Project El Camino Verde
A friend of ours once said, “it isn't easy being green!” The guys at Holley are out to make life a little easier if you've got the blues over going green. Project El Camino Verde will feature a new line of parts that will make swapping GM's new emissions–compliant 430 hp E–Rod LS3 crate engine into various platforms. An F–body T–56 transmission will handle all the oats that the E–Rod package can deliver and a Hotchkis suspension upgrade and modern wheel and tire package wrapped around a set of big Baer brakes will ensure that this half truck half car handles and stops as well as it goes. Project El Camino Verde will serve as a test bed for LS swap parts and other new products and will showcase those products in driven form. You can check out Holley's Project El Camino Verde on the 2011 Hot Rod Power Tour and look for more information on the build in Super Chevy magazine. This is one G–Body that will be green and mean!
1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One| 08/10/2011
Holley's dare–to–be–different Grand Prix will be a Pro–Touring style build with a nod to Holley's rich NASCAR heritage. Richard Petty won his 200th career win in an 80's Grand Prix running a Holley carburetor.
1974 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon - Project: Low Buck Long Roof| 03/10/2011
You'll want to load up Marsha, Cindy and Jan and head out to a Monkeys' concert when you lay your eyes on Project Low Buck Long Roof! This low mile ‘74 Chevelle wagon will be motorvated by a junkyard fresh 6.0L LS iron block truck motor backed by a 4L60E tranny.
Hooker BlackHeart Releases 2015-17 Shelby Mustang Long Tube Headers| 09/18/2018
They're compatible with both GT350s GT350Rs, engineered to fit factory exhaust systems, and compatible with four complete exhaust systems.
How To Choose An Electric Radiator Fan| 09/18/2018
When making big horsepower on the street, keeping your engine cool is essential. A radiator only works if there is airflow through the radiator core. An electrical fan provides constant airflow even when the engine is idling, when your engine needs it the most and since they are electric, they do not affect engine horsepower or fuel economy.