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Front end rebuild kit Our front end rebuild kit offers all new quality parts from Federal Mogul, Pro Forged, Gen II. Rubber bushings, inner and outer tie rods, center link, upper and lower ball joints, SD tie rod
This Pro Touring 1968 Camaro started out life with a vintage V-6 engine, and now is powered by a high-performing and reliable modern LT1 crate engine.
From Classic to Modern Muscle, the Pro-Touring Series is bred for high performance. Maximum dish to high offset applications, 4-piston disc to monster 6-piston brakes.
How to Build GM Pro-Touring Street Machines [Tony E. Huntimer] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The photos in this edition are black and white. GM's muscle cars of the '60s and '70s were great for their time - but what they did best was go in a straight line. Today's performance cars have it all though - speed
Speedtech Performance’s Pro Touring Front Subframe for the 1967-1969 Camaro and Firebird is designed as a bolt-in package that will take your 1st generation F body to an entirely new level of performance!
Travis Yoder’s 1969 Camaro combines the best of Pro Touring with supercar style.
Clean Slate. Did you see the wicked second gen Corvette that graced Speedhunters a few weeks back? That was the car that first put Brian Hobaugh on my Speedhunting radar, when I witnessed him ripping around (and kicking some serious ass) at a Goodguys AutoCross event.
Touring car racing is a motorsport road racing competition with heavily modified road-going cars. It is popular in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Britain, Germany, Sweden and Norway. It has both similarities to and significant differences from stock car racing which is popular in the United States.. While not as fast as Formula One, the similarity of the cars both to each other and to fans' own ...
Well don't quote me on this, I'm no expert, but here's what I've gathered:-The initial "G" is like a classification of priority for GM. I think that has to do with how a certain body style was selling.