CCM Rod Shop introduces our newest product in our "Classic Series" line of parts. Their 5 Hole Fully Ribbed Gauge Panel. This Beautifully machined gauge panel has been machined from a solid piece of 3/4" 6061 aluminum. It has a
Welcome to a true Mopar-lover’s paradise. There’s nothing quite like it anywhere in the world with over 2,100 vehicles from all eras of the Chrysler brand, classics, muscle cars, high-performance new models all converge on Carlisle for a one of a kind weekend. You need to be here for the enormous showfield that is organized by year, make and model, special indoor displays, activities for the kids, industry guests, special prizes and NHRA drag racing. Interested in parts buying? Look no further! You’ll be amazed at the size of the swap meet, the variety of vendors, the car corral, and the Manufacturers Midway. Whether you prefer the A, B or E body style – this show has it all! Registration is available online or by calling our office at (717) 243-7855. Please note: refunds will not be issued less than 19 days prior to the beginning of the event and winners' lists are subject to change.
New to this event is Early-Bird Thursday. By attending on Thursday, anyone interested in looking for a deal as part of the swap meet or car corral can get a jump on those who may not arrive until Friday or later. Admission costs apply for Thursday, however; there is no charge for parking in Carlisle owned and operated lots.
Online showfield registration is available for the 2014 event. If you'd prefer, registration is also available by calling our office at (717) 243-7855. Please note: refunds will not be issued less than 19 days prior to the beginning of the event and winners' lists are subject to change.
Having piloted numerous Top Fuelers and Funny Cars since the 1960s, Kenny Bernstein returned to drag racing full-time and full-throttle with his self-sponsored Chelsea King Funny Car and fully-equipped operation. Commissioned by racing-engine legend Ed Pink, the Chelsea King was built and prepared by the best using only the best. The leading-edge
This incredible 1970 Oldsmobile 442 “W-Machine” is a three-owner car from new. While Robert “Rug” Kazley knew exactly what he wanted and ordered a W-30 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible at Fullerton, California’s Hansel Oldsmobile, he was forced to wait six months until March 4, 1970 to finally take delivery of his dream car.
Options specified by “Rug” included the W-30 455 cubic-inch engine, a four-speed manual transmission, 3.91:1 rear gears, and the extremely rare W-27 aluminum rear-axle carrier and housing cover. In fact, this 442 is the sole known example ordered new with the W-27 option, which was offered as a regular-production option only for 1970. Other items chosen by “Rug” included the Rally Package, 8-Track tape deck, and no floor console, with Galleon Gold paint, a white convertible top, white upholstery, steel wheels with “poverty” caps, and stripe delete. However, when the 442 was finally delivered to Hansel Oldsmobile, the car arrived with black side stripes anyway, consequently making the 442 a very rare three-color car.
During the 1950s, sales of European sport cars were on the rise due to the popular interest among many American car buffs. It wasn’t long before General Motors, Ford, and Kaiser-Frazer generated their own automotive sports line to enter the competition. In 1953, General Motors introduced the Corvette model appearing at the Waldorf Motorama shows. In
Many automotive enthusiasts will state that one of the most popular and interesting automobile designs of all time was the Dodge Viper. The powerful design was generated in efforts to recapture the thrill of driving through open air. When it came to aerodynamics, the vehicle’s long hood design and swept back dramatic angles gave the car a classic yet, dynamic appeal.
The B&M Console QuickSilver Shifter for 1968-1969 Camaro (Automatic TH-350 and 400) is a top of the line ratchet action shifter that provides performance without a trigger. To get into park or reverse from drive, just lift the knob/stick assembly and move it forward into position. It's cable operated for easy installation and precise shifting. A 5 foot precision B&M shift cable and all the mounting hardware for TH-350/400/700R4 is included or you can use you existing stock cable set-up for ease of installation. The shifter easily adapts from 3 to 4-speed transmissions making it perfect for stock and upgraded vehicles. Back-up light and neutral safety switches are fully incorporated into the shifter and has a lighted gear position indicator window. The chrome bezel, stick, and knob are accented by the black "slit" style boot and deep blue knob insert giving your first generation Camaro that classic muscle car look, all while providing the fast shifting, smooth ratchet action that B&M has always been famous for.
Finally, a brake kit designed to work for almost any car or truck with a Mustang
II front end! Classic Performance Product’s Inc.’s designed their new brake system to work with stock or drop Mustang II spindles and is available in 5x4.5 and 5x4.75 bolt patterns (passenger car) as well as 5x5, and 6x5.5 (Chevy truck) and 5x5.5 (Ford truck). This new kit uses 11.7” rotors (upgraded slotted cross drilled rotors are also available), mounted to a forged CNC machined anodized hubs, and CPP’s new big bore metric caliper. CPP’s new metric caliper is an all new design, lighter, stronger, with an increased size that offers more than a 20% increase in stopping power. This brake kit is designed to work with Mustang II spindles or Mustang II style IFS front ends including Total Cost Involved, Heidt’s, FatMan Fabrications, and Chassis Engineering. CPP’s kit is sold outright or as an upgrade to any of their independent front suspension Mustang II kits.