“I beat on her; she’s purpose-built. If she turns out sorta pretty then no complaints. I drive her hard—no $10,000 paint jobs here,” Matt began.
We recently caught up with our “No Shows No Problem” winner Roy Bryson and his 1969 Chevelle SS.
After a successful virtual car show, we have finally crowned a winner! Please give a big virtual round of applause to Roy Bryson from Oakland, California and his mean 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle.
Today’s Cool Car Find is this real Chevelle SS.
The Final Four results are in, did your pick advance? Which car should win it all?
With Ford vs Ford and Chevy vs Chevy Final Four now solidified, which one of these industry powerhouses do you expect to take home the championship?
It’s the end of 2019, and all of us here at Tonya Kay’s Pinup Pole Show want to thank RacingJunk for having us another year, and wish all of our readers a happy new year!
This pro-street Chevelle is one MEAN machine!
The Project Chevelle boys are ready to get launching after they’ve installed their new 9-inch out back.
GM’s ZR1 motor can now be ordered as a crate motor thanks to the folks at Chevrolet Performance.