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1971 C10 Unveils at Muscle Car Challenge

Slalom, 100 yd dash and road course running in our C-10. How’d it go? The team at Super Chevy Magazine selected our freshly built 1971 C-10 pickup to run at this year’s Muscle Car Challenge presented by Falken Tire & Classic Industries. Event took place at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. Some of you may know my brother and I set out to build a C10 pickup truck…

Aldan Coilovers in a 1937 (Award Winning) Ford

Don S. from the great state of Texas recently shared some updates of his award winning 1937 Ford. Don completed the car November of 2012. He entered it in the ISCA Dallas Autorama Show in 2013. “We were successful and took home a few awards for all of the hard work. Since the debut, I enjoy driving it every chance I get. I drive my 1937 Ford to about 25-30 shows each year.”…

C5 Z06 Corvette Wins at NMCA

Tom K. recently took home a win at a local NMCA event at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA. Tom beat out 79 entries for the Saturday Sports Car Class when he pulled off the top time of day on his last set of laps at the NMCA West event June 2nd – 4th. Tom was running a set of our new C5 Corvette coil-over shocks on the rear of his 2002 Corvette. Tom…

SEMA 2017 – Booth #74011

The countdown is on here at Aldan. We’re gearing up for SEMA 2017 that begins October 31st – November 3rd. Join the Aldan American Suspension team, media and manufacturers from all of the world for one of the largest automotive car and parts shows around. Event Details: Aldan American Booth #: 74011 Aldan American Booth Location: Racing  Annex (Same Building as Central Hall) – See Map Below in “Red” Event name: SEMA Show…

Saved From The Crusher – 1969 Malibu Resurrection

Jack Nelson originally purchased this 1969 Malibu in 1984 for $150.00. It was advertised as “not running” in the Saturday morning Daily Breeze paper for $200.00. He towed it home and proceeded to diagnose why it wouldn’t start. The first problem he found was the 2 barrel carburetor body was loose from the base plate. He removed it and tightened the 3 screws. He primed the float bowl with some…

How Much Does a Scott’s Hot Rods IFS Weigh?? (Video)

The Aldan American C10 pickup truck competed in our first official event this week. The front suspension setup is a Scotts Hot Rods IFS (Independent Front Suspension). The Scott’s bolt-on IFS fits directly to stock Chevrolet C10 frames and is an all in one unit that allowed team Aldan to run Wilwood disc brakes, drop spindles, Aldan American coilover shocks and springs along with rack & pinion steering and an…

How To Improve Your El Camino Ride with Aldan Coilover Kit

Our friend Gary recently lent us his original 1969 El Camino SS 396 for a suspension install feature with Chevy High Performance Magazine. Gary’s owned this 69′ El Camino for several years and was looking to drive it more, but wanted a better ride and a lower stance from what was originally on the vehicle. Being an original 396 SS car – having a bolt-on coilover design was a plus…

Aldan Product Data Achieves Platinum Status with SEMA Data Co-Op

We recently launched our product data with the SEMA Data Co-Op and achieved Platinum status (Highest Quality – Yep, that’s how we roll). Why does product data matter? By formatting product data into industry standardized  formatting like ACES/PIES standards, we’re able to make our products more search friendly. Barcodes, web links, instruction sheets, year/make/model fitment are some of the benefits and important factors in standardizing product data. What the, is ACES/PIES? When you have…

Dodge Viper Coilovers – Best Upgrade

Chrysler (Dodge) has always been known to step outside the box when it comes to design, unique color combinations and big horsepower. In the early 90’s you had the Corvette, 5.0 Mustang, IROC Camaro’s and your German and Italian sports cars. 200-300HP in a production car were huge, until Dodge changed the game with the Gen I Viper in 1992 sporting 400HP an a monster 8.0L V10 backed with a…

1964 Pontiac GTO – Track Tested (Video)

Meet our friend Don. Don built one of the baddest 1964 GTO’s on the planet. Here’s the story. As a teenager, Don and his father found a 64′ Pontiac GTO in New Jersey that would one day become the ultimate track car. Over the years and through several restorations and upgrades, Don and his GTO keep getting faster. Sporting a built LS3 with over 650 hp, matched up to an Auto Gear M22…