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

Heavy Chevys

Some Things Can Be Polished
What started out as a clapped-out '70s race car soon turned into a full-blown Pro Street powerhouse.

The Double Deuce
For his 22nd first-gen Camaro, Michael Manning left no part or system untouched.

It's A Wonderful '57 Convertible
Jimmy Stewart's restomod ragtop is a smooth drink of merlot Tri-Five goodness.

Street Stocker
Ed Miller grew up in the heyday of street driven race cars, and decided to build his '65 sedan for a trip back to the '60s.

Glory Days Return
Memories of Roger Penske's Trans-Am Camaros Roared to Life Again in 2010.

First Time Event

Success For LS Fest
Holley's inaugural all-LS event.

Tick Tock Tech

Stacked And Packed
Scott Shafiroff racing engines adds a set of stacks to a proven 427ci small-block crate engine.

How Much Project Can You Handle?
Before getting into a new car, there are things to take into account so you don't end up getting blindsided ...

Should've Had A V-8
Swapping out the straight-6 for a V-8 into a '63 Nova wagon.

DIY Exhaust Pipes
Using a Flowmaster U-fit kit to build an exhaust system.

Caging The Beast
A 200-mph Camaro needs a proper rollcage and Project Unfair has one.

Widening The House
In this part of our '70 Chevelle project, we test-fit new quarter-panels and our wheelhouses have a growth spurt to make way for big rubber.


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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