Classic Industries is making a concentrated effort to increase support for the Spanish-speaking enthusiast community, keeping them ahead of the curve in predicting market trends as well as customer service.
Lets take a look at some products that got us fired up this blistering July.
What follows are the final tips for our giant 88-tip series. Check them out!
This time around, we’ll look at everything from thermostat housing bolts to dead dash lamps and little of everything in between.
There’s something here for every GM musclecar fan.
Welcome to part 3 of our giant 88 restoration, maintenance and performance-tip series for GM musclecars.
Here’s our second batch of tips. Check ‘em out and stay tuned; the countdown has just begun!
Working on a vintage musclecar project can become downright trying. On the other hand, finishing a task properly provides a feeling of fulfillment and satisfaction that’s tough to beat.
SEMA 2018 kicked off with the new products, new Yenko reveals and a host of glorious builds. From the new 1,000-Horsepower 426 Crate HEMI Engine from MOPAR to the original Bullitt Mustang to a variety of customized classics, the 2018 SEMA show has yet to disappoint.
Classic Industries is known for forward thinking when it comes to product lines, moving beyond the traditional first generation classics before a lot of others. RacingJunk talked to them about the best in modern muscle, and got some of their picks for a great project car.