Soda Blasting Tip

Restorers, or anyone with a fiberglass body panel, will be interested to know that soda blasting works very well on fiberglass, cutting paint and top coats without damage to the fiberglass. It’s ideal to for small parts and spotting in small repairs. Check out our line of fiberglass repair kits and parts here. Shop for […]

Clay Bar Tip

If you’ve never used a clay bar to remove contaminants on your car’s paint, now is the time to start. This is actually such an easy and painless way to get rid of minor scuffs, bird droppings, tree sap, etc. Really, anything that is sitting ON TOP of your paint surface that won’t come out […]

Chevy Engineer Talks 2014 Camaro z/28 Aerodynamics

By Diego Rosenberg The 2014 Camaro Z/28 is a lot more than a big engine in a Camaro—it’s a repurposed performance machine with numerous tweaks to call its own. This “Camaro Z06″ (if you will) has a number of aerodynamic mods that help make the it such a stellar vehicle on the track, so Car […]

2014 Camaro Z/28 vs. Nissan GT-R

by Sam McEachern Chevrolet engineers rocketed the performance of the Zeta-based fifth-generation Camaro to new heights with the hard-core 2014 Camaro Z/28. They bench-marked the car against top tier supercars which cost thousands of dollars more, like the Nissan GT-R and Porsche 911. So far, the Z/28 has proved to be more than a worthy […]

Chevrolet Performance Rewards Loyal NHRA Racers

Chevrolet Performance, the high-performance parts division of Chevrolet, has announced that it will increase its contingency payouts to those who race in NHRA-sanctioned events using Chevrolet Performance parts while displaying the brand’s decals. Says Jim Campbell, General Motors U.S. Vice President of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports, “Chevrolet has a long history of supporting NHRA drag racers […]

Chevy shows off the new Camaro Z/28 at Birmingham’s Barber Motorsports Park

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Barber Motorsports Park is providing the backdrop this week as Chevrolet introduces its new Camaro Z/28 to journalists from top auto enthusiast magazines. About 100 people are visiting Birmingham and the park over a 10-day span, including Chevrolet engineers, as well as writers, photographers and videographers for Motor Trend, Road & Track, Car and […]

1st Generation Camaro: Roof Rail and Cowl Weatherstripping Installation

A simple and inexpensive way to tighten and seal up your Camaro is to replace the weatherstripping. This cowl and roof rail weather stripping will give a tight seal that cuts down on wind noise. Parts Needed: WS-4: 68-69 Roof rail weather strip with molded ends WS-100: 67-69 Hood to cowl seal WS-99: 67-69 Roof […]

Lower Rear End Tip

If you’ve invested in lowering springs for your 4th Gen Camaro or Firebird, and the rear end is still sitting a tad too high, you can get an extra ¾ of an inch or more by taking the isolator out on top of the back springs and replacing it with ½ heater hose on the […]

Carburetor Tip

When working on your carburetor, transfer the carburetor from the engine to a clean, open workbench. If you don’t have a carb stand, simply slide four bolts of your choice through the mounting holes in the bottom plate, and “nut” them up at the top. All you need is enough clearance for the levers and […]

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