Introduction The iconic 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air swooped in and immediately won the hearts of car enthusiasts in Autumn of 1954.  It came in six body styles ranging from a four door wagon to a sporty 2 door with a convertible option.  There was also a V8 engine option, which was the first time Chevrolet…

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The 1973 Chevrolet Corvette came with quite a few changes.  The main differences in the 1973 Corvettes versus the 1968 – 1972 models was mainly internal though slight changes, such as guard rails for both doors, high rise intakes, & a medium rise hood designed for performance was added. Code Name Color Chip A Classic…

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The 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle didn’t change much from its previous iterations. Pretty much, the only change was the reworked bumper and blackout tail panel. A three speed automatic was added as an additional option for the 67 Chevrolet Chevelle. A     Tuxedo Black C     Ermine White D     Nantucket Blue Poly E     Deepwater…

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350 Camaro SS With Urechem Custom Paint

The majority of luxury vehicles you see on the road are most likely not hotrod red or neon orange. They’re timeless hues of “diamond,” “titanium silver,” and “Tahitian pearl” – in other words, white, gray, and black. Neutral paint colors are a safe bet, because car owners assume they retain the highest resale values. New…

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Tony and Tonya Hills sent in their ride, and we have to say it looks amazing. They used EyeKandy Electric Purple and the results are great! We would like to thank Tony and Tonya Hill for sharing their beautifully painted ride with us. To see our full color lineup, or to order UreChem Custom Automotive…

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The 1968 Camaro didn’t stray much from the 1967 Camaro design. Primarily, the side vents were removed and replaced with a fresh-air-inlet system called “Astro Ventilation”. In 1968, the government started required side marker lights, so Chevrolet added side markers to the front and rear fenders to be fully compliant. The grill was more pointed…

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The 1965 Ford Mustang, also known as the 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang, was introduced five months before the 1965 production year. The U-Code / Low End 1965 Ford Mustang had a 170 cu in (2.8 L) Straight-6 engine which was taken from the 1964 Ford Falcon and was mated to a 3-Speed manual transmission. The…

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The 1971 Ford Mustang was introduced to the public in 1970 under the approval of the former General Motors President, Semon Knudsen. The 1971 Ford Mustang grew by threw inches to hold the 429 big block. The 429 big block was a 7.0L V8 that put out 375bhp @ 5200 RPM and 450 ft. lb…

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The 1969 Ford Mustang grew up a little by lengthening the body by almost four inches and adding an extra half-inch the the body’s width. 1969 was the first year that the Mach 1 was introduced to the Ford Mustang lineup. The 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 has a truly functional “shaker” hood scoop, along…

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The second generation, 1968 Dodge Charger (B-Body) was fully redesigned to separate it from the Dodge Coronet models. The 1968 Dodge Charger came with a 5.2L, 318 cu. in engine until later in the year when a 3.7L, 225 cu. in engine became available. Additionally, Dodge introduced a high performance packaged, dubbed the R/T which…

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