Thursday, January 23, 2014

1964 Malibu Chevelle SS

We always enjoy it when our customers come by to show off their vehicles. A few days ago, Mark Licon of Wildomar, California, stopped by to pick-up some CPP parts and to show us the progress on his 1964 Malibu Chevelle SS. He's had this cream-white colored daily-driver since high school, and amazingly, it still has the original 283 engine in it. The car sports a number of CPP products, including: a complete front disc brake kit, a 9" booster with master cylinder, and our trailing arms. Mark also has a 2nd series 1955 Chevy pick-up. It, too, is loaded with CPP parts. Thanks for stopping by Mark.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Whittier Area Class Car Show 2014

Once again, CPP is one of the sponsors of the Annual Whittier Area Classic Car Show. The event will be held on February 22, 2014 from 9 AM to 4 PM at the Whittier Area Community Church. The show is open to all makes and models of American and foreign, classic and collector vehicles, 1976 and older. Whether you come to show your vehicle or just to check out what's on display, we hope you'll stop our booth and say, "hi". CLICK HERE for more information on the show.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

More Expansion

We can't stop growing, and we owe to you — our customers. To provide you better service we're expanding once again. Watch as we compress a day work of expansion into 60 seconds.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

1941 Olds Club Coupe / John Kosmoski

Recently, World-renowned custom car painter, Jon Kosmoski showed off his newest creation: a 1941 Olds Club Coupe. Like many professionals in the industry, he uses CPP parts on his projects. In this interview, shot on location at SEMA 2013, John talks about which CPP parts he used on this project and why.

In the News Again!

Lately, it seems everywhere you look there is a new article or story about CPP. Most recently in the January 2014 issue of "Tire Tracks", the online newsletter for, there's an in depth interview with CPP's owner, Jim Ries. A wide range of topics were covered in the interview. The result is an interesting and informative read. Check it out yourself by clicking here.