It’s the beginning of the New Year, and for many that means being snowed in. That also means you’ve got plenty of time to tackle those last lingering “honey do’s” on your on-going project car. Thankfully, while we’re wrenching on our Mopars, manufacturers are pricing out the overstocked parts in their warehouses to clear room next year’s bumper crop of new go-fast parts.
What does that mean for you? Holley is poised to move on items that they’ve frankly got too much inventory like MSD ignition kits, ignition coils and plug wires; Superchips hand-held tuners; Diablosport digital dashes; and just a whole mess of exhaust parts from Hooker, Flowmaster and Mr. Gasket.
If you think we’re kidding, we just scored on a set of ceramic-coated, slip-together long tube 2-inch-tube-into-3-and-a-half-inch-collectors Hooker headers for our 572 Hemi monster engine build for our ’69 Charger R/T project “Brazen.” Trust us, Holley is motivated to move on some pretty desirable parts.
Now we get it, budgets can be pretty tight coming out of the Christmas season. That’s why Holley is hacking prices up to 60-percent off of SRP pricing. There are pages after pages of parts listed on Holley’s Clearance Rack so you’re going to have to do some searching.
But it gets even better. If you don’t find something in the Clearance Rack pages that fits your needs, go ahead and browse Holley’s website for what you might need because you’ll likely encounter a few price reductions sprinkled throughout their ginormous catalog!