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Josh Sullivan
Member since May 11 2018
Josh Sullivan is the Product Manager for the Muscle car Market at Speedway motors, He’s been with the company since 2005. His current projects are a 1966 Pontiac GTO, 1950 Chevy pickup with air ride, and a 1978 Chevy Camaro drag car. From a young age Josh attended local car shows with his father who owned several GTO’s of his own throughout his years, and his dad instilled in him a passion for heavily modified 50's style customs. With time and weather permitting, most evenings Josh and his dog Maggie are in the garage working towards the goal of getting some rusty Nebraska Iron back on the road.

Josh Sullivan's Articles

by Josh Sullivan - Posted in Tech
6/6/2019
Our new Finned Aluminum Buick Brake Drums are a great way to add that vintage hot rod style to your Early Ford. Follow along as we install a pair on a '32 Ford and add some serious hot rod attitude!
by Josh Sullivan - Posted in Tech
10/26/2018
Josh takes the plunge into making some patch panels for his 50 Chevy pickup truck. See how he begins the installation process to get the truck back on the road.
by Josh Sullivan - Posted in Tech
10/19/2018
Get more details on Project Chevelle's 9-inch housing, third member, and tubular control arms installation.
by Josh Sullivan - Posted in Tech
8/9/2018
Project Chevelle upgrades the 4 drum brakes single master cylinder that was an unfortunate set of boxes checked on this Chevelle’s order sheet.
by Josh Sullivan - Posted in Tech
7/10/2018
Project Chevelle undergoes front suspension upgrades to minimize feeling every dip and bump in the road. Josh S. walks through the install and quick overview of the tubular control arms and G comp spindles.
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