Project Cars Blog
Holley's 1967 C/10 Shop Truck Featured on Jay Leno's Garage| 08/28/2014
What's cooler than seeing Holley's restomod C/10 shop truck rip through some twisty mountain roads? Normally, "nothing" would be the answer. But, what if Jay Leno were driving it? Holley CEO Tom Tomlinson was invited to bring the truck along with him on the latest episode of Jay Leno's Garage to do just that.
Holley Shop Truck Tour| 03/01/2013
Host of Chuck’s Garage Chuck Hanson talks with Holley President and CEO Tom Tomlinson about our 67 Chevrolet Shop Truck
1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: BODY AND PAINT| 10/14/2011
Fabrication on the G–Force One's rear tubs begins in the photo to the left.
The rear of this car is going to be squatting over 335 section width tires so tubbing out the rear was a necessity.
1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: INTERIOR| 09/17/2011
As you can tell, the interior of the Grand Prix looks flawless, which is characteristic of a car that has a mere 63 miles on it.
All of this will be changing drastically as goes through it's evolution into a pro–touring monster!
1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: WHEELS AND TIRES| 09/10/2011
This Grand Prix started off life in 1987 and truth be told wasn't really built with high cornering speeds or a huge tire contact patch in mind.
That being said the wheel/tire combo is kind of lacking in this regard.
1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: THE ENGINE| 08/28/2011
G–Force One's engine is nothing short of amazing. Sourced from the LS engine specialists at Thomson Automotive Engines, this LS7 features an LS9 Supercharger and dry–sump oiling system. Upon installation the engine will be managed by Holley EFI.
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.
1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: THE CHASSIS| 08/10/2011
We've decided to swap out the 24 year old c–channel frame for something a bit more modern and track capable.
1974 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon - Project: Low Buck Long Roof: FINISHED VEHICLE| 05/20/2011
After the wagon came out of paint we took it out to take some photos. We think it looks great, and from the attention it got during Power Tour and Hot Rod Reunion, everyone else does too!
1974 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon - Project: Low Buck Long Roof: BODY & PAINT| 04/24/2011
Project Low Buck Long Roof started out with humble beginnings, which is apparent in the picture to the left. Nonetheless, the car is in great condition with approximately 43,000 miles on the clock.