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July 2011 Super Chevy Magazine Table Of Contents

Perfection On Four Wheels

Winning Pair
Juan Escobar's '70 LS6 Chevelles cover both ends of the spectrum when it comes to classic and restomod A-bodies.

I Swear It Was Supposed to Be a Street Car!
All Jim McDaniel wanted was a '55 that would turn heads going down the road. In the end, an ISCA national champion was born.

Right Idea, Wrong Car
The Cosworth Vega was a fine automobile that was doomed from the start.

Bespoke Bel Air
With nearly half of its items custom-made, this bubbletop has the two-toned twisted testosterone to take home the trophies.

No, It's Not Bumble Bee, Dammit!
LSR Performance threw its catalog at a yellow fifth-gen Camaro; we threw it around the track, street and strip. Here's what we discovered.

A Nova With Attitude & Altitude
A quick look at Dave Mills' '65 A/FX 409 Chevy II.

Masterful Tech

Heart Transplant
Here are the latest products to help you swap an LS motor into your vintage Chevy.

Vital Signs
Classic Instruments' new '63-65 Nova cluster.

Thump On Pump
Build a 700hp 454 LS stroker that's tame enough for your daily driver.

Track-Time Torque Arm
Installing Speed Tech Performance's three-link rear suspension.

Unfair Interior Design
Feedback and compromises: We go to work on our 200-mph '69 Camaro's interior, gauge cluster and wiring.

Rocker Rehab
Fixing a common rust spot on Tri-Five Chevys.

Prime Time
The ins and outs of using a spray gun for the first time.


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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