Specialty Vehicle Engineering’s founder Ed Hamburger began his first performance parts business in 1970 after his resident expertise as a drag racer and induction into the NHRA NED Drag Racing Hall of Fame was a driving source of inspirational knowledge. He then began a unique business featuring a well-focused product line of the high-performance engine, suspension, and transmission components. His next exciting chapter saw the creation of Hamburger’s Oil Pan, which grew to become the dominant performance oil pan supplier in NASCAR Cup Racing and NHRA drag racing, seeing 85% of all cars sporting his specially-designed pans.
In 1987, Ed formed Street Legal Performance, which has since become Specialty Vehicle Engineering. After many great years of honing custom builds to perfection, all of us here at Jim Butler Chevy [...]
Jim Butler Chevrolet is excited to show off the new 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 on the lot in St. Louis. The 2014 Chevy Silverado may look similar to the 2013 model but don’t be fooled because this pickup is more efficient, more comfortable, and more powerful.
The 2014 Chevy Silverado is All-NEW and redefines the image of the Chevy Silverado. The 2014 Silverado underwent a few changes to the exterior of the vehicle and had some updates added to the interior. The headlamps have a newer design, the grille is bigger, and the hood is made of aluminum. There is now a step tucked into each corner of the bumper which allows for easy access to the bed of the truck.
The 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 has a trio of new aluminum-block EcoTech3 engines which include a 4.3-liter V-6 and two V-8s, also the small-block [...]