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by Jess M. - Posted in Tech
7 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Jess M. talks about customizing the rear radius rods she installed on her '33 5-Window coupe.
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by Jess M. - Posted in Tech
9 days ago
Jess M. talks about the process of installing the soft top insert on her 1933 5-window coupe.
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by Jess M. - Posted in Tech
9 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Jess M. talks about taking on the task of setting the toe on her '33 5 window coupe.
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by Dave - Posted in Tech
10 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Dave T. talks about tracking down and hopefully remedying an electrical draw in his 1967 Buick Riviera.
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by Dave - Posted in Tech
10 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Dave T. talks about the installation of a GM-style ignition switch in his 1967 Buick Riviera project.
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by Jeff K. - Posted in Tech
20 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.
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by Jess M. - Posted in Tech
27 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.
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by Jess M. - Posted in Tech
27 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Jess M. talks about the custom battery tray and cables she built for her '33 Ford.
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by Jess M. - Posted in Tech
42 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Jess M. talks about the Rocket Racing Deep Angle Spinner Knock-Offs she installed on her 1933 Ford 5-Window Coupe.
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by Jess M. - Posted in Tech
48 days ago
Jess M. talks a bit about the locking lug nut set from Gorilla Automotive Products that she installed on her 1933 Ford coupe to help keep her new Rocket Racing Wheels safe.
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