There are always cool and interesting vehicles at the Loper’s Service Center in Phoenix, here are a few recent examples. A 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air is receiving a complete rebuild of its original 235cid straight six engine and its two-speed automatic transmission. A 1964 Chevy Bel Air 4 door came into the Loper’s shop with a poorly performing engine that was built by another shop. The Loper’s crew will do what’s needed to make it perform better and install a complete Vintage Air A/C system. The Loper’s Service Center installed a new GM Performance small block crate engine into an early 50’s Chevy custom pickup. They are now doing the final Dyno tuning to achieve maximum performance for the customer. A beautiful 1964 Cadillac El Dorado received a complete rebuild of its 472 cubic inch V-8 engine and then the final Dyno tuning. Another car that needed Dyno tuning is a 1957 Chevy Bel Air, that first had its Holley carburetor rebuilt by the Loper’s crew. There are several vehicles waiting to get into the service bays including a 1956 Chevrolet convertible and a 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. Each one will receive a complete comprehensive tune-up. The 383-powered Road Runner is going to receive some transmission linkage adjustments. The Loper’s Performance Center is loaded with name-brand performance and racing parts. When l needed a specific Auto Meter gauge and a tachometer, they had it in stock. The Loper’s Service Center and Performance Center has been at 902 E. Indian School Rd. in Phoenix for well over 50 years. Call Loper’s at 602-264-5288 and mention Roddin’ & Racin’ when you call or stop by.