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Goodguys 32nd West Coast Nationals - Featured Car: 1935 Pontiac Coupe
The 2018 Woodward Dream Cruise
New Product - Holley Small Block Chevy Intake Manifolds


Goodguys West Coast Nationals Show

Goodguys 32nd West Coast Nationals -August 24-26

by No Limits Staff

This is the "Crown Jewel". The 32nd Goodguys West Coast Nationals. And a jewel it was !  The Alameda Country Fairgrounds is huge with acres and acres of grounds and lots of roads around the exhibition buildings. Every square inch and then some was filled with cars. 

The West Coast Nationals draws in thousands of pre-1986 cars of every description-- roadsters, coupes, customs, drag cars -- you name it an it was there

Put all that together with the Goodguys Autocross, Swap Meet, Cars-for-Sale Corral, vendors and more  -- it's three days of non-stop excitement for all . . .

To read more about the Goodguys West Coast Nationals - click HERE

1935 Pontiac Coupe

One mighty fine Pontiac - Jim Allan's 1935 Pontiac

by Society Staff

One of the most interesting and fun things about "local car shows" is discovering a car that you've never seen before. such was the discovery of Jim Allans' 1935 Pontiac coupe. 

Advertised in 1935 as "America's lowest priced Fine Car" this 35 Pontiac looks every bit the part . . .

To read more about Jim Allan's 1935 Pontiac - click here

Woodward Dream Cruise

The 2018 Woodward Dream Cruise Photo Shoot

photos by Diana Kujawa and 
Peter Klobucar

The annual Woodward Dream Cruise was -- once again -- a big success. Following the fabled Woodward avenue through the suburbs of Detroit, the Cruise draws in all type of cool rides and tens of thousands of spectators is arguably the largest cruise-in anywhere.

No Limits wants to thank Diana Kujawa and Peter Klobucar for sharing their photos of this event.

To See All the fabulous photos - Click HERE

SEMA ARMO

Holley Small Block Chevy Intake Manifolds For Both EFI and Carbureted Applications
New Holley Manifolds

The single-plane EFI intake manifolds point the injectors at an angle matching the intake-runner airflow angle and come complete with black-coated fuel rails and rail brackets for an easy, hassle-free installation (injectors not included). They are perfect for 1957-86 small blocks from 262-400 cubic inches and 1987-91 Corvette L98 aluminum cylinder heads and are compatible with any after-market heads with a standard port-flange opening and standard mounting-bolt locations. A throttle-cable bracket and kickdown-cable bracket are available separately.

Like the EFI manifold, the SBC 4150 Single Plane Carbureted Intake Manifold creates a wide power band for high-performance street/strip applications up to 7,500 RPM. The carburetor-mounting pad accepts all stock and after-market square-bore carburetors with either manual or electric chokes. It works with most stock hardware and accessory brackets and features an updated plenum divider area, a one-inch-shorter overall height, and two different distributor-clamp locations.

As with the EFI intake, SBC 4150 Single Plane Carbureted Intake Manifolds feature isolated air/fuel passages to increase charge-air density and overall performance. They're ideal for 1957-86 small blocks from 262-400 cubic inches and 1987-91 Corvette L98 aluminum cylinder heads and compatible with any after-market heads with a standard port-flange opening and standard mounting-bolt locations.
For complete product details, click the following links:

SBC 4150 Single Plane EFI Intake Manifolds
    
SBC 4150 Single Plane Carbureted Intake Manifolds

 

Society Store

The AHPS announces the opening of our new store!

The new AHPS store contains the original hard paper material we have digitized and stored on the website. This material includes magazines, manufacturer's brochures and advertisements donated to the Society by people who recognized that our mission is critical to the preservation of automotive history.

Also, certain members have created and donated pictures, posters, and other automotive memorabilia for us to sell to raise funds. All materials are sold to raise money to operate the website. We are a 501 c3 not for profit.

Click HERE to go to our store.



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