Showing posts from May, 2012

Win a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro!

Newsradio 620 WTMJ and Heiser Automotive Group are proud to be a part of the return of the Classic Free Ride! This year is different—we’re giving away one of the COOLEST CARS EVER BUILT: a fully restored 1969 Camaro! The 1969 Camaro was manufactured in 1969 in Los Angeles, California.   This model was restyled with a more aggressive look than the 1968 version.   Restored by Braun’s Automotive, this Camaro includes: -Restored as a SS (clone) -Bahama Blue with a white “hockey stick” stripe - A deluxe interior with Black bucket seats, carpet & headliner          -Center console and horse shoe shifter -Complete gauge package:   120 mph speedometer, tachometer, clock -AM/FM radio -300 horsepower Chevy 350 cubic inch engine (non numbers matching) -4 barrel carburetor aluminum intake and ceramic coated headers -Chevy 350 automatic transmission (non numbers matching) -Power steering & power disc brakes -15 inch rally rims with performance tires Our fi

Summer Maintenance Tips for Your Vehicle

You've got your SPF 30 suntan lotion, a giant cooler filled with your favorite snacks, Kindle, and your iPod -- you're ready for a summer road trip. You may be prepared, but has your car had its summer automotive maintenance just yet?  As Wisconsin’s summer quickly approaches, it is important to remember some simple automotive maintenance procedures to ensure you are ready for the road. GET A RADIATOR FLUSH: The coolant in your radiator doesn't last forever. Over time, the antifreeze in your vehicle may become acidic and lose its ability to help protect the engine from extreme temperatures. Occasionally flushing the radiator will help keep it clean and prevent buildup of dirt and sediment. Fresh antifreeze will also help protect your car engine from extreme cold or hot temperatures. There are several different factors that are to be considered before you decide the frequency at which you are going to flush the coolant. Some noticeable ones are as follows: size of the eng