On the cover: Isaac Mion bagged his second Super Chevy cover in a row, shooting Phil Parkinson's '67 Camaro. It was Jerry Heasley who went treasure hunting in Texas (upper inset), and the other two pictures are from Patrick Hill (lower left) and Richard Holdener. On the cover: Isaac Mion bagged his second Super Chevy cover in a row, shooting Phil Par High Rollers! Amplitude With Attitude This wagon hauls a lot more than cargo thanks to its 509-inch Tri-Power Rat. Slick and Slammed This '67 Chevy II redefines low and has plenty of power to make it go. Classic Chevy Hunt: Backyards and Boneyards Where's the beef in Amarillo, Texas? Tech Attack! Head Games We swap the cylinder heads on a 402 big-block and pick up big power. A Split Decision Giving a second-gen Camaro the split-bumper look on the cheap. Quiet Cabin Cutting down interior noise and heat with Boom Mat--and without adding a lot of weight. The Power of 7 Building a 768-horse LS7-headed stroker, then hitting it with some sauce from NOS. Back to the Body Shop Project Back to the Street heads into the paint booth for some color as vo-tech students ready it for its new life. Top-End Swap, Version 2 We changed out the cam in our Brodix/Lunati combo and got more respectable numbers. Super Chevy Events Carry Me Back to Old Virginia It was a great gathering of Chevys in the Old Dominion for the 2011 Virginia Super Chevy Show. Lone Star Bow Ties The Super Chevy Show invades the Texas Motorplex. Departments Thunder RoadGoing PostalBow Tie BriefsResto TechTechin' In With FletchBack In The DayBow Tie KeepersParts Bin Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!