If eight is great, twelve is torrid. The only substitute for cubic inches is more cubic inches! A Camaro, just off the assembly line, can offer its owner power, style and performance without much additional effort. Streetable Camaros are not uncommon on the National Parts Depot showfield at the Carlisle Chevrolet Nationals. Along with daily drivers, the grounds have even more cars, Camaros or otherwise that have seen many aftermarket upgrades. Every car at Carlisle may turns heads...Read More
’68 CHEVY NOVA: 468-INCH BIG-BLOCK!
Holly Clark has been drag racing since she was eight; twelve years later has won six annual Championships in a row! Holly Clark, a British Columbia (Canada) native, races a ’68 Chevy Nova powered by a bored and stroked 468-inch Big-Block. In years past she has competed and won in Junior Dragster and High School Pro categories. She’s currently starting her 10th season and her Nova is nailing quarter-mile trap speeds of 114 mph. Her “home” tracks are in the Pacific Northwest: Mission, Ashcro...Read More
’14 MUSTANG SUPERCAR: HOLLYWOOD HOT ROD!
Hollywood Hot Rods turns a Mustang convertible into a drop-top Supercar, with styling to match for the SEMA Show. Unlike typical custom Mustang variants, this one showcases hand-formed aluminum bodywork including a lift-off roof. Hollywood Hot Rods is challenging Supercars with its ‘14 Ford Mustang GT convertible. While the classic style and proportions of Mustang say performance even in stock form, the team at Hollywood Hot Rods wanted to create something truly unique with this project car ...Read More