Add Custom Color With Corvette Rimblades
For More Information: http://www.mamotorworks.com/Corvette/newsearch.aspx?S=rim%20blades&Y=&G=&C= KC=850C Give your Corvette wheels a touch of color with protective Rimblades. Rimblades are made of an automotive grade modern flexible polymer called a TPV that has the appearance of rubber and creates a protective shell around the edge of your Corvette Wheels. They are designed to fit 14 inch to 22 inch wheels and include a do-it-yourself kit, making installation a breeze.
1968-1979 C3 Corvette Rear Suspension Installation by RideTech Part 2
For more details: http://www.mamotorworks.com/Corvette/newsearch.aspx?S=c3%20suspension&Y=&G= &C=?KC=850C The experts at RideTech take you through the second part of Corvette Suspension Installation, including removing the old rear suspension. This video gives you step-by-step instructions so you can tackle your weekend project with confidence.
1968-1979 C3 Corvette Front Suspension Installation by RideTech Part 1
For more details: http://www.mamotorworks.com/Corvette/newsearch.aspx?S=c3%20suspension&Y=&G= &C=?KC=850C The experts at RideTech take you through the first part of C3 Corvette Suspension Installation, including removing the old front suspension. This video gives you the step-by-step instructions you need to tackle your weekend project with confidence.
Mid America Motorworks Cutaway 327 Corvette Engine
Mid America Motorworks celebrates the 327 Corvette Engine, the most powerful naturally-aspirated single-cam production small block V8 engine for 35 years. The 327 cubic inch engine was introduced in 1962. It had a 4 inch bore and a 3.25 inch stroke, and boasted as much as 375 horsepower. This video shows the mechanisms of a cutaway 327 engine and highlights the features that make the 327 a milestone engine.