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September 2011 Super Chevy Magazine Table Of Contents

Wicked Whips

One Piece at a Time
After buying the prepped and painted shell of a '72 Chevelle, it took Keith Stanczyk almost 10 years to collect the parts necessary to put it back together.

Bruno's Bubble
The '61 Impala is often overlooked by Chevy enthusiasts, but Bruno Cirello aims to change that.

Flat Hood Flyer
Derek Putnam didn't want a Bow Tie that screamed, "Hey, over here!" every time he drove it, so he built this X-body to be a sleeper.

Birds of a Feather
Three second-gen Camaros, three very different build styles.

The Ultimate Tanning Booth
The Camaro convertible is back and as sexy as ever.


Showdown in the Desert
The second-annual Vegas Super Chevy Show had top-quality vehicles and a killer autocross.


Heart Transplant
A Dart short-block assembly and top-end kit gets this Monte's heart beating once again.

Get That Shoebox to Handle
Installing Heidts' Pro-G front clip on a '66 Nova.

Remote Lock Down
Adding a keyless entry kit to protect your paint and make life easier.

Get Your Shift Together
Hurst's Billet/Plus 2 shifter for the fifth-gen Camaro.

What a Drag, Part 3
We get the driveline into our '72 Nova SS project.

Welding Basics
A simple overview to help make welding a bit easier--and less scary-- for the novice enthusiast.

Unfair Floats Away
This month we cover the floating rear setup in our 200-mph '69 Camaro.


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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