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Canadian Manufacturer Impresses U.S. Distributor, Classic Industries, with New Product for 1994-96 Impala

Speed Tech Performance (STP), manufacturers of aftermarket products for the 1967-'69 Camaro, 1970-'81 second generation Camaro, 1968-'74 Nova, 1964-'72 A Body and the 1994-'96 B Body Impala SS, announces that one of its products, their Tubular Control Arms, will be featured in the Classic Industries Impala/Full-Size Chevrolet catalog due out in August 2006.

Speed Tech Performance (STP), manufacturers of aftermarket products for the 1967-’69 Camaro, 1970-’81 second generation Camaro, 1968-’74 Nova, 1964-’72 A Body and the 1994-’96 B Body Impala SS, announces that one of its products, their Tubular Control Arms, will be featured in the Classic Industries Impala/Full-Size Chevrolet catalog due out in August 2006.

The New Products Research Team at Classic Industries all agree, "The fit and finish of these control arms is amazing. Slick, mirror black powder coat and finely polished stainless steel emphasize the details our customers are looking for. Not only good looking but extremely strong as well and the engineering of these control arms are set to exacting standards."

Tubular control arms are a great performance upgrade to your 1994-96 Impala. The STP arms and their components are designed and CNC machined for exact tolerances. Stronger than factory arms, they add improved suspension geometry which provides better handling. The beautiful and completely assembled arms feature, stainless steel cross shafts with aluminum/Acetron-style bushings for a squeak-free ride, factory-style ball joints with billet aluminum covers and long-lasting urethane bump stops.

Classic Industries is a distributor of reproduction and original GM parts and accessories for the Camaro, Firebird/Trans Am, Nova/Chevy II, Impala (Full size Chevy), Chevy and GMC truck. For additional information, visit www.ClassicIndustries.com.

Speed Tech Performance utilizes software to conduct some of the FEA testing as well as stress load factor testing on their products. Products manufactured by the company include control arms, cross shafts, dust covers, bushings, body mounts, offset shackles, brake brackets, trailing arms and hubs. For additional information, visit www.speedtech-performance.com.

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