The ridetech 33 Ford was very graciously invited to a track test with the Factory Five guys and Hotrod Magazine a few weeks ago in California at Las vegas Motor Speedway. They ran our car, a Factory Five Cobra, a Factory Five Daytona Coupe, and another Cobra replica built for Summit Racing. All these cars ran against a Lamborghini Gallardo on the road course.
Thanks to Ron Francis Wiring’s new alternator wiring kits, now the only thing limiting your choice of alternator is the mount. Do you love the clean, internal fan look of a Ford 3G alternator but have earlier Ford 2G wiring? Or perhaps your power-hungry accessories are more than your Chevy 10si can handle. Or maybe you just need to rewire the alternator circuit only. Ron Francis Wiring makes alternator upgrades easy!
Morris Classic Concepts, LLC has designed Clear Shot Mirrors-side view mirrors that eliminate the common passenger-side “blind spot” that exists with other mirrors. They also stay in place without having to be re-adjusted (all the time). Their Clear Shot Mirrors fit 1968 – 1972 General Motors cars and they mount to your car like the factory mirrors. On the back, they even have two (2) Phillips screws that allow you to tighten the ball and socket if needed.
Listen in as Larry Callahan and co-host Robert Kibbe kick off 2013 and talk to Ed Capen of Goodguys Rod & Custom about how things got started, some new rules for 2013 and make a major announcement where you can win cash and prizes. Rob and Larry also announce the Comp Performance Group Prize Grab winner and what he plans to get with it. You too can win an awesome prize grab by listening to the show and by sending us an e-mail with the answer to the bonus question.
As a reflection of the radical improvements in performance and durability that ridetech has implemented in their shock program over the last 3 years, all ridetech shocks sold after January 1,2013 will carry a 1,000,001 mile warranty!