One of the reasons I think there’s so much automatic hate among many car enthusiasts is that for so very long, automatics were abysmal, fun-killing three- and four-speed units. Now they’re fast-shifting, with fancy paddles, and offer lots of gears. But where does the insanity end?
Ask yourself which is older, your car parts or your teeth?
If it is your teeth, congratulations on excellent dental health. However, if it is your car parts, then it is about time to replace those aging parts with something made in the current century.
I’m sure you are saying to yourself: “Self, does it really matter how old my car parts are as long as my car is still working?” You are probably shrugging and responding: “I don’t think so?”
If you are installing parts from Fesler on your vehicle and need assistance, our installation instructions are posted on-line. Just click on any part to view its installation instructions or to see all of our instructions at once, click here.
Just a few short weeks after Barrett Jackson, WestWorld in Scottsdale, Ariz. came alive again with the sound of engines as a few hundred cars rolled in for the Good Guys Rod and Custom 7th Annual Spring Nationals on March 4th, 5th and 6th.
We were out there and snapped a few pics of the cars as well as what the vendors had on display. Our own booth featured an old fan favorite that is currently undergoing an overhaul.
Sick video of a Fesler Built 1955 Chevy 2010.
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In 1986, Pilkington, a company known world-wide for its excellent automotive glass, purchased a company called LOF. (Libby-Owens-Ford)
What does that have to do with the price of tea in China? Well, as it happens, it’s the catalyst to providing you with flush-mount glass for your classic muscle car.
“With a modest budget in-hand we set off to find a suitable project car, and once we find the bonemaro in the California Desert, things start rolling. Watch Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa use all their knowledge and resources to pick the perfect low-buck engine program, with tons of money-saving tips and tweaks along the way.”