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"Hottest Coupe" at SEMA: 1000hp Yenko/SC Stage II Camaro

Walking through the SEMA Show in Las Vegas is an overwhelming experience. Each year, the show fills the Las Vegas Convention Center (and its outdoor parking lots) with thousands of custom cars, trucks, and motorcycles of every kind. Whether you're into modern muscle cars, meticulously-restored classics, lowriders, trucks, pro-touring resto-mod builds, or any other subset of the automotive culture, you'll find countless examples of vehicles that fit your favorite theme. Continue Reading

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1955 Chevy Bel Air - Turquoise Gem

1955 was an important year for Chevrolet. It marked the first year of the iconic model that would eventually become known by fans as the Tri Five. The top-trim version of this Chevy model was the Bel Air, which could be ordered as either a standard two-door "post" version with a B-pillar at the midpoint of the roof, or a pillarless "hardtop" version. The '55 Bel Air also featured extra chrome trim and a selection of more than a dozen eye-catching two-tone color combinations. Continue Reading

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SEMA Build: 1971 Camaro by Bill Dunn One Stop Shop

Here at Classic Industries, we always love to see our parts go to good use, whether they're on simple daily-driven projects or on far more elaborate show-stopping builds. The car seen here is most certainly in the latter category. Every inch of this 1971 Camaro has been restored, upgraded, or customized in some way. Continue Reading



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