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Gift Ideas for Racers
'Tis the season to shop for the racer in your life. Here are some ideas to help!
Gift Ideas for Car Lovers
Need holiday ideas for the gearhead in your life? This handy guide will steer you in the right direction.
Assembling a GM Trans Cooler Line Kit - 1967 Chevelle
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.
The Li'l Coffin '32 Ford Show Car
This is the epic story of the Li'l Coffin show car. From Wichita used car lot to fame, glory, and a fire that almost ended it all, this old hot rod has had quite a life.
Installing a Transmission Crossmember - 1967 Chevelle
Learn about the G Force crossmember and how the symmetrical product design makes for a smooth installation on Jeff's 1967 Chevelle.
Omega Kustom Avant Gauges
These Omega Avant-series gauges from Speedway Motors were inspired by the deco masterpieces in cars like the Lincoln Zephyr and Coffin-nosed Cord. They will look right at home in your 30’s or 40’s street rod, hot rod, or custom.
Speedway Motors to Debut New Products and Showcase Builds During SEMA360
Speedway Motors announced today a list of new products that will be debuted Nov. 2-6 during SEMA360.
Choosing Redline Radial Tires - 1967 Chevelle
Follow along as Jeff chooses redline radial tires and steel wheels to get the perfect fit for his Chevelle. Learn how redlines are added to a set of Real Rodder mags for a consistent 60's theme.
Rear Wheel and Tire Installation - 1967 Chevelle
With the new housing and brakes installed, Jeff chooses new wheels and tires for his 1967 Chevelle. See how he gets the perfect fit with enough clearance for brakes, coilovers and even 15" wheels.
Jan Opperman's Indy Car
Jan Opperman was a two-time Indianapolis 500 starter in 1974 and 1976. His success with USAC earned him a ride in the 1974 Indianapolis 500 in this very car. He didn't finish, but there's plenty more to the story...