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What's In The May 2011 Issue Of Super Chevy Magazine

PRIME TIME PLAYER
The Return Of Motion's Fantastic Five

Motion Performance's Joel Rosen partners with DeNooyer Chevrolet's Performance Division and Redline Motorsports to build Motion 427 and 454 Camaros.

Copper Top
Like the famous battery that powered toy E.T.'s at Christmas, this '69 Nova is delivering all the power that's needed for another kind of E.T., the kind that's in the 10s.

The Bruiser
It took a whole village to build John Martell's Pro Street '66 Chevelle.

Inside His Bubble
A look at Dick Bales' beautiful "BalesAir" bubbletop.

Seems Like Old Times
Mike Reeves lost this '55 hardtop in a divorce, then was lucky enough to get it back.

The First Shot Fired
This '69 was the progenitor of all the SYC-badged Camaros to follow.

TECH-ZILLA!!!
Sport Seats With An OE Look

TMI's new foam and covers really improve the performance of a stock Camaro seat.

Feed the Beast
Upgrading fuel lines and installing a new tank to support a V-8 powerplant.

Boosted Beyond Belief
We take a behind-the-scenes look at the new 1,000hp Kenne Bell blown 7.0L LS3 powering the RPO Series Camaro.

Structural Integrity
We give a T-top third-gen Camaro some much needed stiffening and rear-suspension improvements.

Curing Quadrajet Carb Woes
Here are some interesting 21st century fixes for your 20th century Rochester carb.

SUPER CHEVY SPECIAL REPORT
Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational

Pushing hardcore muscle to the Limit.

DEPARTMENTS
Thunder Road
Going Postal
Bow Tie Briefs
RESTO TECH
Techin' in with Fletch
BACK IN THE DAY
Bow Tie Keepers
Parts Bin

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