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Welcome to South Carolina Speed Shops.  Come on in and take a look around at all our gear head stuff.

Feel free to contact us if you would like your shop, club or event featured on our website.

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 So-Car Speed Shops

Wade Hampton Boulevard, Taylors, South Carolina

est. 1963

  

 

 

CHECK OUT THE LATEST OLD SCHOOL, HOT ROD SHOP IN GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA.

Go see Nick (left) and Andy (right) at Rusty Nuts Originals and let them hook you up with a Custom Bike or Rod that will set you apart from the rest.  They're not too far from Downtown Greenville, South Carolina.  If you can't go to the shop, check 'em out on the web and Like them on Facebook.

 

                

  

   

         

The guys from Motor Trend Classics were looking for a location to shoot photos of the late, great GM A body muscle cars.  They were bringing together two of the last heavy weights.  The 1971 Oldsmobile 442, W-30 and the 1972 Buick GS 455, Stage 1.  Motor Trend had chosen a 442 owned by Mike Bivins in Atlanta, Georgia, a member of the Dixie Olds Club.  Motor Trend's choice for the GS is owned by Paul Haddock in North Carolina, a member of the Gran Sport Club of America's Carolinas Chapter.  It was obvious that this meeting had to happen in South Carolina.  But where?  In their search for middle ground, they contacted So-Car for suggestions.  But these guys had already found a really good location on their own...

The Esso Club in Clemson, South Carolina. 

 

Todd Lassa, Detroit Editor for Motor Trend (right) and photographer, Daniel Bryne (left) are putting together an excellent retrospective view of this early 1970’s intra-GM rivalry.  You need to check out Motor Trend Classics for the rest of the story and some really cool shots of these cars.

 

Scheduled for the Spring 2012 Edition.

 

  

 

 

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 1968 Chevy C-10 Pick Up

515 Fulton Crate Motor

Somewhere in UpState South Carolina

The Burn Out King strikes again!

Want your Chevy to do this?

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in Spartanburg, SC

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Moonville, South Carolina   circa  1980's

 

  

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