Never Enough
'69 Camaro
Randy Arborio
Burlington, CT

Randy's Camaro started as a Valentine's Day gift from his better half after he had a motorcycling accident. Fast-forward three years and the original 307 has been lifted in favor of a small-block 350. Inside spins a 268 Comp Cam 'stick that's topped with a pair of Vortec heads and an Edelbrock performer intake manifold. A four-speed is used to bang gears, while out back a 3.42:1 posi 10-bolt rearend was swapped in from a donor '74 Nova. Suspension duties are left to polyurethane bushings all around with Eibach springs, Competition Engineering frame connectors, and a thick 11/8-inch sway bar. The rear features the factory leaf springs with Lakewood traction bars. Nice present!

Randy's Camaro started as a Valentine's Day gift from his better half after he had a motorcycling accident. Fast-forward three years and the original 307 has been lifted in favor of a small-block 350. Inside spins a 268 Comp Cam 'stick that's topped with a pair of Vortec heads and an Edelbrock performer intake manifold. A four-speed is used to bang gears, while out back a 3.42:1 posi 10-bolt rearend was swapped in from a donor '74 Nova. Suspension duties are left to polyurethane bushings all around with Eibach springs, Competition Engineering frame connectors, and a thick 11/8-inch sway bar. The rear features the factory leaf springs with Lakewood traction bars. Nice present!

Rollin' In Retirement
'67 Chevelle SS
Bobby Reynolds
Big Island, VA

For Bobby Reynolds, retirement is in full effect, and he wants nothing more to do than to cruise the streets in his all-original '67 Chevelle SS. Powering the 'Velle is a 396 ci that's topped with an Edelbrock manifold and a Holley 750cfm carburetor, generating 325 hp on nuts alone. We love the fact that he's still rowing gears with the original Muncie four-speed transmission. Inside, Bobby's got the factory interior and the bucket seats to boot!