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Super Chevy

February 2020

Gets down and dirty for you every month with in-depth technical articles covering the hottest engine combinations, trick suspension and brake testing, and full-on restoration. There's also complete product reviews, up-to-the-minute news and event coverage, as well as four exciting Tech Talk columns written by industry experts on Chevelles, Camaros, Novas, and '55-'57 Chevys.

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2 minutos
staying safe out there

We usually try to keep things on the lighter side here, but sometimes a serious topic needs to be brought up. This is about safety and how a small thing can lead to big consequences. Many of our hot rods don’t see a ton of street miles compared to our daily drivers, and therein lies the rub. You see, parts don’t just wear with use, they also wear over time. That’s why oil change intervals have time, as well as mileage, attached. This also applies to tires. If you drive your Chevy a few hundred, or even a few thousand, miles a year then chances are they are going to age out well before they wear out. Yeah, you’ll look at the tread and think they are great, but, in…

1 minutos
super chevy

EDITORIAL Network Content Director Douglas Glad Network Director, Street Rod/Super Chevy Groups Brian Brennan Editor Steven Rupp Managing Editor Bill Klein Group Tech Editor Jim Smart Tech Editor John Gilbert Feature Editor Taylor Kempkes Contributors Joe Greeves Drew Hardin Scotty Lachenauer Robert McGaffin Jason Reiss ART DIRECTION & DESIGN Design Director Markas Platt Art Director David Wardrop THE SUPER CHEVY NETWORK ON THE WEB WWW.SUPERCHEVY.COM WWW.CHEVYHIPERFORMANCE.COM WWW.VETTEWEB.COM ADVERTISING Network Advertising Director Angela Schoof-Ousley Eastern Sales Director Michael Essex (863) 860-6023 Western Sales Director Scott Timberlake (310) 531-5969 Ad Operations Manager Monica Hernandez Ad Operations Coordinator Gail Burns Executive Assistant Amy Watson Event Coordinator Yasmin Fajatin WEST Los Angeles: 831 S. Douglas St.,El Segundo, CA 90245; 310-531-9900 EAST New York: 850 Third Avenue,6th Floor, New York, NY 10022; 212-548-5555 NORTH Detroit: 4327 Delemere Court,Royal Oak, MI 48073; 248-594-5999 SOUTHEAST John Viscardo, 813-777-4489 SOUTHWEST Glenda R. Elam, 626-695-5950 TEN: PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLC President Kevin Mullan SVP, Editorial & Advertising Operations Amy Diamond General Manager, Automotive Network Tim Foss Senior Director,…

2 minutos
double deception

“Double Deception” was the title of a Dec. 1965 Hot Rod magazine feature on Don Nowell’s 1937 Chevy. What was deceptive about this cool B/Gasser? “Outward appearances of Don Nowell’s ’37 Chevy suggest a docile piece of transportation,” read the story’s subhead. “But the hidden craftsmanship and performance have earned it awards at both shows and drags.” We also know—and maybe this was left out of the story during editing—that the car started life as a 1938 coupe. When Don bought it as a roller in 1960, it had been a Southern California dry lakes racer. Don intended to drag race the car, and among the changes he made was to replace the car’s original steel front end with a tilt fiberglass nose using a hood, hood sides, and fenders splashed from…

6 minutos
split decision

Making the choice to build a custom muscle car is not one to be taken lightly. For Dave and Jamie Smith of Blue Springs, Missouri, the stunning twin-turbo ’71 Camaro you see here came after much discussion and deliberation. The longtime car lovers are fixated on all things automotive related and wanted to own a car that turned heads no matter where it was displayed. “We love cars, plain and simple. When we aren’t watching sports on TV the channel is usually tuned to some car restoration, auto auction programming, or movie about a car,” says Dave. “A few years ago, Jamie and I decided we wanted to see what kind of creation we could come up with. We wanted the looks to stay true to the original car in most respects,…

7 minutos
one stop g-stock!

Chevrolet brought us a mighty handsome second-gen Chevelle with its broad-shouldered quarter-panels, carefully chiseled grille, twinset headlights, and deep inset backlite for a slippery aerodynamic demeanor. Inside, these good-looking Chevelles deserve exciting and informative full instrumentation designed specifically for enthusiasts. Classic Instruments saw the need and provided us with a full set of gauges and a drop-in, perfect-fit Classic Dash instrument panel insert for our Chevelle project. We’re working with a base Chevelle 300 sedan, which was long on function, but not much on bling. That’s why we looked to Classic Instruments for solutions. “These are our G-Stock series instruments mounted in a Classic Dash panel for 1966-’67 Chevelles,” Devin Butterbrodt of Classic Instruments told us. “The Classic Dash line includes a selection of dashpanels for a wide variety of classic…

5 minutos
60 years new

When your hobby is your job, it’s always fun to go to work in the morning. When your job is to build cool custom cars, having fun is not only good for your soul but also for the bottom line! That’s how it works at Streetheat Customs in Melbourne, Florida. Gavin Broome and Matt Verzi worked for others for many years before teaming up to create their own business. Boasting more than 30 years of combined automotive experience, this pair of master craftsmen transforms rusted hulks into pristine show winners, exhibited and enjoyed with an active fan base around the world. Their latest, this beautiful 1958 Chevrolet Impala, had a humble beginning. Located on Craigslist, the car was fairly presentable, equipped with its original V-8, Powerglide, and drum brakes. It was…