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Amsoil/Street Rodder's Road Tour '59 Impala

Amsoil/Street Rodder's Road Tour '59 Impala

The Chevrolet Impala arrived in 1958 as an upscale alternative to the Bel Air, creating a more competitive mid-price ride with a sporty demeanor. With its cool crossed checkered flags and distinctive silhouette, the Impala quickly became Chevrolet's widely recognized flagship nameplate. Those old enough to remember the era understand '58 was a standalone model year, styling-wise, with a new X-frame chassis underneath that would remain a GM mainstay through 1964. The all-new '59 … Continue reading »

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Hardware 101: Nuts, Bolts, and Organization

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Don't re-assemble your project with used nuts and bolts, start your restoration with the right hardware. All of it. Let Classic Industries simplify your project with one of our convenient hardware kits. No dirty nuts and no rusty bolts. Just brand new fasteners, sorted and labeled to make sure your vehicle has the same grade of hardware as the day it left the factory, with no missing or leftover pieces. Continue reading »

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'71 K5 Blazer - Legendary Legacy

'71 K5 Blazer - Legendary Legacy

Like the demise of an endangered species, it's always hard to see a classic car model line come to an end. Whether it's due to changing consumer needs, rising gas prices, or corporate accountants saying the vehicle isn't profitable anymore, far too many great car platforms have met an untimely end over the years. Although it's sad, this process provides classic car enthusiasts like us with a unique opportunity to preserve … Continue reading »