The Chevy Suburban is America’s longest-running automotive nameplates, serving families, businesses and the military since the mid-1930s. Join James as he explores the rich history of the Suburban, and why America has kept it around for so long!
At first, the customer just wanted to upgrade the brakes and suspension. Before long, it escalated into a complete resto-rod project. [More…]
This ’47 Chevy autocrosser was built at home by a Father and Son for under $2,000 and good old fashioned thinking and a lot of junk parts. [More…]
Garrett Randall’s pro-touring ’70 Corvette Stingray is powered by an LS6 / Tremec T-56 transmission on suspension by Van Steel Corvettes. [More…]