The M2 Machines 2017 Auto-Drivers Release 43 includes a nice selection of models all decked-out in your favorite automotive performance brand liveries. It includes a Holley 1950 Studebaker 2R Truck and a 1970 Dodge Super Bee bearing the Hooker Headers logo, among others. I found my Weiand 1967 Chevy Nova SS at a Walmart.
The Weiand story began in the 1930s when Phil Weiand opened a performance parts warehouse, eventually producing his own product – the first aluminum intake manifold – in 1937. For eight decades, Weiand has produced a variety of manifolds, aluminum cylinder heads, water pumps and superchargers. The company was acquired in the late 1990s by Holley but still produces its own products under the Weiand name.
You can see a few more of my M2 Machines 1967 Chevy Novas here.