Repeat: Dan Cervantes’ 1956 Chevy Bel Air
Despite being one of the most popular—and repurposed—movie poster taglines of all time, George Lucas’ “Where were you in ’62” ... » Read More
Rob Fortier Feb 26, 2018
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First-Time Repeat: Dan Cervantes’ 1956 Chevy Bel Air
Barn Find Hunter Patrick Nichols finds this Ultra-Low Mileage LS6 Chevelle
What you’re looking at is probably the lowest-mileage, manual-transmission LS6 1970 Chevelle in the world right now. » Read More
John McGann Feb 22, 2018
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Barn Find Hunter Patrick Nichols finds this Ultra-Low Mileage LS6 Chevelle
Reborn and Blown 1972 Chevelle from Down Under
Aussie Ben Brown took a half-finished 1972 Chevelle reality show slapper and transformed it into a bagged and blown showstopper. » Read More
Ben Hosking Feb 22, 2018
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Reborn and Blown 1972 Chevelle from Down Under
Pro Street Tri-Five & Pro Touring Camaro
Reader submitted Super Chevys: a Pro Street Tri-Five, a Pro Touring Camaro, and a clean Mote Carlo LS. » Read More
Bill Klein Feb 22, 2018
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Pro Street Tri-Five & Pro Touring Camaro

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