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101 GM Muscle Car Performance Projects

101 GM Muscle Car Performance Projects

DATE C & BURNS M
Many of the most popular cars of the muscle era came from General Motors. Spread across the General's various marques were models like the Camaro, Chevelle, GTO, Cutlass, Skylark, Tempest, Impala, Monte Carlo, El Camino, and many others. This book will provide 101 hands-on how-to projects aimed directly at fans of classic GM muscle, showing them how to do just the kinds of projects that they want to do: restoration of the exterior and interior,...

$65.00




1973-1974 Pontiac Trans Am Super Duty 455: Muscle Cars In Detail No. 6 JULY 2017

1973-1974 Pontiac Trans Am Super Duty 455: Muscle Cars In Detail No. 6 JULY 2017

KLUCZYK, BARRY
Pontiac ushered in the muscle car era when it introduced the mid-size 1964 GTO with a 389. So it was fitting that Pontiac made the last legitimate muscle cars of era: the 1973 and 1974 Trans Am Super Duty 455. As a second-gen F-Body car, the Trans Am featured refined styling, handling, and ride, but still retained brutish power. However, because of rising gas prices and insurance costs, these cars were not produced in great numbers, so they are...

$40.00




1993-2002 Camaro And Firebird Performance Handbook

1993-2002 Camaro And Firebird Performance Handbook

POTAK JOSEPH
Few cars offer a mix of performance, style, and affordability as well as the fourth-generation Camaro and Firebird (commonly known as the F-body). While the cars are great as delivered, there is no shortage of aftermarket parts and modifications that can be made to greatly enhance the cars' capabilities. Author and F-body expert Joseph Potak guides readers through the often confusing task of choosing the best parts and modifications to ensure...

$60.00




Approved Pontiac Service Tin Sign

Approved Pontiac Service Tin Sign


$35.00




Camaro & Firebird GM's Power Twins PUBLICATION CANCELLED

Camaro & Firebird GM's Power Twins PUBLICATION CANCELLED

OLD CARS WEEKLY STAFF
The legions of Camaro and Firebird will have an easy, colourful read that includes photos and write-ups of every year of both cars, from 1967 to 2010. Camaro and Firebird have always been close cousins in the GM family - they were both introduced in 1967 to challenge Ford's Mustang, and they were tremendously popular both as muscle machines and refined daily driving coupes. Today, Camaros are still omnipresent as collector and hobby cars, and...

$30.00




Camaro & Firebird Performance Projects 1970-1981

Camaro & Firebird Performance Projects 1970-1981

TANN, JEFF
While the first-generation Chevy Camaros and Pontiac Firebirds are iconic cars that command high sale prices in restored and unmodified form, the second-generation Camaros and Firebirds are much more affordable. These Camaros often sell for only a few thousand dollars, and as a relative bargain compared to the early cars, many owners use these cars as a blank canvas to build an all-out performance car. Not only are the second-generation cars...

$55.00




Camaro/Firebird Performance Projects 1967-69

Camaro/Firebird Performance Projects 1967-69

MCGEAN, TERRY
Hemmings Muscle Machines Editor and author Terry McGean gives you a comprehensive guide to substantially improving the performance of the entire car. McGean instructs the reader how to install coil-over shocks, tubular suspension arms, subframe connectors, and roll bars for the front suspension. For rear suspension upgrades, how to install high-performance leaf springs and bars is covered. Also, you are shown how to install multi-link...

$55.00




Cars of Harley Earl - Features GMs Revolutionary Concept And Production Cars

Cars of Harley Earl - Features GMs Revolutionary Concept And Production Cars

TEMPLE, DAVID
At 6-foot, 3-inches tall, Harley Earl was an imposing figure, but his true stature lies in his towering talent for automotive design and styling. Over his 50-year career, he created as well as collaborated on the most innovative, bold, technologically advanced cars made by General Motors. As a titan of American auto design, the cars he helped create are still celebrated today. And as an enduring legacy, he inspired a generation of engineers,...

$80.00




Collectors Guide To GTO 1964-74

Collectors Guide To GTO 1964-74

ZAZARINE P

$50.00




Definitive Firebird & Trans Am Guide 1967-1981

Definitive Firebird & Trans Am Guide 1967-1981

ROTELLA, ROCKY
In the mid-1960s, Ford Motor Company took the automotive world by storm with the release of its new pony car, the Ford Mustang. It was the right car for the right time, and it caught General Motors a bit by surprise. One year later, after seeing the Mustang's enormous sales success, General Motors announced the development of its own pony-car platform, code-named "Panther," to enter the market and compete with the tremendously popular Mustang....

$80.00





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