We at Heidts are very fond of the Chevy Camaro, whether it be our ’68 tearing up the track, our classic ’71 that has graced the covers of magazines, our or new ’92 that’s being fitted with it’s new IRS. When we see cars like Tom’s ’69 Camaro, we get that itch to add another […]
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For those that don’t know, Heidts has an extensive collection of truck 4-link and IFS suspensions. A few years back, we got in to the C10 and F100 trucks for the 60’s-70 model years, creating a heavy duty package that would stand up to whatever someone threw at it. This particular 1970 C10 was actually […]
1967 Pontiac Firebird featuring a Heidts PRO-G IRS. The car will be running a 345-30-19 rear tire to plant the power to the ground.
1965 Chevy Nova featuring a Superide II front suspension and a narrowed PRO-G IRS. The IRS was was narrowed by Hanksville Hot Rods who also fabricated the exhaust.
Kandi Kustomz out of Corpus Christi Texas used a Heidts Universal Superide IRS on their 87 Cutlass. The frame, exhaust and IRS were all gold plated and etched taking four workers over 4 months to complete.
Check out Marc Gaymon’s beautiful 1969 Firebird featuring Heidts PRO-G IFS an ad Heidts 4-Link. Marc and his shop, G&G Performance Parts & Customs out of Dayton OH, were recently featured on Spike TV’s PowerNationTV at the beginning of January. You can see his car on PowerNation TV, and make sure to watch the video […]
Justin Murphy’s 1969 Camaro, “Angelina” from Western Australia is more then just a pretty face. Built using a Heidts upper and lower narrowed tubular front suspension and 489BBC, Justins Camaro is the current reigning King of the ApocaLaps, a newly created autocross event. Check of the photos and video below of the ’69 in action.
This AD Chevy was bought new in 1954 and used as a farm truck for many years before finally retiring as a daily driver. Passed down two generations, and rotting away in a barn for 13 years, the 3600 was given a new chance at life. The ’54 was originally intended to receive a basic […]
The classic truck market has exploded over the last few years, and Pat Brown’s 1956 Ford F100 shows why. Pat and his father Al started their project wanting to build a clean hot rod, and a little less then 2 years later, it is exactly what they got. Powering the ’56 Ford is a 351w […]