While so many people were wallowing in their self-pity, complaining that they had nothing to do during the shutdowns of the pandemic, Ryan Honey seized the opportunity to do, what else, work on his hot rod! And that says a lot, considering the car was 95% freshly complete when the Covid restrictions took hold. “We made things stronger,” tells Honey. “We took the time to pull the motor and moved what we
could onto a Dart block with a Crower crank, Callies Ultra rods and JE custom pistons.
It was seventeen years ago when Ryan’s dad, Lee John Honey, bought the 1972 Chevelle from his brother, Michael Honey. “It took my dad nearly a…..CLICK THE MAGAZINE IMAGE TO READ THE FULL STORY NOW!
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