Posts Tagged ‘Classic Performance Products’

Mike McDonald’s ‘70 Chevelle SS

Monday, November 14th, 2011

Mike McDonald doesn’t believe in doing anything halfway. If he’s going in for a nickel, he is going in for it all. And when he isn’t working or spending time with his family, he can be found doing one of three things: boating, golfing or “tinkering” with one of his classic cars. As you can tell by the photos of his ‘70 Chevy Chevelle SS, he takes his tinkering pretty seriously. (more…)

Stuff You Gotta Have!

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

CLASSIC PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS

CPP’s new nickel-plated U-joints are CNC machined and precision broached for a perfect fit. Stainless steel sealed bearing cap and nickel plating gives a polished, stainless look. It works up to a 30-degree angle. All popular sizes are available. (more…)

Installing Classic Performance Products Disc Brakes and Tubular A-arms

Monday, April 18th, 2011

Even we found it hard to believe, but there are still some cars rolling around out there that don’t have adequate brakes. Take this ‘67 Camaro, for example. When it arrived at D&P Classic Chevrolet in Huntington Beach, California, the owner told Darryl Nance that he wanted his Chevy to stop and handle better, but that the car wasn’t a race car, just one that he wanted to cruise around town in. (more…)