A step-by-step guide to building a show-winning Chevy street rod from the ground up. In this guide to building 1934-'35 Chevy street rods-a new, emerging model-readers will learn everything they need to know about turning an old classic into a new traffic-stopper.Very popular today for use with GM engines are the 4L60, 4L60-E, 700-R4 and 200-4R, all of which are automatics with ... you to drop engine rpm considerably when cruising on the highway so that the powerplant barely sips at the fuel tank.
|Title||:||How to Build 1934-'35 Chevy St RodsHP1514|
|Author||:||The Edt. of Street Rodder Mag.|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2007-02-06|