The countdown is on until the annual Sandwich Fair! Mark your calendars for September 7th through the 11th and get ready for some quaint, old-fashioned fun!
The Sandwich Fair was established in 1888 making it Illinois’ oldest running county fair. This is a great place where old traditions and friends and family come together for a fun filled week. There are many fantastic events and things to do such as motor events, delicious foods, livestock judging, and a carnival midway.
Even if you are a long-time attendee of the fair, each year has new events and exciting opportunities that you will want to check out. If you have never attended, you will definitely want to add this event to your calendar! There is something for everyone at the Sandwich Fair!
For a complete list of entertainment and activities, be sure to check out the Sandwich Fair website. On the website you will also find directions and admission prices. We at Gjovik Auto hope to see you at the Sandwich Fair this September!
The first official look at the revised 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD pickup has been revealed and we at Gjovik Auto love what we see! Although this new truck hasn’t been formally introduced yet, Chevy is showing off the front-end design which is highlighted by a functional hood scoop.
This redesigned front-end is an advancement of functionality and style. The new Chevy functional hood scoop is part of a new air intake system. This new system helps to keep the engine temperatures lower, and will be a key technology on the 2500 and 3500 models. This is important as these models typically perform heavy duty applications, such as hauling.
The fenders will pull 40% of cool air into the Duramax engine, but then the hood scoop will pull the other 60%. The two input areas will combine as they funnel air into the engine’s combustion chambers. When the truck travels at higher speeds, even more air goes into the engine thanks to a ram-air effect.
Even more impressively, the new system comes with an air/water separator. This ensures that wet air does not enter the engine. We are excited to hear more information about the redesigned Chevy truck as it is released in the future. We will be sure to keep you updated as more details are released.