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1968-1974 Chevy Nova the Everyman Muscle Car

In 1960, the Chevrolet Motor Division was concerned that the groundbreaking Corvair would not catch on with compact car buyers as the division had first expected. And with Ford launching the simple, utilitarian Falcon, Chevy needed a competitor. In just 18 months, Chevy designed, developed and manufactured an entirely new model, every bit as practical as the Ford compact.  1962-1967 Chevrolet Chevy II For the Chevy II, GM developed an…

Maximum G-Force Mustang

Upgrade your 1964-73 Mustang’s handling with high-tech parts from Aldan American By Cam Benty Photos by Cam Benty and Gary Nelson When the Mustang arrived on the American landscape in March of 1964, it cast the die for all the fun to drive, compact, “Pony cars” to follow. With crisp steering, solid performance, and good – for the era – handling, it was a big hit right from the start….

Coiled and Ready to Strike

Upgrade your C5-6 Corvette with coilover suspension components from Aldan American By Cam Benty Photos by Cam Benty and Gary Nelson Unquestionably, the Corvette is an amazing performance car right from the factory. But as all car enthusiasts know, there is always room for improvement.  But why would you even think to change a Corvette suspension? That’s because Chevrolet factory engineers are tasked with building a suspension than is everything…

1967-1972 Chevrolet C10 Pickup – A Major Step Toward the Modern Truck

With the second-generation 1967-1972 Chevrolet C Series, the company took another significant step in transforming the pickup truck. It altered perceptions of a pickup from a basic work tool for farmers and ranchers to a comfortable dual-purpose vehicle that can be driven for everything from hauling hay to daily trips around town. 1967-1972 Chevrolet C10 Pickup – A Major Step Toward the Modern Truck With the second-generation 1967-1972 Chevrolet C…

Chevy El Camino: The Coupe Utility

The auto industry categorizes the Chevrolet El Camino as a Coupe Utility and it’s easy to understand why. The front half of the El Camino is a two-door coupe with the utility of an open bed at the rear, in a one-piece body shell with no gap between the cab and bed. The Coupe Utility Where the idea came from for a coupe utility is foggy, it likely came from…

Twice as Nice: Double Adjustable Coilovers from Aldan American give you ultimate handling control

Step-by-Step Coilover Install: 1972 Chevy Chevelle (A Body) If you’re curious about what tools and skills are needed to install coilovers, this guide is for you and you’re going to be surprised by how easy it is. Today we’re walking you through a coilover install on A Body vehicles — a 1972 Chevelle –using Aldan American springs and double adjustable coil overs. *Note that single adjustable coil overs are also…

Looking for Aldan Equipped Car in Michigan!

The 14th Annual Motor State Challenge is quickly approaching July 14-16, 2022. The three-day Pro-Touring event will take place at South Haven’s GingerMan Raceway and Tire Rack’s South Bend headquarters. Aldan American is looking for an Aldan equipped build in Michigan for the Motor State Challenge! Please email us at [email protected] or call us at 310-834-7478 If you have a Track Ready Build running on Aldan’s in the Michigan area!…

The Hottest of the Hot Rods: The Iconic ’32 Ford

Deuce Highboy 1932 Ford Roadster Possesses Ohio-Look | Image from Motortrend It rolled out to amazing fanfare 90 years ago, and today the 1932 Ford is still popular with hot-rod/street-rod enthusiasts, historians and collectors. More than that, the ’32 Fords stayed (and stay) in our consciousness and the limelight. The ’32 turned out to be the ultimate platform for some iconic cars. The 1932 Ford replaced the Model A and…

Car Guy Confessions E27 – Aldan American’s Gary Nelson Talks Suspension

In the latest episode of Car Guy Confessions, Aldan’s very own Gary Nelson joins the Car Guys to talk suspension. Gary met up with Cam Benty and Jeff Smith at the Grand National Roadster Show. Gary and The Car Guys go over everything from the history of Aldan American to the evolution of performance suspension for C-10s and muscle cars. Watch episodes on Amazon Prime and Tubi TV www.amazon.com/v/autorevolution

Camaro 1982–2002: Two Generations. Powerful Memories.

Camaro has been a popular car since it rolled out in 1966 for the ’67 model year. It was Chevy’s answer to the Ford Mustang, which had debuted a few years earlier. From the beginning, Camaro was intended not just to challenge Mustang but to better it. The second-generation Camaro spanned 12 years, 1970 to 1981. In 1981, Chevy sold 126,000 units, but the feeling was that Chevy was still…