Edelbrock began in 1938 after Vic, Sr. had opened his first automotive shop, purchased his first project car, and
designed his first intake manifold for that 1932 Ford Roadster. From there, that '32 Ford began being the tester for
many of Edelbrock's future parts, including that first intake manifold, cylinder heads, pistons, crankshafts and
steering wheels. Eventually, Edelbrock transitioned his repair business into a parts business, as his
parts became more and more popular. Shortly after, in 1946, he created his first catalog.
Edelbrock's business quickly grew and he opened his first purpose built shop in 1949 and was able to expand his business
by designing more cylinder heads, intake manifolds, and pistons for many different applications. He also installed one
of the industry's first engine dynos in 1948, so he could gauge the effectiveness of his products. Throughout the next
decade, Vic, Sr. continued to expand his business with much larger product lines and greater influence in racing until
his untimely passing in 1962. Soon after, Vic, Jr. took over the business and maintained the traditions that his father
Since then, Edelbrock has continued to expand and improve. The company is headquartered near Los Angeles and now boasts seven
locations in California, over 500,000
square feet of space, and dozens of new products across many Ford, GM and other model lines. CJ Pony Parts sells over
200 different Edelbrock products, including:
Each of these Edelbrock parts is built with quality and performance in mind, guaranteeing you will get a well-engineered
and high performing product for your Mustang. Order now.