For the fullsize 1965-’67 Chevy, Biscayne, Bel Air, or Impala, the Schwartz G-Machine chassis will roll right in place of the stock B-body frame and fit directly to the factory mount locations. The G-Machine Chassis is formed with a pair of heavy-duty, mandrel-bent rectangular steel main framerails to provide a robust foundation. The updated front suspension includes needle-bearing-supported A-arms for smooth, bind-free movement along with separate caster and camber adjustments. Schwartz says, “It will instantly update the stance, overall ride, and handling of the car.” Designed with the longest travel coilovers in the industry to deliver the best ride, and the G-Machine chassis is designed to welcome nearly any GM drivetrain.
Dakota Digital announced its new HDX series of instrumentation now includes applications to fit 1964-’65, 1966-’67, 1968, 1969, and 1970-’72 Chevrolet Chevelle models. The HDX series from Dakota Digital is the latest in aftermarket automotive instrumentation technology. Expanding upon the extremely popular VHX series, HDX takes personalization and usability to a whole new dimension. All HDX instrument systems feature integrated dash indicators (turn signals, high beam, check engine, cruise control engaged, and parking brake) and a red, user-definable warning light for each gauge. Every kit is supplied with an optional buzzer for a tone to coincide with the warning lights. Additionally, the buzzer can give each button-press a tone. Available with a choice of black or silver alloy gauge-face styling, each HDX system allows the user to select their favorite illumination color.
Holley/MSD is pleased to announce the release of a comprehensive line of new shop tools and other builder’s products from Earl’s Performance Plumbing. Among the tools and products are professional-grade tubing benders; Super Stock hose clamps and pliers; Pro Hose shop tools, hardline tubing, benders, and cutters; and stainless steel hardline tubing and AN adapters. Earl’s new tubing benders can handle all tubing materials: aluminum, copper, nickel, and even harder metals such as mild and stainless steel. Ideal for use with Earl’s hardline tubing, these easy-to-use lever-style tools come in five different sizes – 3/16-inch through 5/8-inch, and are each sold separately. The open side of the tool slips easily over the tube at any point and makes smooth, consistent, tight-radius bends up to 180 degrees without scoring or flattening the tubing.