Detroit Speed Quadralink TOwhooks

We believe in driving your car, but sometimes trailering your ride is a necessity. In this case, QUADRALink Tow Hooks are exactly what you need. The Tow Hooks allow for a quick and easy tie down when trailering your car. The Tow Hooks are a direct bolt on to all of the DSE QUADRALink applications which include 1967-1981 Camaro/Firebirds and 1968-1974 Novas. The Tow Hooks come with all needed hardware for installation, they have a black zinc electroplated finish for durability, and are 100% TIG welded for consistency and strength.

The price of the QUADRALink Tow Hooks is $60.00

For more information, contact Detroit Speed, Inc. at 704-662-3272 or on their website at www.detroitspeed.com.

EngineQuest One-Piece Seal Crankshaft for Gen V and VI Chevy Big Blocks 

EngineQuest, a leading supplier of stock replacement and performance cylinder heads and internal engine parts, is now manufacturing a one-piece seal crankshaft for 1991 – 2000 Gen V and VI, 454L Chevy big block engines.

This crankshaft has proven difficult to find in either new or rebuildable cores. This one-piece seal crankshaft joins a growing list of Chevy, Ford and Toyota replacement crankshafts available from EQ that do not require welding or grinding to install. All are designed with OE style fit and are very competitively priced. For more information about EQ’s new one-piece seal crankshaft for the 454 liter Gen V and VI big block engine (part # CS454A), or other EQ engine parts, visit online at www.enginequest.com, or call (800) 426-8771.

1964 to '66 Chevy truck: new instrument panel from Classic Dash

The mid-sixties were remarkable times. The music of the day remains popular forty-five years later—Beatles, Stones, Dionne Warwick. The legends of Indy car winners from that period, AJ Foyt, Jim Clark, and Graham Hill continue to fascinate. Hill was once asked by the organizers of the Indy 500 for suggestions that might make the event better. Never short on jocularity or the occasional irreverent quip, Hill responded, “How about running it clockwise and installing doors on the loos [lavatories].” Next day, to his amazement, all the toilets had been furnished with new doors! Also from this era, the Chevrolet pickup truck has been the object of much restoration; in fact, so much has it gained in popularity that Classic Dash has announced a new, molded ABS composite dash panel specifically for the 1964-66 Chevrolet fleetside and step-side light-duty trucks, arguably the precursors of the leanest, cleanest-looking domestic light-duty trucks ever built. In common with all the company’s previous offerings, this new instrument panel is clean and stylish.

Lightweight and exceedingly rigid ABS plastic sheets are vacuum-formed at 320 degrees Fahrenheit and the material is impregnated with a UV inhibiter that protects it from sun damage. Accuracy is the key feature. A Thermwood 5-axis CNC high-speed router consistently trims the dash panels to within .005-inch, plus or minus. The dash panel is available in carbon fiber, brushed aluminum, or classic black finishes. All Classic Dash panels are offered in two forms: with or without gauge openings and with or without gauges. Gauges include 10 variations from Auto Meter, 8 from Classic Instruments, and 4 from Dolphin Instruments. Auto Meter kits include wiring harness from gauges to factory loom, LED turn signal indicators, and high-beam and emergency brake light indicators.

For complete instrument panels with gauges, sending units, and wiring harness, prices range $549.95 to $879.95. The cost of just the bare instrument panel is $129.95. For further information contact: Classic Dash, 5225 Grumman Drive, Suite 100, Carson City, NV 89706, Telephone (866) 882-3525, or visit the Classic Dash website: www.classicdash.com for the latest offerings.