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Today in the shop we are talking about what to look for when buying a classic. All the way down to fitment of the panels, we are taking a deep dive to make sure you can cover the bases and bring home the best project car or truck possible. // FPAUTOPARTS.com - Shop Holley Parts: Here - Shop all Tail Gate Panels: Here - Shop Trim Parts: …
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Unless you have been living under a rock the last few years, you will know that the Squarebody pickup truck is slowly taking over local car shows. With these trucks gaining popularity over the last couple of years, aftermarket companies have started to take notice, US INCLUDED! The Squarebody truck was once just a truck, but now with the presence of the automotive af …
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Is your project car or truck running hot or even over heating? It may be time to replace the OEM radiator in your vehicle. Cold Case Aluminum Radiators are some of the best in the aftermarket. With options that are direct fit Cold Case makes installation easy. Some Radiator can be bought as a kit to include a shroud and fans to get the most out of your need cool …
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Video: Why Are GM Square Body Trucks So HOT Right Now?

Posted by David Alkire on Jun 11th 2021

Unless you've been living under a rock for the last 2 years, you will know that the Squarebody truck is quickly becoming one of Americas favorite classic vehicles. If you've been to a car show, meet, auction or any other type of car event lately, we know you've seen a least two Squarebody trucks while you were there. These GM trucks were made 1973-1987, so they have have bee …
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Video: Replacing Our Chevy C10's Window Weatherstripping

Posted by David Alkire on May 28th 2021

Today in the shop we are changing out the window weatherstripping on our Chevrolet C10. When restoring a classic car or a classic truck, you'll find that the weatherstripping is usually old, hard and breaking apart. Which those problems can cause squeaks, water leaks, air noises and raddles. Fixing these problems is not hard...as long as you go with a high quality pr …
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