RideTech Wins Manufacturer of The Week And Sends Chevelle to Mecum

The Ridetech guys sure have been busy. They’re  headed off to Mecum Auctions in Kissimmee, Florida early next week to auction off their hot rod ’67 Chevelle SS build and they were just awarded “Manufacturer of the Week” from the MEP, better known as the  Manufacturer Extension Partnership.

The big event news for the end of January is the Mecum Auction running from 24th to 29th and Ridetech will be there with their awesome ’67 Big Block Chevelle SS project.

This 138 Code car has all the right stuff including a fire breathing 454, a M20 Muncie 4-speed and a 12 bolt Chevy rear end. All this thunder rolls out on state of the art Ridetech suspension,18 X9 Billet wheels and BFGoodrich rubber. Very nice.

You can check  out all the auction action on Discovery’s Velocity channel with the Chevelle (Lot T277) slated to cross the block  on the 26th around 8:30pm. You can also follow along on Ridetech’s Facebook page as well.

Next, The Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP), a branch of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, chose Ridetech as the “Manufacturer of the Week” for their “Make It In America Program.” This is a great honor with the goal being to promote and celebrate great “Made in the USA” products.  Kudos to all the folks at Ridetech for all their dedication and hard work. For more details, check out the MEP website.

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Dave Cruikshank

Dave Cruikshank is a lifelong car enthusiast and an Editor at Power Automedia. A zealous car geek since birth, he digs lead sleds, curvy fiberglass, kustoms and street rods.
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