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TCI Engineering Turns 45 With a Big Prize In 1974, Ed Moss turned his passion into a thriving, classic car restoration business. Total Cost Involved Engineering started with a first-of-its-kind Ford Model A chassis. Now TCI Engineering manufactures chassis and suspension products for street rods, hot rods, trucks, and muscle cars from its 32,000-square-foot facility in Ontario, California. The company has earned numerous design and performance honors over the years, including the Manufacturer of the Year Award from SEMA-SRMA. TCI Engineering is celebrating its 45th anniversary by giving away a complete chassis or suspension package. Online entry forms will be accepted until November 25. The winner will be drawn on December 2 and notified within 24 hours. The winner's choice of an Early Classic Car Chassis, Classic Truck Chassis, or Muscle Car Suspension will be shipped directly to them. To enter the contest, and to see all rules and details, visit . Slonaker Trophy Designed by Brockmeyer In the August issue, we announced the contest for the design of a new trophy for the Al Slonaker Memorial Award. The Slonaker Award is presented annually to the best non-roadster at the Grand National Roadster Show. , which owns the GNRS, has selected Eric Brockmeyer's design as the winning entrant. STREET RODDER readers are familiar with Brockmeyer's work. His illustrations have appeared on our pages, and many of the cars featured in this magazine have been built from his designs. Two trophies will be created. One will be presented by Automotive Racing Products to the Slonaker Award winner starting in January 2020. A larger version will be a perpetual award, displayed at the Hozy's Grill restaurant at ARP's facility in Santa Paula, California, and in the ARP booth at the SEMA Show in the fall. For more information, visit . See more of Eric Brockmeyer's work at . Hot Rod Pioneer Makes SEMA Hall of Fame Bruce Crower, founder of Crower Racing Cams & Equipment, is one of three automotive industry leaders inducted into the SEMA Hall of Fame in July. A participant in the hobby since childhood, Crower began professionally manufacturing race products in 1955. From mounting a 6-71 blower on his Hudson to supplying the Crower Glide Clutch and wings for Don Garlits Swamp Rat dragsters, Crower has dedicated his life to high-performance. The other 2019 inductees are Bob Chandler, creator of Bigfoot, the Ford F-250 pickup that started the monster truck craze in 1975, and Marla Moore, marketing professional, industry advocate, and chairperson of numerous SEMA councils and committees. For more information about the SEMA Hall of Fame, visit . The post Latest News From the Street Rod Hobby appeared first on Hot Rod Network .


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