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1972 NOVA GETS A SERIOUS HEART TRANSPLANT

Published August 6, 2014 by hedmanperformancegroup

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Have you ever dreamed of dropping modern V8 power into your old school muscle car? How about dropping a supercharged LS3 into a 1972 Nova? You may have thought about it, but Norm Brown took the bull by the horns and made it happen. This Nova underwent a serious transformation to become the mean 72 muscle machine that you see here. With the help of Hedman Husler LS-swap headers and engine mounts Norm gave his Nova one heck of a heart transplant.“Those headers don’t hit the steering box, and those mounts bolt right up to the Nova sub-frame,” Norm explains. Thanks to the superb fitment of the Hedman parts the swap was painless for Norm and his ride.  Follow the jump to read more about this awesome build and to see how it all turned out.  http://bit.ly/1tUnF5w

ALEX “THE CAR GIRL” ROGEO KEEPS FIRST PLACE LEAD IN PSCA STREET MUSCLE CLASS

Published June 26, 2014 by hedmanperformancegroup

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Fontana, CA –Alex Rogeo and her Liquid Glow Arrington MAHLE Champion Spark Plugs team fought rear suspension issues but managed to leave the Pacific Street Car Nationals Calvert Racing Summer Nationals still in first place in the championship points for the Street Muscle class and apparently still in second place in the Bracket-1 class. With only two races left in the 2014 series Alex is locked into a tight battle with Larry Pittenger, Nolan Brandt and just behind them Jason Hoorn in Street Muscle and she is only two rounds behind Dick Krieger in Bracket-1. Read the rest of this entry →

The Hedman Headers Nostalgic Street Car Class Brings the Noise at the Auto Club Dragway

Published June 26, 2014 by hedmanperformancegroup

 

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The NMCA West’s third race of the season brought thunderous racing action to Fontana’s Auto Club Dragway this past weekend. The Hedman Headers Nostalgic Street Car Class saw an exciting group of 17 drivers make the cut for Sunday’s eliminations. After battling it out for qualifying spots, Matt Loutsenhizer and his Ford would take the number one seed heading into round one.

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