Jeff is the Product Manager for the street and muscle side of Speedway Motors. He has been a life-long hot rodder with a variety of projects over the years. Whether he's working on his '46 Ford, '54 Chevy, or his upcoming project - a '67 Chevelle - Jeff is a knowledgeable resource with a real knack for thoroughly explaining the process.
In this article, Jeff provides tips on how to successfully install a custom length driveshaft into his 1967 Chevelle. This guide explains how to take accurate measurements while choosing your specific length, slip yoke, and u-joints for a perfect fit.
See how this natural fitting Speedway Motors stainless steel coolant expansion overflow tank is installed in a 1967 Chevelle. Learn tips on how to prep the canister for paint work and recommended paint brands to use for this project.
Jeff's Chevelle gets a dash overhaul. Follow along as he assembles the dash components and installs the A/C evaporator unit. This project highlights a refinished dash top, Astro vents and a new padded dash bumper.
This Dakota Digital Instrument Cluster, modeled after a factory SS dash, is a must for your Classic car or Muscle car. Check out this article to learn about the unique features and how it requires only one cable to plug in for install!
Follow this guide on how to install a splined sway bar for GM A-body applications. See the installation process on a '68 Chevelle frame using stock control arms and factory chassis bolt and pad locations.
Learn how to assemble a Gotta Show transmission cooler line kit for common GM transmissions. Jeff shares some helpful tips on measuring and cutting the braided stainless steel hose for an easier installation.