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How To Make Your Muscle Car Handle

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1964-1972 Chevelle or Malibu or El Camino
1962-74 Nova or Chevy II
1967-81 Camaro
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The Tri-Fives, Chevelles, Novas, Impalas and trucks that Chevy put in their showrooms during the 50s, 60s, and 70s have all gone on to become classic cars that are popular with collectors and car enthusiasts. Some of these cars have been the most popular muscle cars ever driven on the streets. If you are restoring or building a muscle car from one of these vehicles, then H&H Classic has the muscle car handling instruction book that is perfect for your project.

When some of the early Chevys were introduced, muscle cars were still way off in the future. What GM lacked in providing to cars like the Novas, dealerships and hot rodders made up for by dropping V8 engines into the lightweight car. The Chevy small block offered outstanding power to these cars, which caused some handling issues if suspension and other underlying parts were not equipped to handle the extra power. This instruction manual on How to Make Your Muscle Car Handle will help you to avoid having problems that can arise if there is more power than the body can withstand without making some changes. Chassis and suspension may need to be set to handle more power, and this book will help you make your muscle car handle as it should. H&H Classic offers free technical assistance from our experienced staff if you have questions concerning updating your car for handling. We make it easy to shop with a large selection and low prices on all our performance parts.

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