Lockit Tools Announces Their Updated 'Street Rods In The Works' Feature

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Lockit Tool's 'Street Rods In The Works' offers some great viewing for high performance car fans.

Lockit Tools of Bellingham, Washington is happy to introduce the updated version of their ‘Street Rods in the Works’ feature at http://www.lockitsocket.com .

‘Street Rods in the Works’ follows the construction of the unique cars built by Pyramid Street Rods, a premier West Coast performance car design and fabrication shop. Owned and operated by John Barbero, Pyramid Street Rods has been designing and building beautiful, show winning (and totally drivable) vehicles for over 30 years.

As suppliers of the performance proven Lockit Socket line of spark plug sockets, Lockit Tools is excited to be able to provide progressive updates on cars such as Gary Beck’s ’32 Ford Hemi powered roadster. This car won “1st in Class” and “Best Rod”, among other awards at the 2006 Spokane Auto Boat and Speed Show. Another Hemi powered ’32 is now under construction for Gabe Rodriguez of New Orleans, LA., featuring a fuel injected Keith Black motor. Also ‘in the works’ is a Roush Racing 427 cubic inch small block powered ’56 Ford T-Bird.    

Lockit Socket spark plug sockets utilize a patented spring clip method to hold spark plugs securely, and release them easily. These tools are manufactured in the U.S.A. from the highest quality domestic steel, and carry a lifetime socket warrantee. On orders placed through http://www.lockitsocket.com, there is a one year warrantee on the replaceable spring clip, and each tool is shipped with a spare clip. A customer who tries Lockit Socket tools and is not entirely satisfied, can return them within 90 days for a full refund.

Lockit Socket spark plug sockets simplify spark plug service on all kinds of engines. From new high tech automotive applications to huge horsepower street rods, Lockit Socket tools are a perfect fit.

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