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!
Secret 1970s Factory Slap Shifter ~ The Engineers Must’ve Been Racers
This factory shifter could be bumped up one gear at a time to prevent skipping a gear or accidentally hitting neutral at full throttle. [More…]
Build Watch: C10 Clash ~ 2 Trucks, 2 Styles, 2 Budgets
Follow a pair of Chevrolet classic trucks (a Squarebody and 67-72 C-10) built in two different styles and on two different budgets. [More…]
Rebuilding Gas Monkey Garage’s Wrecked 1976 Chevrolet C10
Alex Rebuilds picks up the wrecked Richard Rawlings and Aaron Kaufman built Gas Monkey Garage 7976 Chevy C10 for a full rebuild. [More…]