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Rumors of his demise untrue
Jerry Jardine Still Alive, Still Making Headers Posted March 2 2012 02:12 PM by Jim Campisano

In the articles in the April 2012 issue of Super Chevy about the replica of the 1961 Old Reliable racecar and the interview with Bill Jenkins, is was written that noted longtime header builder Jerry Jardine was no longer...

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Filed under: Chevy News, Chevy Big Block, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 


1966 427 Biscayne Recreation
Attack of The Clones! Posted October 28 2011 06:57 AM by 55Guy

While at the Rockingham show last weekend we spotted Joe DeTullio's slick '66 427 Biscayne...

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Filed under: Chevy Tech, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

'66 Police Car
Hmm, Small town Police Interceptor? Posted January 12 2011 07:38 AM by 55Guy

On a recent visit back to the old Dunn Chevrolet in Alabama, I came across an interesting sales invoice from 1966...

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Mr. Editor Meets Mr. Super Sport
Sitting In A Piece Of History Posted May 14 2010 09:54 AM by Jim Campisano

By any measure, our Super Chevy Show in Virginia was a wild success. On a personal note, one of the highlights of the weekend was getting to meet Tommy Nolen and his wife, and getting an up-close and personal look at his...

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Filed under: Super Chevy Comments, Chevy Big Block, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

Video is interesting and sad
1959 Bel Air Vs '09 Malibu Posted March 16 2010 07:28 AM by Jim Campisano

There's been a video floating around on the internet for a few months now. It's of an offset head-on crash test done by the Insurance Institute For Highway Safety to commemorate its 50th anniversary and to point out how...

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This was an unexpected surprise
Junior Johnson's ’59 At The 500 Posted February 17 2010 04:22 PM by Jim Campisano

I took in my first Daytona 500 in 2010 and (like many of you) I feel it was a mixed bag. The racing, enhanced by larger openings in the restrictor plates, was more exciting than in years past and there was a near-record...

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Filed under: Chevy News, Chevy Big Block, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

World Products & Walden Automotive Are Close
New 409 Block Nears Production Posted February 2 2010 09:57 AM by Jim Campisano

Over the last 18 months, we've brought you updates of the new aluminum 409 block being engineered by World Products and Lamar Walden Automotive. Here's the latest on it. World Products, the noted provider of crankcases,...

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Filed under: Chevy Tech, Car Engine, Chevy Big Block, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

How about a half-dozen of them?
Great '58s Posted October 2 2009 07:28 AM by Jim Campisano

Once upon a time, the '58 Chevy got about as much respect as Rodney Dangerfield. Oh, after the film American Graffiti, interest picked up, but it died down again soon thereafter. We have seen a resurgence over the last...

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Filed under: Super Chevy Comments, Chevy Big Block, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

Is there room for '58s?
Classic Chevy Magazine Coming In June Posted February 19 2009 06:43 PM by Jim Campisano

Work is starting soon on the 2009 edition of Chevy Classics, our annual tribute to Tri-Five Chevys. Recently, someone put forth the question: Should we expand coverage in this magazine for '58 Chevys?

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Filed under: Super Chevy Comments, Chevy Big Block, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

pro50.com getting into vintage market
Big Boats Forever! Posted December 4 2008 01:45 PM by Jim Campisano

When it comes to vintage Chevys, we like ’em big. Buy ’em by the pound, we say. Joe Giaimo, owner of pro50.com, which makes shifters for late-model Mustangs, Camaros and Firebirds, is expanding his company to into the...

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Filed under: Chevy News, Drivetrain, Chevy Small Block, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

Doug Marion unearths gems
Vintage Jenkins, Super Chevy Posted October 16 2008 02:06 PM by Jim Campisano

While digging up photos for another great story, Super Chevy contributor Doug Marion found these two beauties from the 1986 Super Chevy Show at Maple Grove Raceway outside of Reading, Pennsylvania.

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Filed under: Super Chevy Comments, Super Chevy Shows, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

Where Have All These 50-Year-Old Chevys Come From?
2008: The Year Of The ’58 Posted October 2 2008 07:56 AM by Jim Campisano

We know that full-sized Chevys are all the rage. It says so right on the cover of the new Super Chevy, which has the Danchuk '57 and a righteous '61 on the cover. But since the first Super Chevy Show of the year, we've...

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Filed under: Super Chevy Comments, Other Chevy Engines, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

Will there be a General Motors in 2108?
100 Years of GM: A Belated Congratulations Posted September 22 2008 11:22 AM by Jim Campisano

I messed up last week. We've been so busy getting the next issue of Super Chevy out that I didn't have a chance to blog on September 16 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of General Motors. I hang my head in shame.

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'69 SS427 Impala
Here's a rare one! Posted September 11 2008 01:28 PM by 55Guy

While at the SC Show in Joliet, a unique car showed up in the car corral...

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Filed under: Chevy Events, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

Maybe we need a new class at the Super Chevy Show series
Pro Stroller Impala Posted September 3 2008 01:54 PM by Jim Campisano

Here's something you don't see every day—a Pro Street baby stroller. It's a custom one-off built by Mike Eden, owner of the outrageous Pro Street Nova that graced the December 2006 cover of Super Chevy.

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Filed under: Super Chevy Comments, Super Chevy Shows, Other Chevy Engines, 1958 - 1970 Chevrolet Full Size  | 

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