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Lubricating heater control parts

Lubricating heater control parts

Maintaining 1964 to ’67 GM plastic heater control parts

For some reason, the designers at GM decided to use some plastic parts for the dash control levers in many 1964-’67 A-body cars.... more

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Story Jim McGowan - September 07, 2011 04:00 PM - Comments

Gimme a Brake

Gimme a Brake

Front Brake Conversion and Brake Line Replacement

Owning a vehicle with blazing acceleration was a top priority for enthusiasts in the ’60s. few gave much thought to stopping. Although brake options, such as front discs or drums with metallic linings, were often available, they were generally not at the top of the shopping list.... more

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Larry Weiner - September 02, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Rare Book Offer

Rare Book Offer

A Must Read for Pontiac Fanatics

PontiacRegistry.com is offering a special EXCLUSIVE OFFER of Marty Schorr's new book, Pontiac the Performance Years, a compilation of his original three books that Pontiac lovers have been longing for since they went out of print many years ago.... more

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Larry Jewett - August 30, 2011 08:00 AM - Comments

Repairing late-model Firebird door panels

Repairing late-model Firebird door panels

Fixing may be easier than finding new ones

Just as the little Dutch boy learned, repairing cracks often proves more difficult than just sticking your finger over it. Due to the design of our particular model’s factory door panel, there is considerable stress in the upper rear section of the panel.... more

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Jefferson Bryant - August 19, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Small Block Milestone

Small Block Milestone

Chevrolet will be celebrating the production of the 100-millionth Chevrolet small-block V-8, one of the most popular and widely used engines in automotive history.“The introduction of the small -block changed everything,” said Jim Campbell... more

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By Larry Jewett - August 18, 2011 09:27 PM - Comments

Installing an LS engine into a second-gen Camaro Z28

Installing an LS engine into a second-gen Camaro Z28

Painlessly swapping a Gen-III engine into a Gen-II F-body.

Painless Performance Products, LLC has just released their new fully integrated fuel injection and chassis harness designed to fit any GM car or truck from 1955 to 1986. it must be used in conjunction with GM’s LS1 to LS6 small-block V-8 engines and corresponding GM 4L60E four-speed electronic overdrive transmission.... more

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Bob McClurg - August 01, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Installing traction bars on a 1967 Camaro

Installing traction bars on a 1967 Camaro

Traction Bars That Really Work on First-Gen Camaros

When the 1967 Camaro debuted, it was an immediate hit with Chevy enthusiasts. The styling was decidedly different.... more

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Larry Weiner - August 01, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Rewiring a 1957 Chevy

Rewiring a 1957 Chevy

Modern solutions for early wiring systems

Chevrolets from the 1950s had very few options as starting the engine was the main concern. In the early years, 30 to 35 amperage generators were able to keep up with the lighting and other electrical loads. Today, adding electrical accessories to an existing electrical system should be done with a well thought-out plan.... more

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Chris Petris - August 01, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

2010 Lingenfelter Signature Series Camaro

2010 Lingenfelter Signature Series Camaro

Driving the Lingenfelter Signature Series Camaro

How do you take a Gen-V Camaro SS and make it stand out from the rest of the general population? The Lingenfelter Performance Engineering team has the answer. Their “out of the box” thinking continues to raise the bar with their passion for performance, power and creative design.... more

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Al Rogers - August 01, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Cell Phones For Soldiers

Cell Phones For Soldiers

At the second annual Barrett-Jackson Orange County (California) auction late last month, General Motors and the GM Military Discount Program auctioned the first retail production of the 2012 “Honor & Valor” limited edition Chevrolet Camaro... more

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By Larry Jewett - July 05, 2011 12:31 PM - Comments