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Become an online Classic Chevy advocate!

Become an online Classic Chevy advocate! Here is something you can do from the comfort of home. Work part time and become a Classic Chevy online … [Read More...]

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57 Chevy Nomad

By Henry Martinez I grew up in Milliken, Colorado (about 60 miles north of Denver) in the 1950s. Milliken was a small farming community back then. My … [Read More...]

Classic Chevy Quick Tips

Lug Nut Removal Tip

Lug Nut Removal Tip: Conscientious detailers worry about scratching or chipping chrome off nice lug nuts when removing the wheels. To protect their … [Read More...]

Chevy Technical Features

Why Don’t They Make That Part?

Why don’t they make it for my car? Story and photography supplied by Colin Date One of the most common questions in classic Chevy car circles is: … [Read More...]

More Classic Chevy News

Tri-5s At The Atlanta Motorama!

April 18-19, 2015 Well, the 2nd annual Atlanta Motorama has come and gone. There were plenty of awesome cars for all to see, unfortunately the weather didn’t cooperate. On and off again rain showers most of the day Saturday (April 18th), and a full-on downpour on Sunday really put a damper on things. We managed […]

This ’55 Needs Your Vote!

By Chris and Judy Rowe Our ’55 Chevy is wearing many parts we bought from Eckler’s over the past 6+ years and we are pushing hard to take over the #1 spot for the Goodguys Homebuilt National Champion award.  We need votes!!!! We can’t let a 1941 Willys win over a 55 Chevy! We are in […]

Eckler’s New Distribution Center Completed

Eckler’s State-of-the-Art Warehouse/Distribution Center Completed Eckler’s celebrates its $9.5M facility expansion with a grand opening ceremony. City leaders, company executives and many others attended the opening of the automotive leader’s distribution center and warehouse. Titusville, FL December 17, 2014 Eckler Industries, Inc., the nation’s largest provider of restoration parts and accessories for classic and enthusiast […]

Canned Air Tip

Dust Buster (or a generic “canned air” product) is commonly used to clean computer keyboards. Basically, it is cold, compressed air in a can. It works great for blasting unwanted debris from your car’s nooks and crannies. We’ve used it to blast dust from interior vents and to remove dried, crusty wax residue on the […]

Project ’55 Bel Air: July 2014 Update

(continued from Project Car: ’55 Bel Air, 2 Door Hardtop) Project ’55 Bel Air: April 2014 Update Project ’55 Bel Air: May 2014 Update Project ’55 Bel Air: June 2014 Update When it comes to making a decision on what rear end to use in your Tri-5, there really is no substitute for the Ford […]