Posts Tagged ‘viair’

Boxing Match! This ’66 Nova II Puts on the Gloves

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Box Novas have always been great quarter-mile warriors due to their light weight. Cram a potent small-block in one, slick it down, uncork the pipes, and go racing is the recipe many follow when embarking on a box Nova build. While they make excellent race cars, they are also easy on the eyes, and with the right suspension, wheel and tire, power train, and body and paint modifications, can make excellent street able muscle cars. (more…)

Grounded Impala Installing Air Ride on Your Classic Chevy

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Normally, an Impala flat on the ground conjures up visions of hydraulics and wire wheels. But more and more mid-‘60s Impalas are being customized to combine the best of muscle power and luxury. The suspension featured on the 1965 Impala SS can also be found  on many other GM cars of the era, and sports a coil spring setup with control arms up front and trailing arms and a panhard bar in the back. (more…)