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Day 1 afternoon update of the Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks Week to Wicked classic Chevy project.
Classic Trucks Magazine and Street Rodder Magazine take us a for a short walkaround of the Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks Week to Wicked classic Chevy.
Day Five video feeds of the Week to Wicked Project being undertaken by Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks
Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks reached out to Lokar, Inc. to help get the Week to Wicked ’52 Chevy truck build in gear.
Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks reached out to Performance Automatic for a 4L70E to help move the 1952 Chevy Week to Wicked build in honor of Speedway Motors' 65th anniversary.
Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks teamed up to build a 1952 Chevy truck in honor of Speedway Motors' 65th anniversary. Speedway Motors reached out to Rocket Racing Wheels for a set of their “Booster” Wheels to function as rolling stock for the build.
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