Grilles Gone Wild
Classic Industries announces grille assemblies for 1963 and 1964 Chevy II Novas. Each grille features crisp lines and clean stamping, resulting in a precise fit and factory original appearance. Manufactured in stamped aluminum, the outer grille shell is polished and coated with a clear anodized finish to preserve the brilliant shine and prevent corrosion. The 1963 and 1964 grilles include three correctly configured steel brackets—one center and two outers—that come pre-installed with smooth-head rivets. Both grilles feature the correctly painted, black satin finish brackets.
Hi-Po Steering Pump
Flaming River now offers a direct, bolt-in replacement power steering pump as an alternative to all vehicles using stock GM Type II power steering systems. This pump is engineered and assembled by KRC Power Steering and is designed with the same standards as KRC’s racing pumps. This high-performance pump has adjustable flow-control fitting technology, which allows the customer to dial in the feel of the vehicle’s steering in a matter of minutes by changing flow-control fitting sizes. Best of all, it will hold up to the abuse of hard road course and autocross duty. Made in the USA, the pump is available in satin or polished finishes.
Rack & Pinion Tool
The OEMTOOLS master inner tie rod tool set makes it easy to remove and re-install inner tie rods without removing the rack-and-pinion. The inner tie rod removal set includes SAE and metric adapters to handle a variety of make and model vehicles. The adapters have a nickel-plated design for durability, and the 1/2-inch drive tube handle makes it easy to remove and re-install to proper torque. The set comes in a sturdy blow mold case for easy storage and includes 12 crowfoot style adapters.