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COVERCRAFT COVERS PROTECT RARE VAULT VEHICLES DURING PETERSEN MUSEUM RENOVATION
Pauls Valley, Okla. – July 30, 2015 – Before the historic Petersen Museum Vault was closed to facilitate the museum’s historic renovation project, the Executive Director turned to Covercraft Industries for custom-fit vehicle covers. Covercraft, the pioneer in car covers, partnered with Kimberly-Clark® to donate more than 100 custom made covers for the Vault’s world-renowned vehicle collection.
“We worked directly with Kimberly-Clark® on this project,” stated Marty Lichtmann. “The Block-it® Dustop® fabric was selected because it’s the thickest, most dust-resistant and softest material we offer for interior vehicle protection.”
To ensure a custom fit for each vehicle, the covers were made only after identifying the vehicles in the collection. Covercraft staff invested nearly a year making personal visits to the Vault to measure each vehicle on the list.
Attention Lovers of All Things Performance and Aftermarket: YOUR Social Media Site Has Arrived: Boltups.com Delivers the First Social Media Platform Designed Explicitly For Motor and Vehicle Enthusiasts
Santee, Calif., July 29, 2015 – Gearheads, car lovers, vehicle geeks and performance and aftermarket enthusiasts! There is a new social media destination for people exactly like you: Boltups.com.
Boltups.com is the social media platform for like-minded motor aficionados and the parts and accessories makers that bring their vehicles and vessels to life.
The Pinterest-style site allows powersport fans to connect with one another and professionals in the industry, promoting online social collaboration and enhancing aftermarket industry commerce.
“With millions of motorsport enthusiasts throughout the U.S., we recognized that there was no comprehensive social sharing website for this industry,” says Tony Bilancia, spokesperson for Bolt Ups, LLC. “Our goal is to build a wide-ranging online community where aftermarket and performance lifestyle fans can interact with other users and share their own content.”
Much More Than Pictures
Steele Rubber Products is excited to be gearing up for this year’s SEMA Show. Steele has been working hard for over 50 years designing and manufacturing weatherstripping and other rubber parts for classic and antique American cars, trucks, and hot rods. They have a team devoted to researching and developing new parts and are always working with customers to develop custom pieces. All of their parts are designed from original pieces for a factory look and superior performance. They are a proud American manufacturer with their facility located in Denver, North Carolina.
The goal for Steele Rubber Products is to help their customers restore the car of their dreams. This year at SEMA they will be showcasing new products, hosting celebrity Dennis Gage, and so much more. Make sure you stop by and see them at Booth 22885 in Hot Rod Alley and ask them how they can help YOU restore the car of YOUR dreams.
Luma III, Inc.
July 27, 2015 Wichita, KS – Luma III, Inc. announces that they will be entering a new product in the SEMA Show 2015 New Product Showcase in the following categories: Collision Repair & Refinish, Tools & Equipment Product, and Engineered New Product.
Luma III will announce the new product, specifications, and launch date as SEMA Show 2015 approaches. Kirk Lucas, CEO, states “Luma III’s Aurora was a game changer for the refinishing industry; however, our excitement grows as we constantly innovate, improve, and continue to work towards helping great painters become even better painters”.
1970-1981 Camaro & Pontiac Firebird Booster Conversion Kit O.E.M Style Correct
-Includes 11” Delco Moraine stamped brake booster, proportioning valve, bracket & lines.
-This booster conversion kit is designed for the 2nd Gen GM Camaro/Firebird
-Freshen up your existing braking components or replace failing parts.
-Nothing in the kit is re-manufactured, all parts are brand new.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Caitlin McNally, Del City
Introducing Lead-Free Solder Terminals & Connectors
MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis., July 28, 2015 – Del City announces the addition of the new and improved Lead-Free Solder Terminals and Connectors to its product line, coming fall 2015. This innovative addition to the product line will be offered in Shrink Tube & Solder and Shrink Tube, Crimp & Solder varieties. The advantages of Lead-Free Solder include no hazardous materials (RoHS compliant), lower melt temperature (138°C vs 145°C), and greater surface tension. The improved surface tension allows the solder stays in place, providing greater tensile strength and a cleaner installation, as solder is less likely to run out of the tubing.
Performance Automatic takes a state of the art approach to putting a “Ford in a Ford” for those who choose the “5.0 Coyote” engine or the new “3.5 Eco Boost” engine. Performance Automatic has created a sophisticated Ford 4R70W Street Smart System to partner with each of these new engines.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Caitlin McNally, Del City
Now Available at Del City: Blue Sea Systems Bus Bars
MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis., July 28, 2015 – Blue Sea Systems, the premiere name in harsh environment products, is now available at Del City. These engineered products are designed, tested, and built to meet the stringent requirements of the boating, emergency, and commercial vehicle industries. Overall, Del City has added over 90 Blue Sea Systems items, including over 40 rugged bus bars.
Malcolm Johnson, CEO of ColorBond Automotive Finishes is pleased to announce the second annual Cleo Interior Restoration Crystal Trophy and $ 500 to be presented at the 2015 SEMA Show
The Cleo Crystal trophy and $ 500 is awarded to an individual who has shown excellence utilizing ColorBond finishes to restore the interior of any type of automobile including, trucks, muscle cars, classics, hot rods and antiques. This years winning entrant will exhibit the vehicle in the ColorBond booth at SEMA. The winner of the Cleo will be announced in September.
Last years winner, Mr Ken Bolen restored a 20 foot long 1969 Cadillac Deville. View pictures of the Caddy at Colorbondpaint.com/blog.
The Cleo was established in 2014 to honor Mr Leo Kagan
With one of the largest 3D printers on the market, Hoosier Pattern can bring your project to life quickly and accurately.
Doing a restoration or remodel?
Hoosier Pattern can print sand castings and molds direct from CAD files! Unlike conventional casting methods, our 3D printer eliminates the need for fabricating a pattern for the core or mold, printing geometrically complex designs for only 17 cents a cubic inch. To top it off, our 3D printer boasts a job box of 1800 x 1000 x 700 mm, making it the ideal choice for developing and testing new parts and prototypes of all sizes.
Pictured is a scaled down casting and mold for a 1923 Packard Indy Race car. For this restoration project, Hoosier Pattern took a drawing that had been turned into a CAD file and 3D printed the molds needed for the engine block to be poured.
Never poured into 3D printed sand? Contact Hoosier Pattern or visit hoosierpattern.com today to request free sample molds that are pour ready.