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      Get everything you need to completely rebuild your front suspension in your classic 1955-64 Fullsize Chevy with CPP’s Complete Front Suspension Rebuild Kit. Kits include: pre-assembled upper and lower control arms with brand new ball joints, cross shafts and rubber or poly bushings, new stock ...
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      CPP’s high performance brake upgrade kit contains aluminum dual piston calipers, dual reservoir master cylinder, adjustable proportioning valve, slotted rotors, dust shields, and all necessary hardware to upgrade your early Ford muscle car. This kit, designed for the 1975-80 Granada spindle, ...
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      McMillan Rod & Custom, Marshfield WI – From McMillan Rod and Custom is this Ľ” half round stainless dash/upholstery trim. Machined from type 304 stainless steel and polished to a mirror finish. These work equally well as dash trim, upholstery accents, or multitude ...
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      CPP's 13” Big Brake front system uses a 13” cross-drilled, gas slotted and zinc washed rotor, mounted to a 2024 T6 billet aluminum CNC machined anodized hub and a PBR C15 caliper that attaches to the CPP modular drop spindle with CPP custom caliper mounting brackets. PBR C15 calipers have twin 52mm pistons ...
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      Classic Performance Products, Inc. introduces their new control arms for 1955-57 Chevrolet passenger cars. These beautifully stamped replacements have the look and feel of original factory Tri-Five control arms. CPP’s arms come complete with ball joints and cross shafts installed and have a beautiful black powder coated finish. These ...
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      Sue Vanderbilt in a 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Seville “Baroness;" the show car that she styled for the Feminine Show. When you look back at General Motors’ rich design history, one of the most talented individuals, who made her career as part of GM’s vaunted Creative Design Team, was the late Suzanne E. Vanderbilt.

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      1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme advertising


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