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Category Archive: Car Features, CHEVY

Car Feature: Bitchin’ Blue Custom 1965 Acadian Wagon

When we saw Dave Show’s 1965 Acadian Wagon, sitting in The Grove at Famoso Raceway during DragFest, we fell in love with the killer stance, insane paint, and cool cruiser vibe. The fact that...

BangShift Garage Spotlight: A Bitchin Blue Big Block 1969 Nova Super Sport We Wish We Had

It’s BangShift Garage Spotlight time, and this week we chose my69rat and his amazing big-block, 4-speed, 1969 Nova SS. He’s kind of a lurker on the BangShift.com forums, but that...

Win the Lottery and Buy the Friggin’ A-Team Van!

We remember Mike Meyers for his funny TV characters, being the voice of Shrek, starring in such cinematic hits as, So I Married an Ax Murderer, and generally being as funny as a Canadian can be....

Mini-Feature: An Upclose Look at Mike Piraino’s Wild Twin Turbo Super Comp/Top Dragster Rail! [w/dyno video]

When Chad called me breathlessly from the pits a Pomona during the NHRA Winternationals, I figured he had been chasing the ice cream truck…again. As it turns out, he was going ape over this...

Video: 48 Hour Camaro Highlights including Air Conditioning Tech

If you missed out on the crazy, live, build of the 48 Hour Camaro, you missed out on a lot. We’ve got video coming over the next few weeks highlighting all the components that went into this...

Car Feature: GNRS-Winning 1955 Chevy Show Car

Steve and Lisa Caspary’s 1955 Chevy is a full-on, serious show car. So serious in fact, that the shoebox took first place in its category at the Grand National Roadster Show, one of the premier...

Car Feature: Stunning 1955 Chevy Nomad, With Video!

Chevy Nomads are one of the few cars that will be eternally cool. Maybe that’s why Robert “Nick” Nichols wanted one and was willing to wait for it—for 50 years to be exact!...

Car Feature: 10.0-Second Small-Block 1973 Camaro, No Nitrous! Plus Vintage Photos

It seems like most guys’ hot rods get put into one form or another and live there forever. You built a Pro Street car in the 1980s and it’s probably still sporting steamroller tires out...