Pro StreetLT13 speed auto, professionally tubed, rear end, 15" wide street tires on rear with 6" on front. Overall very good shape Powered by a Gm with sniper fuel injection turbo manual shift trans
The original had a hole in one piston and a lot of stuff was cobbled up. I repainted the car in It took another five years to get it to the point it is now.
Don and Kathy Hoover are the quintessential drag racing couple: they met at the track, both enjoy racing, and each has their own racecar. This all-steel shoebox Chevy has big boosted power under the hood and still can be driven to just about any car show. During that time he was a regular at U.
John answered 5 years ago. How are you going to drive it? Street every day? Higher gears for gas economy.
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This weekend at the 65th Chevrolet Performance U. Their target? To run quicker than 5.
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Posted by GreaseGirl on Oct 13, in Racing 3 comments. As I arrived at his place, I expected to see a trailer. Not this time — because this Chevy dragster is street legal!
When taking on the build of any hot rod it's always smart to start with a well-balanced plan, regardless of whether you're going to build a show car, reliable driver, or something in between. For Matt Bakas of Georgetown, Massachusetts, forming his idea for the perfect hop-up started back when he was knee-high to a Deuce bumper since he still has his first entrance ticket to New England Dragway from when he was 5 years old. Being born into an automotive family it was a tradition to visit the dragstrip with his dad, Mark, and brothers, Andrew and Dave, to experience the fusion of nitro and smoky burnouts on a regular basis.