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Heidts Automotive Blog


    Posted on Apr 12, 2017 2:59:50 PM by Scott Diedrich, under Heidts Suspension, Heidts


    We were talking to fellow street rodder Bob O’Bryant the other day and he told us that he just purchased a ’40 coupe that he knew about since the early ’60s. The car changed hands a few times, but none of the owners did anything with it. […]


    Posted on Mar 23, 2017 1:50:11 PM by Scott Diedrich, under Heidts Suspension, Heidts

    Super Chevy Magazine gives new life to a '67 Camaro 

    '64-70 Mustang Suspension Release

    Posted on Mar 13, 2017 10:02:05 AM by Scott Diedrich, under Heidts Suspension, Heidts, 1967 Ford Mustang

    Heidts Releases All New Suspensons For The '64-70 Mustangs!

    The classic Pony car always in battle has waged on for decades between the Mustang and Camaro. In later years, Chevy released the LS motor creating an engine with capability to make massive HP on the cheap. Ford countered with the […]

    Street Smart and Track Tough 1967 Ford Mustang

    Posted on Dec 7, 2016 10:15:07 AM by Scott Diedrich, under Heidts Suspension, Heidts, 1967 Ford Mustang

    Reaching new heights with Heidts Pro-G Wide-Track front and rear IRS suspension system for 1965-1970 Mustangs

    Mustangs capture the American spirit. They’re iconic with a storied history on the street, strip, and in open-track competition. With that, there are many ways to enjoy your Mustang, […]

    1970 Chevrolet Nova - Seeno Evil

    Sal Selectively Slices a Beater and Connects the Dots

    Sal Seeno’s 53, married, and has two kids who are in their 20s. His vocation? Well, he manages equipment, but didn’t tell us what kind. All we really care about is that he’s car crazy, and one with plenty of experience.

    He’s already done […]

    1973 Chevy Camaro - Green With Envy

    Randy Johnson Calls His Latest Second-gen Envious, But this Car is Sure to MakeLot of Other Camaro Owners Totally Jealous

    Randy Johnson is no stranger to Camaros—not by a long shot. Through his company, D&Z Customs in Kewaskum, Wisconsin, he's built his fair share of the most killer g-Machine […]

    1955 Chevy - Obsidian

    Posted on Nov 22, 2016 1:53:12 PM by Scott Diedrich, under Heidts Suspension, Heidts

    Like the igneous rock, Sam Bergman’s Bow Tie is as black as night with a relentless edge

    Body shop owner Sam Bergman has been into cars since he was a lad in high school. He owned a 1973 Camaro that he worked on in auto shop class, and continues to work in his own auto shop to this day. The […]

    1965 Chevrolet Chevelle - Amplitude With Attitude

    Posted on Nov 22, 2016 1:13:12 PM by Scott Diedrich, under Heidts Suspension, Heidts, 1965 Chevelle, 1965 Cherolet Chevelle Wagon

    This Wagon Hauls A Lot More than Cargo    Thanks to its 509-inch Tri-Power Rat..

    While wandering around the hot and huge Goodguys PPG Nationals in Columbus, Ohio, last July-a show jammed to the fences with amazing rides-this '65 Chevelle caught my admittedly somewhat jaded eye, possibly more […]

    1970 Chevrolet Camaro - RPO ZZZZZ28

    A Second-gen with the Fabled Sleeper Option

    The shelf life for newly built cars is notoriously short. Trends evolve so rapidly that a car deemed cutting edge upon its completion can lose its novelty in a matter of months. Once it hits its first anniversary, a hot car usually has about as much […]

    2016 Falken Tire Super Chevy Muscle Car Challenge

    Old Dogs and New Tricks 

    We put 20 hot Chevys through our gauntlet of tests and captured all the high-octane action!

    Motion is what defines a car and what drives many of us to pursue this passion, so what better way to embrace the Chevys we love than to turn them loose on a patch of cordoned […]

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