Very rarely have I come across a product, of any type, that is “as advertised.” That’s especially true of automotive parts. From the moment I first heard of the FiTech EFI system, and after all of the research that I did on the product, it almost sounded too good to be true. A self-learning EFI system that can be used on engines ranging from 250-600HP, installs easily and doesn’t require a laptop or professional tuning. See what I mean about too good to be true? WE had to get our hands on one and see for ourselves. After installing one on our ’79 Bronco and having driven it in both carbureted form and fuel-injected form, I can truthfully say the FiTech EFI system is as advertised.
Your windshield installation can seem like a difficult task, but with the correct tools, materials, know how & patience most builders can install these parts themselves. Check out this installation video from Classic Trucks Magazine to learn how to install a windshield and rear glass on a 1956 Chevy pickup.
Michael's 1951 Chevrolet Suburban Carryall
Replace your existing worn seat belts with 3-Point Retractable Seat Belt Kits.
Jeremy M's 1967 Ford F-100
The United States Postal Service has announced four new additions to its Forever stamp collection.
The stamps depict a 1938 International Harvester, a 1948 Ford F-1, a 1953 Chevrolet and a 1965 Ford F-100. The stamps are illustrations created by Chris Lyons. The Postal Service selected these four trucks to show how pickups became popular in the 20th century.
These trucks helped revolutionize the way work was done. The chosen trucks lived their lives as tools and not a luxury like today's modern variations. From hauling materials to improving ride and handling, the new Ford Trucks and Advanced Design Chevys are classics to be remembered forever.
The stamps will be issued as a first-class mail booklet of 20 stamps and will be equal in value to the current first-class mail no matter how long you wait to use them.
There is no official release date for the stamps, though they are set to be released in 2016.
Let us know your favorite stamp in the poll below.
Amanda B's 1951 Chevrolet 3100
Brian D's 1966 Ford F-100
Check out the Top 9 most liked images from the LMC Truck Instagram page!
Derek B's 1970 GMC C10 Truck
You can give your Chevy/GMC gauges a face lift - Classic Trucks Magazine has a how-to guide for our Gauge Resurfacing Kit for 1964-66 Chevy/GMC Trucks!
Zane Z's '55 Ford from Goodguys 18th Southwest Nationals
Gordie M's '72 Chevy Cheyenne
Trucks are always the best part of car shows. Here is one owner who took the time to share his truck!
Here is Mike Losh's 1965 Chevrolet C10 SEMA Build named "Boosted Bertha".
Check out Tre5 Customs' 1949 Chevrolet 3100 SEMA Build
Available for late and early model Chevy & GMC Trucks and SUVs. Designed to replace your original broken, faded or non-functioning temperature controls.