All of the above mentioned goodies are available via the 2017 Chevrolet Performance Parts catalog. You can check out some of the parts until Friday at SEMA in Las Vegas where Chevy is also displaying the and concepts, along with a beach-ready .
The trucks meanwhile get a 10-horsepower upgrade for the Silverado when packing the 5.3-liter engine, while the bigger 6.2-liter powerhorse gets a bump of 7 hp. Aside from the increased power there’s also a refreshed exhaust for better sound and a cold-air intake system. There are also numerous accessories for both, such as floor liners, tonneau covers, bed liners, side steps, and fresh sets of alloys. All parts can be had through the 2017 Chevrolet Performance Parts catalog.
This early “Stutz” look – a – like appears to be a fairly tame road going speedster that may have been a father and son project judging by the faces in the cockpit in the photo below. Only ten years later, you can see from the excerpts of this 1929 Arthur Chevrolet Racing parts catalog above, just how far the racing equipment for the Model T had developed.
Chevrolet Auto Parts Catalog