Over the weekend, dozens of amazing, never-before-seen hot rods descended on the COBO Center in Detroit, Michigan for the one and only Detroit Autorama; check out which rides bagged the coveted title of Great 8!
The show season is already getting a start with the 2014 Detroit Autorama and the crowning of the latest Ridler Award winner. In years past, the coveted award has gone to some pristine rides, 2014 is no different!
Born in March of 1925, William Clay Ford Sr., Henry Ford’s last surviving grandchild and heir to the Ford Motor Company fortune, died on Sunday March 9th, just days before his 89th birthday.
The ’49-’51 Mercury Coupe will always be the quintessential Kustom car. The Bugarin Merc is one of the reasons why. Inspired by Bob Hirohata’s Barris built masterpiece learn more about Bugarin’s iconic ’51 inside!
In recent years, drive-in theaters have been making a come back. The Roadium drive-in is set to reopen in early spring with state of the art equipment and 800 parking spots for viewers to enjoy. Learn more inside!
SoCal landspeed racers converge for a Rod Rider’s Awards Banquet before it’s back into the garage to prep their machines for the upcoming meet on May 17-18, 2014. Learn more about the recent banquet inside!
In the Iconic Steel mini-series, Rod Authority will bring back icons of the golden age from the annals and archives of old literature. Check out this spotlight on Jerry DeVito’s 1957 Ford Fairlane, The Maze!
Royal Purple is once again holding a contest where the grand prize winner will be their guest at SEMA 2014 in Las Vegas. SEMA is usually closed to the public, so here’s your chance to visit the yearly trade show.
Check out this history of Gene Winfield’s talent and breakthrough on the silver screen. We touch on iconic creations such as the “Reactor,” “Spinner,” from Blade Runner, and the “Galileo Shuttle” from Star Trek.