Working in his garage, Matthew Myers' dad had the idea to put his Monte Carlo and Corvair together with an LS Swap. After some blood, sweat, and beers, this is the result.
Previously a spectator, Todd Steinmetz attended as a participant at this year's LS Fest in his 1985 LS powered Chevette. Todd bought the car as a driver and decided to put an LS1 in it. Out of the box, it ran an 11:3 with a bone stock engine. Needless to say, that just made Todd
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When Josh Craig's dad, who's into GM cars, heard his son wanted a Volkswagen Bug for his first car, Josh's dad wouldn't even take him to get it. Now Josh is putting GM power into his Volkswagen dream cars.
Watch Kari Bahus' K5 Blazer hang' em high at LS Fest! This beautiful topless K5 Blazer dubbed "Open Container" yanks the wheel on every pass! Find out more details on this super cool build!
Derek Carter got hooked on drifting while attending and participating at LS Fest in previous years. This year Derek was ready to take-on drifting with a Nissan 240 SX he built himself for the sole purpose of drifting. Subscribe to our YouTube channel here and click the notification bell to be notified when this video
Brian Allen drove his LS-powered 1966 Ford Fairlane 600 miles in a pouring rainstorm from Chicago to Bowling Green KY to participate in LS Fest East. Join us as he takes us on a tour of his beautiful car that was rebuilt with the help of his dad and his son - making it a
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Check out our 2018 LS Fest East overview video! This year was better than ever, despite rain making Sunday LS festivities difficult to enjoy. Let us know if you see your ride in the video and make sure to comment and let us know what you enjoyed about the event this year.