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1969 Camaro RS - Baldwin-Motion Tribute

Michael Williams, of Ontario, California, has owned this 1969 Camaro RS convertible for more than four decades. He originally bought the car back in 1977, and quickly fell in love with its timeless style and open-air driving experience.

Michael Williams, of Ontario, California, has owned this 1969 Camaro RS convertible for more than four decades. He originally bought the car back in 1977, and quickly fell in love with its...

2000 SLP Firehawk - Bird of Prey

The name Firebird implies an avian creature with mythical capabilities, and the name Firehawk takes that bird's capabilities to the next level. A hawk doesn't just glide effortlessly through the air, it actively hunts down its prey. With this in mind, Firehawk is a fitting name for a special line of Pontiac vehicles that took the Firebird to a higher level of performance.

The name Firebird implies an avian creature with mythical capabilities, and the name Firehawk takes that bird's capabilities to the next level. A hawk doesn't just glide effortlessly through the...

1972 Dodge Demon - Fun in the Sun

The name "Demon" has received substantial interest the last few years as a result of the 2018 SRT Demon, a heavily-modified Dodge Challenger that can run the quarter mile in an astonishing 9.6 seconds. But the origin of this MOPAR car name can be traced back to 1971, when it was released as a sporty fastback version of the Dodge Dart.

The name "Demon" has received substantial interest the last few years as a result of the 2018 SRT Demon, a heavily-modified Dodge Challenger that can run the quarter mile in an astonishing 9.6...

1971 Chevy Nova - 350 Resto-Mod

The third-generation 1968-74 Chevy Nova is an extremely versatile platform. Many of these Nova models, especially the inline-6 cars and four-door sedans, were used as utilitarian family vehicles. However, the '68-74 Nova also became popular among drag racers and hot-rodders due to the potential of its small-block V8, and this potential remains to this day.

The third-generation 1968-74 Chevy Nova is an extremely versatile platform. Many of these Nova models, especially the inline-6 cars and four-door sedans, were used as utilitarian family vehicles....

SEMA Build: 1971 Camaro by Bill Dunn One Stop Shop

Here at Classic Industries, we always love to see our parts go to good use, whether they're on simple daily-driven projects or on far more elaborate show-stopping builds. The car seen here is most certainly in the latter category. Every inch of this 1971 Camaro has been restored, upgraded, or customized in some way.

Here at Classic Industries, we always love to see our parts go to good use, whether they're on simple daily-driven projects or on far more elaborate show-stopping builds. The car seen here is most...

1963 Plymouth Savoy - Daily-Driven B-Body

When you think of the Mopar B-body, you might picture any number of classics: the Coronet, Charger, Satellite, Road Runner, or even the winged Daytona and Superbird. However, the first vehicle that came to mind probably wouldn't be a Plymouth Savoy. This Mopar might get a little less attention than the more common B-body cars, but it's absolutely cool in its own right.

When you think of the Mopar B-body, you might picture any number of classics: the Coronet, Charger, Satellite, Road Runner, or even the winged Daytona and Superbird. However, the first vehicle...

"Hottest Coupe" at SEMA: 1000hp Yenko/SC Stage II Camaro

Walking through the SEMA Show in Las Vegas is an overwhelming experience. Each year, the show fills the Las Vegas Convention Center (and its outdoor parking lots) with thousands of custom cars, trucks, and motorcycles of every kind. Whether you're into modern muscle cars, meticulously-restored classics, lowriders, trucks, pro-touring resto-mod builds, or any other subset of the automotive culture, you'll find countless examples of vehicles that fit your favorite theme.

Walking through the SEMA Show in Las Vegas is an overwhelming experience. Each year, the show fills the Las Vegas Convention Center (and its outdoor parking lots) with thousands of custom cars,...

Classic Industries FAQ

Can you ship my order in one box to reduce shipping costs?

Yes. If all items in your order can be packed together safely to prevent damage from occurring while in transit, then we always attempt to use the least amount of shipping boxes for each order.

Can you ship my order in one box to reduce shipping costs?

Yes. If all items in your order can be packed together safely to prevent damage from occurring while in transit, then we always attempt to...

1971 Camaro - Built for the Corners

Autocross is a form of racing that pushes a car and its driver to the limit. On the surface, it seems relatively simple: navigate a cone course as quickly as possible without hitting any cones or losing control. Most autocross courses are relatively compact, and don't provide enough room to reach the triple-digit speeds you might see on a full-size track. However, the sport places a heavy emphasis on precise acceleration, braking, and handling. Making a car dance through the cones is far from easy.

Autocross is a form of racing that pushes a car and its driver to the limit. On the surface, it seems relatively simple: navigate a cone course as quickly as possible without hitting any cones or...

1969 Camaro SS - Father-Son Project

Restoring a classic car can be a great bonding experience that bridges the gap between generations. A parent may have fond memories of driving a specific car during their youth, and can share that with their children, allowing them to make memories of their own behind the wheel. Seeing through a restoration project to completion isn't always easy, but it's certainly a worthwhile endeavor.

Restoring a classic car can be a great bonding experience that bridges the gap between generations. A parent may have fond memories of driving a specific car during their youth, and can share that...