Baer's new Track-4 brake systems employ the ultra-stiff, DOT-compliant, radial mount, all-billet T4 caliper with stainless staggered-bore pistons; T4s use '98-02 Camaro pads, ensuring readily available and off-the-shelf service parts. Available for all '67-97 Camaros, '64-88 A-, G- or X-body, these 13-inch systems are typical of Baer-complete in every detail and ready to bolt on. Prices start at just $1,095. The early GM two-piece spindle system shown is $1,455.
Only a handful of names have been entered in the land speed record books, and you have a chance to join them. The Spectre SpeedLiner is an all-new, all-American, twin-turbocharged Cadillac-powered gasoline streamliner. The goal is to set a world record and break the 400-mph barrier. Join the Spectre SpeedLiner Society and your name will be painted on the car, plus you will receive a SpeedLiner T-shirt, screwdriver, flashlight, and duffle bag-all for $25!
New from Schott Wheels comes the I-Force, a clean and strong five-spoke design, featuring I-beam lightening pocket details on the side of the spokes. In addition, lightening pockets are on the backside of the spokes and mounting pad to further reduce unsprung weight. Super-big brake clearance options for any 18-, 19-, and 20-inch wheels are also new, so you can run the brake package of your choice. Like other Schott Wheels, the I-Force incorporates the patent-pending Cover-Loc system.
Undercover Innovations has got you covered, literally. If you have an overheating problem with your classic car, they might have a solution for you. Or if you're tired of looking at the unattractive front of your radiator, let them dress it up. GMs, Fords, Mopars-they're adding new models all the time. Licensed by GM engraved logos and custom engraving also available.
Holley Performance Products offers apparel and metal signs from each of its world-famous brands, including NOS nitrous, Hooker Headers, Earl's plumbing, Weiand superchargers, as well as Holley. They have retro-styled T-shirts with killer artwork by renowned artist Chris Froggett, as well as some with the new Camaro and Challenger. These metal signs are the perfect way to dress up any car guy's garage.
The fact is today's engines put out more power than conventional six-speed manual gearboxes can handle. Rockland Standard Gear's Tranzilla six-speeds are rated at 1,200 hp and 1,000 lb-ft of torque, and shift smoothly and quickly. Key features include 22-degree helix 9310 alloy gears and shafts (four ratios available), triple-cone carbon-fiber synchros, steel 3-4 shift forks, blueprinting, optional dog ring synchros, and it fits most popular muscle cars.
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