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Day 2: Super Chevy Week To Wicked Camaro Presented by Performance Online

For POL’s 1969 Chevy Camaro we decided to run an LS 427 Procharged Motor paired with a Six-Speed Magnum Transmission. This Camaro will definitely put out some horsepower!

February 8th, 2021

POL Cruise 7 Recap: Muscle Cars Cruising Socal

The perfect way to start the year was cruisin around beautiful Lake Mathews, ending at Evan’s Brewing Company and enjoying some exclusive POL BlackOUT beers 🍻

Erik Bragg walked around and caught up with tattoo artist, Mara Ohara to talk about her dream ride. Check out the Richard’s Nova gasser featuring POL parts 👌 and everyone’s favorite Chevelle “Boosted Velle” with a procharged LS engine.

Next month on Feb 7, the largest cruise in the Inland Empire is coming to OC rollin through Laguna Hills. To find the POL auto parts you need for your muscle car, visit https://PerformanceOnline.com.

Sponsors: POL, Magnaflow, Western Chassis, Fitech, Evans Brewing Co, Eddie Motorsports, Currie Enterprises, Johnnys Auto Color, OC HotRods, American Racing, Aldan American, Champion Cooling Systems, Restomods, Brothers Truck Parts and Baer Brakes.

Check out these photos taken of a few of the classics on the cruise route. Photos taken by Anthony at All In Orbit.


January 24th, 2021

Super Chevy Week To Wicked 1969 Camaro Presented By Performance Online – POL

Check out POL’s 1969 Chevy Camaro as seen on Super Chevy Magazine’s “Week To Wicked.” This ride has been featured in Hot Rod Magaine, Car Craft Magazine, and more.

We searched for quite awhile and finally found a perfect 1969 Chevy Camaro from Yucca Valley, CA for Super Chevy Magazine’s “Week To Wicked.” This build will feature brake parts and suspension components from our BlackOUT Series for classic Chevy car’s. Our Chevrolet Camaro has already gone through paint & body work! We headed to Orange County Hot Rods for the body work including adding mini-tubs, and Johnny’s Auto Color for a coat of Pantone Yellow Cream to contrast with the BlackOUT Series Parts. Here on Day 1, we’ve got a beautiful painted Camaro chassis and a pile of parts.

“Week To Wicked” Day 1 – POL 1969 Chevy Camaro Photo Recap

Video Recap: Week To Wicked – Day 1


December 15th, 2020

POL Open House Car Show 2019 Wrap-up


October 22nd, 2019

POL’s 1963 Chevy Biscayne Build


June 6th, 2019

1966 Chevy Nova Build

Here are some pictures of our classic Chevrolet Nova restoration


April 14th, 2019

Featured Vehicle: 1968 Chevy Impala Fastback Hotwheels Edition

Well, I brought in the Impala from Ohio, USA to my country Malaysia in the year 2010. Upon inspection and registration, I drove it for 3 months to get accustomed to the LHD in a RHD country. It has a SBC 350ci TH350 and ran pretty well. 

As I run a restoration shop, I then decided to rebuild the Impala ground up. It took 2 years for the custom rebuild to a full 1:1 scale Hotwheels Edition , entered many shows and won many awards. All parts were ordered from USA and that took a while to arrive in batches. After the rebuild, I drove it for 2 years as a daily driver in the horrendous traffic conditions here but it roared like a lion every time you put pedal to the metal. No issues, no overheating, no dramas … one of the best cars on the Malaysian roads. 

A local rich man approached me and offered a price I couldn’t resist and decided to let it go and move on. 

Hatish Mayer, Malaysia

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    March 27th, 2019

    POL Photo Contest Winner: 1958 Chevy Yeoman Wagon

    1958 Chevy Yeoman Wagon. Owner: Bob Rotondo – Peabody, MA.

    At the start of the year POL held a photo contest for customers to submit their ride to be featured in upcoming magazine ads. These cars will be featured in our advertisements for major publications including Super Chevy Magazine, Chevy Hi-Performance Magazine, and more. Here we are sharing the second winner Bob Rotondo of Peabody, MA. Bob is the owner of a rare and beautiful Chevy Yeoman Wagon. You can hear his story below and see all of the details of his ride at the end of this post. Please have a look and let us know what you think in the comments below. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for Bob’s car in upcoming classic car magazines!

    “This 1958 Yeoman was built in California by Mike and his father Jim.  It was a rust free and frame off project.  They finished it in 2003.  I purchased the car in 2013 from the second owner located in Oklahoma.  Since then the wheels have been changed, the engine compartment repainted and many chrome parts added. Out of all my hot rods, my Grandchildren, Aiden and Austin love going to McDonald’s in my Yeoman.  It’s a cool ride.” – Bob Rotondo – Peabody, MA.

    Specifications

    Engine – 383 stroker motor
    700R4 transmission
    9 inch Currie rear end

    Wheels – Billet Specialty Wheels
    18 X 9 fronts
    20 X 10 rears
    Nittos Tires
    Tire size – fronts 245 – 40
    Rears 255 – 35

    Paint color – lemon ice pearl
    California one-piece bumpers.

    Interior – Grey Leather Interior
    Bucket Seats & Console

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      March 21st, 2019

      POL Photo Contest Winner: 1957 Chevy Belair

      1957 Chevy 2 Door Hard Top Bel-Air owned by Tom Navlan, Redondo Beach, Ca 

      Last month POL held a photo contest for customers to submit their ride to be featured in upcoming magazine ads. These cars will be featured in our advertisements for major publications including Super Chevy Magazine, Chevy Hi-Performance Magazine, and more. Here we are sharing the first winner Tom Navlan of Redondo Beach, CA. Tom is the owner of an immaculate Chevy Belair. You can hear his story below and see all of the details of his ride at the end of this post. Please have a look and let us know what you think in the comments below. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for Tom’s car in upcoming classic car magazines!

      “I grew up working on VW bugs. Owned several 1957 bugs from stock to big turbo racing motors. Then got burned out after racing them got to be too expensive. So I parked the last one in 2003. Haven’t been back in the scene till 3 years ago.

      Fast forward to 2016 with this beautiful Bel-Air started only as a dream of owning a Bel-Air one day; never thinking I would ever own one. It didn’t start off as a car search either. I was saving up to buy a dump trailer for work. Which I later realized I didn’t have anywhere to park it. So I just keep saving and looking around on Craigslist. I was actually still looking at trailers even though I didn’t have a place to park one. 

      Then a random item popped into the search. It was a very clean, complete t- bucket. That got time to thinking about owning a cool classic car to drive around and work on. While still saving up what I could I starting expanding my search eventually landing on an ad for a 1957 Bel-Air that runs. My budget wasn’t great, so a running bel-air was an amazing and surprising find. I couldn’t help but imagine myself driving a Bel-Air around no less a 57 my favorite year. 

      So I called the guy up and he said it was still for sale and it was painted blue and he as lots of new parts for the car that just need to be put on. This was sounding too good to be true. We set up to see the car on the weekend, he sent me pics throughout the week. I was so excited, thinking of where I could cruise this thing and all. 

      Then wouldn’t you know it he cancelled the day I was suppose to go look at it. Talk about being upset. He said it was too sentimental and he wasn’t ready to sell it and it was too cheap. I said I just don’t have any more money to offer. I threw out one last Hail Mary after several weeks and more texts that didn’t go anywhere. I said let’s revisit this till after the holidays and then you’ll have more time to let go and I’ll have more time to save more money. The 3 long months passed by and I reach out to him again and he said yes, I’m ready to sell. I was trying to keep my cool and not get to emotionally invested till I have the car in my possession, but man was I excited. So same thing he sent tons of pics of the parts and of the car. 

      I drove the longest two and a half hours to see the car and potentially take it home. I pulled up to this blue electric paint. I was so happy the car had some amazing paint with just some small chips and tiny scratches here and there. This car was a jem. It had some funky things to it and it was missing lots of trim and interior items but still had tons of great potential with some work that I could take care of. We went on a test drive and it was amazing. Car had some issues but it worked and it was painted nice. We made the deal and loaded up the endless boxes of used and new parts. Over the corse of the next few months I had all the trim on and squared away all the drivability and safety issues. All I did to the paint was clay bared it and added a coat of wax. I can’t even begin to tell you how awesome it looked. I have done many more things big and small to the car but the bones are still the same as when I bought it.

      I’ve driven this car to many car shows and cruise nights and the car is always a  huge hit. I’ve put about five thousand mile on it in the first year. Drove it to the Big Bear in 100 degree heat, had some issues but I made it there and back in one piece. I’ve also driven to San Diego about four times. It’s been a blast. The car even has its own Instagram page with many more followers than I have. Check it out @57belair57″

      Owner – Tom Navlan, Redondo Beach, Ca 

      Vehicle: 1957 Chevy 2 Door Hard Top Bel-Air

      Owner: Tom Navlan, Redondo Beach, Ca 

      Engine: 350SBC, A/C, power steering, Edelbrock carb and intake, MSD 6A and billet distributor, mid headers, dual flow masters 

      Trans: turbo 350

      Interior: stock seats and door panels with blue color matched fabric. Vintage A/C, stock dash with a billet steering wheel

      Exterior: custom candy blue paint, Intro brand billet wheels 18’s in the front and 20’s in the rear. 

      Suspension: Big brake kit up front and drum brakes for the time being in the rear. All stock trimmings on the outside. Car is lowered about 4 inches in the front and 2 in the rear. Tubular A-arms with adjustable coil over shocks and sway-bar. Rear is stock leaf springs 

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        March 8th, 2019

        Featured Vehicle: 1959 Chevy 3100 Apache Stepside

        1959 Chevy 3100 Apache Stepside
        1959 Chevy 3100 Apache Stepside

        In 1999 my son bought this truck it was a basket case we put it in my heated shop! I bought it off of him so he and his new wife could have a down payment for a home! It sat in the corner for many years do to work and family obligations I would tinker on it but not much effort. After retiring for the 3rd time in 2016 my enjoyment was riding my Harley Davidson trike but, after getting side swiped and being in a coma for 4 weeks I decided done with motorcycles. So I started this build after installing disc brakes all 4 wheels, I installed a power steering unit for straight axle that I got from POL so easy to install. The bed work was done last winter. The motor is a 350 now 383 stroker, 700R4 trans. hooked to a camaro pos.trac rearend! The picture is Sept 1st 2018 where my school teacher girlfriend and I got married in my backyard. The truck seeing daylight for the first time in 18 yrs.  Since then I have completely finished the bed sides, fenders, driver side is dished and I have the original spare tire carrier for that. The paint of the metal is the only thing hired out; color chosen for the truck is 1996 HD Mystic green. Using different companies for parts POL is a favorite one that I really like working with. Now I have moved to the inside of the cab final completion time this spring. My new wife wants to go to car shows and show off our beauty!!

        Thank you POL.


        Ben Corn (Pops)

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          March 5th, 2019

          Featured Vehicle: 1967 Chevy C10 Pickup

          Here is my 1967 Chevy c10. I have your 4 wheel disc brake conversion as well as the brake booster and master cylinder. I have some of your other products on it to. Love the selection of products and your prices are fair. Thanks.

          Ricky N.

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            February 19th, 2019

            Featured Vehicle: 1973 Dodge Challenger

            “Hi guys at POL! I am building a 1973 Dodge Challenger that has been with us since 1989. Started off as a 383 big block Chrysler with 727 torqueflite transmission. I drove it to high school and after it sat for a while until I had the idea of just having a car with a nice paint job. It didn’t turn out that way i ended up over the years redoing this entire car. At the time I had the 383 rebuilt and transmission as well up until about 2 years ago when a 6.1 hemi deal came across and it was something I had to have. The 383 came out and the heart transplant began. I got the 6.1 to fit and 545rfe trans was a larger then the 727 but I got it with a little bit of fabrication work . I recently went ahead and redid the front suspension with the new combo and ordered the POL drop spindles for chrysler e bodies . They so far have worked like a champ and it’s been an awesome car to drive with it’s transformation. I have left interior work and the ac/heat but i’m glad to be nearing the end of this project to help the LS swap on Dad’s 73 Chevy Camaro. 🙌🏼 ” – Ryan

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              February 4th, 2019

              Featured Vehicle: 1955 Chevy Nomad Wagon

              “Working on a 1955 nomad with my dad brother and friends. We did an LS7 swap. The body looks kinda rat rod-ish I am currently installing a few parts from POL. Front and rear seat bar installed. Front control arms with coil overs and disc brake conversion kit. We are about to start working on the rear. Thanks, Bill”

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                January 28th, 2019

                Pro Street Chevy Chevelle SS

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                1968 Plymouth Barracuda Classic Car

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                Black Plymouth Barracuda Prostreet Classic Muscle Car

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                Featured Classic: 1971 Plymouth Barracuda

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                Featured Classic: 1969 Plymouth Barracuda 440

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                Featured Classic: Rare 1970 Plymouth Barracuda with 426 Hemi

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                November 5th, 2018