Classic Industries has been around for over 35 years and is known for their unique catalogs for vehicles as far back as 1947 for cars and trucks. They’ve introduced some new catalogs, as well as a wholesale buyers program for shops.
by Michael Harding on November 12, 2012
by Bobby Kimbrough on November 7, 2012
Auto Meter’s new race dash takes a lot of information and displays it in a small area that is easy to view. For a look at this one piece unit that was spawned by NASCAR’s sanctioning body to bring instruments to the next level, read more here:
by Paul Huizenga on November 7, 2012
Chevrolet pulled out all the stops at the 2012 SEMA show, with Camaro concepts of all descriptions, the last 2012 COPO, and a bunch of performance packages and parts on display.
by Michael Harding on November 6, 2012
One of the booths that attracted our attention for a couple of reasons was Dakota Digital. Their VHX gauges are incredible, especially when they’re wrapped in a custom ’71 Camaro named “The ProfeSSor”.
by Rick Seitz on November 6, 2012
We rounded up some of our favorite LS-powered cars that we found at this year’s SEMA show. They vary from the tame to the extreme, and we gathered them all together for your viewing pleasure. We don’t want to spoil what we have for you, so you’re just going to have to click the link.
by Paul Huizenga on November 6, 2012
We got to see this work in progress at the 2012 SEMA show, courtesy of Turbonetics, who are helping turn the stock LS3 between the fenders of this 1966 Nova station wagon into an 850 horsepower fear generator.
by Paul Huizenga on November 1, 2012
Instead of a twin turbo big block like his previous ’63, this one gets motivation in the form of a beefed-up supercharged LS9 powerplant sourced from a C6 ZR1, making north of 800 horsepower.
by Paul Huizenga on October 31, 2012
At a show where the vehicles on display range from “awe-inspiring” to “eyesore” and every spot in between, we’d have to say that this classic Corvette reborn with state-of-the-art running gear is subtle enough to keep Y-body purists happy while still being unique and modern.
by Andrew Wolf on October 30, 2012
The last 2012 COPO Camaro debuted today at the SEMA Show, in Las Vegas, and it’s headed to the auction block. Chevrolet will sell the Inferno Orange Metallic convertible race car at the 2013 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction, in January, to benefit the American Heart Association
The whole Power Automedia team is on the ground in beautiful, elegant Las Vegas, Nevada for the 2012 SEMA show, and we will be bringing you highlights and videos all week long as we prowl the miles of aisles here at the convention center. Today was move-in day, and we got a chance to sneak onto the show floor…
by Clifton Klaverweiden on November 10, 2011
A few weeks ago, we told you about the D3 CTS-V that was getting the wide-body treatment for display at this year’s SEMA show. Well, here it is kiddies, in completed form and all its beastly glory. Please allow us to introduce you to “Le Monstre,” centerpiece of the Toyo Tires booth.
by Jefferson Bryant on November 8, 2011
Jonathan Ward of Icon calls it a “derelict rod.” A twist on the classic beater hot rod, a derelict takes a rusty, crusty car, strips it down and builds it back up, with all the amenities and performance of a modern supercar, with the exception of the exterior. No paint, no body work, just the original patina.
by Bobby Kimbrough on November 8, 2011
LS engines have a strong following in today’s street rod market but many enthusiasts don’t care for the exposed coil packs or flat sided valve covers. Billet Specialties addressed those issues with their new line of billet aluminum valve covers to the delight of the SEMA crowd.
by Kevin Shaw on November 8, 2011
Owned by the host of our favorite guilty pleasure TV show, “Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives,” Guy Fieri, which is pretty cool in and of itself, but is was the fact that to the untrained eye, this Bumblebee-styled soft top could drive past you on the street and you wouldn’t give it a second glance.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on November 7, 2011
For 35 years, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has been a top name in the performance industry, and at the 2011 SEMA show, they unveiled their latest plans to take two awesome GM products- the 5th Gen Camaro and the LS series engines – and make them even better with the Lingenfelter treatment…
Operation Mend Camaro is a project car that started out as a GM donated 2011 Camaro Convertible that car builder Ryan Friedlinghaus got his hands on. The result was a beautiful custom car that was auctioned off to benefit U.S. Soldiers severely wounded in action.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on November 4, 2011
Dynocom has steadily expanded into the fastest growing chassis dyno company in the world today. Recently, Dynocom rolled out (no pun intended) their All-Wheel-Drive 5000 Series dynos, which they bill as the world’s most affordable and advanced mechanically linked AWD dyno, and it can be set up almost anywhere…
by Paul Huizenga on November 3, 2011
Which would you choose – the thousand-horsepower Cadillac, or the 875-pony Camaro?
by Paul Huizenga on November 3, 2011
At the unveiling of the brand new Stock Eliminator COPO Camaro concept on Monday, the first thing everyone wanted to do was look under the hood to see what GM’s turnkey drag racer was packing. Perched atop the 327 cubic inch LSX block is a Whipple twin screw supercharger, displacing 2.9 liters.
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by Clifton Klaverweiden on November 3, 2011
GM’s commitment to supplying turn-key engines to muscle car and hot rod builders just got a little deeper, with new part numbers that combine everything needed from intake to driveshaft yoke, and a program that lets buyers help build their own crate engines at the Wixom build facility, just like Z06 and ZR1 buyers