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Summit Racing Super Store Lifts Veil Off of Restomod 1969 “Chevelle”

Is it a Chevelle? A Malibu? Both? Neither? In the case of David Hamilton’s 1969 “Call-it-what-you-will” SS, the real answer lies somewhere in between. Unveiled today at Summit Racing Equipment’s […]

Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: Eliminating Wheel Hop in a ’60s Era Chevelle
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Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: Eliminating Wheel Hop in a ’60s Era Chevelle

I have a 1969 Chevelle 396 4-speed, 3.55:1 rear ratio, F41 Chevy suspension on air shocks. When I do a burnout I have bad wheel hop. I tried letting the […]

Rodney Waters and his 1965 Chevy Malibu SS are members of the Peach State Chevelles. (Image/Peach State Chevelles)
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Peach State Chevelles Hold 1st Annual Peach State All GM Show

Car enthusiasts will tell you there’s nothing quite like a Chevelle to make your knees go weak and your heart beat faster—except, maybe, its striking “business in the front, party […]

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Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: Transmission Recommendations for a ’64 Chevelle

I have a 1964 Chevelle convertible. Several years ago I put a 700-R4 in it, which has never shifted correctly. It slips, doesn’t work right with the carburetor, etc. I […]

Top Fan Ride of October: Robert’s 1969 Chevy Chevelle
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Top Fan Ride of October: Robert’s 1969 Chevy Chevelle

It was a GM A-body conundrum back when Robert was hunting for a new project— he was actually looking for a GTO when this wicked 1969 Chevy Chevelle popped up […]

And the 2016 OnAllCylinders Muscle Car Match-Ups Winner Is…
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And the 2016 OnAllCylinders Muscle Car Match-Ups Winner Is…

What were we thinking? For the first time in the storied history of Muscle Car Match-Ups (four years, if you’re counting), we included old-school hot rods in our field of 32. These […]

Elmer’s cousin Tony Bischoff at BES Racing Engines helped put together a fresh big block Chevy to kick all the resto out of this project. They started with an overbored Merlin block, and built it up with Dart Race heads, a Super Victor intake from Edelbrock, a Quick Fuel QFX-Series carburetor, Lemons custom headers, and more.
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The Good Kind of Misery: Elmer Bischoff’s 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS

Every project car encounters a speed bump along the way. Sometimes it’s a part that doesn’t fit quite right the first time, or some missing fasteners, or maybe the instructions […]

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Our Top 5 Production Chevy Big Block Rat Motors of All Time

In 1965, Chevrolet began offering the big block Chevy Mark IV—better known as the Rat. This wasn’t Chevy’s initial go-around with big block engines as its Gen. I W-series big blocks […]

Ask Away with Jeff Smith: What’s the Right Steering Box for my Early Chevelle?
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Ask Away with Jeff Smith: What’s the Right Steering Box for my Early Chevelle?

I have a ’67 Chevelle that I have decided to swap in a faster ratio steering box. All the stories I’ve read suggest that an ’88 Monte Carlo steering box […]

Video Feature: Dan Tartabini’s 1967 Chevy Chevelle – Patience Pays Off
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Video Feature: Dan Tartabini’s 1967 Chevy Chevelle – Patience Pays Off

Twenty years is a long time to wait for a car; however if it is the right car, twenty years is worth the wait. That is exactly what Dan Tartabini […]