The Loper’s Performance Center is full of performance and racing-related parts and components from the leading companies in the industry. On the counter is a Wiend aluminum intake manifold for a Ford small block engine and an Edelbrock 650cfm carburetor, plus, some misc. components to finish the job. These parts were in-stock and ready to take home. There are always interesting older vehicles in the Loper’s Service Center. The cars parked in front of the store, a Cobra replica had a new coil installed, the 1961 Pontiac received various fixes and upgrades and the 1948 Willys Jeep got a 12 bolt differential conversion. In the engine shop, an Oldsmobile V-8 and a Chevy 383 stroker V-8 are now finished from complete rebuilds. In the dedicated Dyno facility was an amazing 1968 Shelby Mustang. The 427 cubic inch side oiler V-8 powered Muscle Car came to Loper’s from Russia. The Loper’s crew are getting it all tuned up and ready for cruising. A ’68 Chevy C-10 pickup had been in storage for many years, the Loper’s techs are bringing it back to a safe and reliable driving condition. A 1970’s Chevy Cheyenne C-10 pickup came into the shop with a do-it-yourself installed, but not working correctly Holley Sniper EFI system. It’s going home working RIGHT. A 1968 Oldsmobile 442 is receiving a broken axle repair. Up on a lift, a 1980’s Chevy Blazer is getting a gear ratio change. Up on another lift, a big GMC 4×4 pickup, is being fitted with a brand new Holley Sniper EFI system, that will improve the truck’s performance, cold starting and fuel economy. These are great examples of the many different types of service, maintenance, upgrades, repairs, engine builds, etc. etc. that you can have done at the Loper’s Service Center in Phoenix. Same location for OVER 50 YEARS at 902 E. Indian School Rd. in central Phoenix. Call them at 602-264-5288. Please mention Roddin’ & Racin’ when you call or stop by.