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SEMA 2015 - The Car Chasers Interview

SEMA 2015 - The Car Chasers Interview

At the SEMA show in Las Vegas, we were lucky enough to have Jeffery, Meggan, and Eric of The Car Chasers and Skidmarks Show stop by our booth. In this video, they explain how the Classic Industries parts catalogs have been essential to getting their project vehicles back on the road, especially in the rush before SEMA 2015. We have been proud to help The Car Chasers with many of their … Continue reading »

Classic Customer Cars

1971 Charger - Richard Petty Tribute Car

Blue 71 Charger Richard Petty

Even if you're not familiar with auto racing or NASCAR, you've probably heard the name Richard Petty. The man nicknamed "The King" is a legend in motorsports, with 7 NASCAR championship wins and a record-breaking 200 career race wins. Aside from his many personal achievements, Petty is known for something else: Petty blue paint. Rumors state that this iconic bright blue color was created when Petty didn't have enough white or … Continue reading »

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Petrolicious Video: "El Hemi" 1970 Challenger Restoration

Petrolicious Video: "El Hemi" 1970 Challenger Restoration

One of our favorite aspects of classic car restoration is the impact it has on families across generations. Vehicles are often passed down from father to son to grandson, developing a significance that far transcends the metal, rubber, fabric, and glass they're constructed from. This video from Petrolicious perfectly demonstrates the importance of a classic muscle car to one family in Indiana. The 426ci Hemi-powered 1970 Challenger R/T was originally … Continue reading »