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      The E-Stopp replaces your existing hand, pedal or lever brake and mounts conveniently under your vehicles carriage. The E-Stopp attaches directly to your current E-Brake cable and has a micro-computer that regulates the proper amount of pressure to your braking system.

      Other features include a rugged exterior casing, audible recognition (required in some states), ...
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      During 1955, General Motors had one of their best years in terms of sales and achievements. Mr. Alfred P. Sloan Jr., Former Vice President of GM and GM Chairman of the Board, and Mr. Harlow H. Curtice, President of GM, and Mr. Harley J. Earl, Vice President of Design, were among the many great leaders that contributed to GM making the 1955 outstanding achievement and success in sales award possible. To right Mr. Harlow H. Curtice, President of GM, and Mr. ...
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      During the late 1960s and early 1970s, the major product line for Plymouth performance muscle cars started an unprecedented success for the growing performance automotive market. Plymouth was one of the highest volume sale leaders in the industry. Plymouth offered additional performance engines and packages for consumers to upgrade for street or track use. Not only did the vehicle itself draw attraction but the new available color options, Sassy Grass Green and ...
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      The multiple award-winning 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS454 LS 6 coupe offered here is one of just 6 finished by the factory in brilliant Daytona Yellow. Restored to Concours quality by Harbor Auto Restoration using all original or correct date-coded components, it has all the pieces that made the LS6 SS a muscle car legend: the solid-lifter 454/450 HP engine, M22 “Rock ...
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      The NHRA and AHRA may have been writing the rule books, but the game of one-upmanship between the factories at the dawn of the 1960s seemed to escalate with each passing weekend as one performance package after another issued from Detroit. In 1963 Chevrolet made a bold leap forward with the Z11 Impala, a lightweight match-racer that drew on the lessons of the recent past to dominate Super Stock and the fledgling ...
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      Complete Rear Coil-Over Conversion Kit

      CPP’s new Complete Rear Dual Adjustable Coil-Over Kit is designed to convert your 1963-72 Chevy truck to a corner carving, performance driving vehicle! Our kit includes our new Totally Tubular Trailing arms, coil over springs and dual adjustable coil over shocks and all the mounting hardware to make this rear suspension

      Complete Front Coil-Over Conversion Kit

      Get that cool street rod stance and track proven performance for your 1963-87 Chevrolet C10 Truck! Our Complete Front Coil-Over Conversion Kits include dual-adjustable coil-over shocks, spanner wrench and bearing kit, our Totally Tubular™ upper and lower control arms, and all the mounting brackets and hardware for a simple bolt-on installation.

      Honoring Suzanne E. Vanderbilt and the GM Damsels of Design

      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.

      Vanderbilt was one of the original Damsels of Design – a group of eight, great talented female designers that the famed Harley Earl hired during the early days of the 1950s.

      From basic pencils sketches to designing

      The year 1978 was a great era for Oldsmobile

      1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme advertising

      Throughout history, the Oldsmobile story has inspired many automotive historians with its rich and celebrated heritage which started right in Michigan’s capital city of Lansing.

      I remember a particularly exciting year in 1978 when Oldsmobile introduced their new line of vehicles and automotive catalogues to the buying public. My first impression was that Oldsmobile was using 1978 to create a family-oriented lineup of new cars. The company used its advertising and marketing to highlight many traditional family values

      The 1966 Dodge Dart models were seeking rebel drivers

      The year 1966 was a great year for automotive sales in the U.S. Many car manufacturers were doing very well for the economy and in 1966 the average cost for a new Dodge vehicle sold for $ 2,280 and the price of gasoline for 32 cents a gallon.
      The Chrysler Corporation was also doing very well within the automotive markets with its popular Dodge Dart models. The 1966 Dodge Dart models made their debut in Dodge dealerships on September 30, 1965.

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      1956 Chevrolet 210 Sedan

      Based on a 1956 Chevrolet 210 Sedan, this recently completed mild custom was built to showcase the timeless factory “Tri-Five” heritage. With a new GM Performance ZZ4 power plant backed by a factory-fresh GM 700R4 transmission, it is equipped with rack-and-pinion steering, four-wheel Wilwood disc

      1966 Shelby GT350 Fastback

      To ensure that Shelby American would have its 1966 GT350 models in dealerships when Ford released the new ‘66 Mustangs, Shelby ordered an additional 252 cars from Ford’s San Jose plant at the very end of 1965 production. These ‘change-over’ cars (often referred to as ‘carry-overs’) were essentially Shelby-spec ’65 GT350s, and received the same performance modifications,