Products to Compare (max of 3)
X
Compare These Parts
America's Oldest Speed Shop ® Talk to the Experts. Call 800.979.0122, 7am-10pm, everyday.
Help Center
Help Center

U.S.Order Line:

800.979.0122

(CST) 7am - 10pm

Race and Rod Tech Support

Mon-Fri 8am - 5pm

Canadian Order Line:

855.313.9180

International Order Line:

1.402.323.3200
Since 1952
Menu
Shop By
Support
Account
Body Tech

Latest Articles

by Jeff K. - Posted in Tech
2 months 18 days ago
Speedway Product Guru Jeff K. talks about installing a set of Spectre High Beam Air Ducts in the latest project to grace his garage, a 1967 Malibu.
Learn More
by Jess M. - Posted in Tech
2 months 25 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Jess M. walks us through adding a little salt flat flair to her 1933 Ford coupe, by using moon discs and quarter turn fasteners.
Learn More
by Steve - Posted in Tech
5 months 8 days ago
Speedway Tech Steve L. talks about the sometimes aggravating task of headliner installs, and offers a solution to remove some of that frustration.
Learn More
by Jeff K. - Posted in Tech
5 months 16 days ago
Jeff K. talks about the keeping his cool in his '46 Sedan Delivery, with a little help from insulation and damping material.
Learn More
by Dave - Posted in Tech
5 months 20 days ago
Speedway employee Dave T. talks about using Speedway parts to build a custom linkage for his 1967 Buick Riviera project.
Learn More
by Adam S. - Posted in Tech
5 months 23 days ago
Speedway employee Adam shares with us some tips and tricks for removing that stubborn or busted bolt or screw.
Learn More
by Jeff K. - Posted in Tech
6 months 18 days ago
Product Master Jeff K. talks about the rebuild of his 1954 Chevy interior, breathing new life into the sedan.
Learn More
by Adam S. - Posted in Tech
7 months 8 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Adam S. takes a look at the Woodward Fab Bead Roller kit and offers some opinions.
Learn More
by Tim - Posted in Tech
7 months 8 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Tim M. decided to take us along as he takes another step in restoring a '32 Ford. This go-round he repairs an original '32 grille insert to put in his new shell.
Learn More
by Steve - Posted in Tech
7 months 8 days ago
Replacing your door's hinge pins and bushings can save a great amount of wear and tear on your doors, not to mention saving you some money down the road for more expensive repairs.
Learn More
Page 1 of 3

Related Articles

by Jason - Posted in Tech
8 months 15 days ago
No one likes riding in a hot tin can. Click here for some products to both quiet, and cool, your ride.
Learn More
by Pat O. - Posted in Video
5 months 27 days ago
New upholstery can be expensive. Pat shows a couple alternatives to upgrade the comfort in your ride for less.
Learn More
by John - Posted in Tech Tips
6 months 26 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John talks about what can be expected when converting to suicide doors.
Learn More
by Pat O. - Posted in Video
11 months 29 days ago
Pat goes over some of the sound dampening items we have to offer.
Learn More
by John - Posted in Tech Tips
2 months 21 days ago
In this Tech Tip, a customer asked about a discreet style trunk latch for his 1932 Ford.
Learn More
by Tim - Posted in Video
7 months 4 days ago
Tim shows some of the 1932 Ford steel replacement parts we have to offer.
Learn More
by Tim - Posted in Video
7 months 25 days ago
Tim talks about the grille shells & inserts we have to offer.
Learn More
by Tim - Posted in Video
9 months 28 days ago
Tim talks about some of the 1940 Ford dash items we offer.
Learn More
by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
7 months 8 days ago
It's been in storage all winter, now it's time to wake up your classic car for the summer season!
Learn More
by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
7 months 8 days ago
Shedding some light on the mystery behind the art of pinstriping.
Learn More
;
Suggestions