Been an exhausting weekend

Having been running this thing for the past few months with open headers, I decided to give the neighbors and myself a break, and get the exhaust installed. Something easier said than done. To say the header fit is tight, is a understatement. My initial plan was to use stubby flanged down pipes to meet up with the rest of the exhaust system. Quickly it became clear that wasn’t going to happen as both lower control arm mounts were in the way. Not having a bender, and not wanting to spend $40 for a piece of mandrel bent pipe, I decided to make my own. I made multiple fish mouth cuts in each pipe allowing the pipe to curve, and clear the mounts. It worked, though with no more than a 1/4″ clearance on the passengers side. This then required quite a bit of welding and grinding, but it worked. Read more
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First ZL1 Camaro Ever Built Sells For $400,000

By 1969 NHRA Super Stock drag racing was as big as it had ever been, with the factories battling every weekend across the country to win new fans, and buyers, to their respective brands. So it was only natural that Chevrolet’s determined Product Promotions Manager Vince Piggins and two of his drag racing stalwarts should pool their talents and imaginations to come up with one of the wildest and most famous Super Stockers of all time, the Fred Gibb-Dick Harrell 1969 ZL1 Camaro. Read more
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