ATI Is Building A Hot Rod Bel Air, And It Takes Cool To A New Level

ATI Is Building A Hot Rod Bel Air, And It Takes Cool To A New Level

When J.C. Beattie of ATI Performance Products decided to build a vehicle to be a hot rod and a tester of ATI products, he elected to build something cool, and the cars don't get much cooler than a '54 Bel Air.Read More

Video: Would You Accept A Free 1955 Chevy Two-Door Bel Air?

Video: Would You Accept A Free 1955 Chevy Two-Door Bel Air?

Can you imagine getting a FREE 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air two-door hardtop? Regardless of the condition of the car, that's pretty darn cool. Would you really be getting a good deal if you tried to restore it though.Read More

Any Given Sunday: Ten Cars Spotted In Durham, Ontario

Any Given Sunday: Ten Cars Spotted In Durham, Ontario

Durham Ontario is a Canadian hot bed for awesome hot rods. Check out these ten show finds from various Durham Ontario events in the summer of 2017.Read More

Video: We Take A Look At Axle Options In A Moser Minute

Video: We Take A Look At Axle Options In A Moser Minute

You've probably heard of a New York minute but have you ever heard of a Moser Minute? We talk axle flange options in the latest installment of Moser's new series of minute-long tech tips.Read More

Body Styles: What is a Gook Wagon And What Does That Term Mean?

Body Styles: What is a Gook Wagon And What Does That Term Mean?

Automotive terms are often thrown around casually without any thought to where it came from and what it meant. We examine the term "gook wagon" here. It probably doesn't mean what you thought it did.Read More

Wheels For Less Explains How To Measure Wheel Size

Wheels For Less Explains How To Measure Wheel Size

Even with a simple change like new disc brakes, it's important to make all the necessary measurements for proper fitment of your new wheels. The more modifications you make, the more important it is to measure.Read More

Street Feature: A '38 Chevy Pickup Driven 1,680 Miles To The Show

Street Feature: A ’38 Chevy Pickup Driven 1,680 Miles To The Show

The Whitefords drove their white Chevy more than 1,500 miles to get to the Goodguys show in Puyallup, Washington. That's a drive we'd love to make! With the modern drivetrain and A/C, it'd be comfortable and fun!Read More

El Cheapo: Building A Rat Rod For $1,500. Episode 5 – The Rearend

El Cheapo: Building A Rat Rod For $1,500. Episode 5 – The Rearend

Here is the next edition in our budget series that shows how to build a rat rod for under $1,500. We continue with the rearend and how to stay within our shoestring budget.Read More

Art Morrison Releases Chevy LT1/LT4 and Ford Coyote Motor Mounts

Art Morrison Releases Chevy LT1/LT4 and Ford Coyote Motor Mounts

New from Art Morrison - their motor mounts to install the latest Chevy LT1/LT4 and Ford Coyote V8s. These mounts make it easy to install these engines in street rods, classic trucks and muscle cars. Check them out!Read More

Harmonic Damper: A Key Source for Lost Horsepower

Harmonic Damper: A Key Source for Lost Horsepower

How does the harmonic damper affect performance? Can you really gain horsepower through the use of the proper product? Find out more information inside.Read More

Danchuk Tri-Five Nationals Was An Event To Remember

Danchuk Tri-Five Nationals Was An Event To Remember

The Danchuk Tri-Five Nationals is in the books, and was one of the best shows ever. If you couldn't make it to the event, you don't know what you missed. Don't fear, we took plenty of pictures for you to check out.Read More

Home-Built Hero: Glenn Halperin's '67 C10 Pickup

Home-Built Hero: Glenn Halperin’s ’67 C10 Pickup

There is no doubting the popularity of the Chevrolet pickup. Glenn Halperin is a believer in that idea, and has a cool C10 to express his taste. Check out this patina-ridden classic hauler and see why they are cool.Read More

Roadster Shop's Inferno Camaro Wins Of Street Machine Of The Year

Roadster Shop’s Inferno Camaro Wins Of Street Machine Of The Year

Roadster Shop kills it this year with their Street Machine of the Year winner: Inferno Camaro. This 1969 Camaro is as far custom as you can get while still staying true to the first-gen Camaro style.Read More

Kill The Gremlins! Five Foolproof Project Car Wiring Tips

Kill The Gremlins! Five Foolproof Project Car Wiring Tips

Wiring got you twisted up? Eric Demyan from EFI University shares tips with us on how to set your project up for electric success. Read More

Ridetech Building What Might Be The Ultimate '67 Chevelle

Ridetech Building What Might Be The Ultimate ’67 Chevelle

Ridetech has been building custom suspensions to improve hot rods for many years. But what you might not have known, is they also use what they build on their own rides. Check out their latest Chevelle project.Read More

Home-Built Hero: Family-Built Father/Son Muscle Cruisers

Home-Built Hero: Family-Built Father/Son Muscle Cruisers

When one great Chevy musclecar isn't enough, you rebuild two. That is exactly what Craig Leslie and his father did with this 1966 Chevelle SS and 1970 Monte Carlo. Find out more about these family hot rods.Read More

Goodguys' West Coast Nationals Are Almost Here. Are You Ready?

Goodguys’ West Coast Nationals Are Almost Here. Are You Ready?

The Goodguys' West Coast Nationals are almost upon us, and now is the time to make your plans. Get ready to check out hot rods, classics, and classic American autos at their finest.Read More

Our Babe Of The Month Miss Marisol With A Sweet '65 Ford F100

Our Babe Of The Month Miss Marisol With A Sweet ’65 Ford F100

After sitting stagnant for some time, we decided to enlist the help of west coast pinup photograher Mitzi Valenzuela to bring back our babe of the month features. Here's Miss Marisol, our August BOTM.Read More

Swapping A Water Pump Can Get You Out Of Hot Water - Literally

Swapping A Water Pump Can Get You Out Of Hot Water – Literally

Is your hot rod losing its cool? Did you know that replacing only the water pump on your classic ride can possibly drop your engine's running temperature by up to 20 degrees? We were skeptical too - at first.Read More

Body Styles: What Is A Jalopy And Where Did The Term Come From?

Body Styles: What Is A Jalopy And Where Did The Term Come From?

Automotive terms are thrown around pretty loosely without a thought of where they came from and what they mean. We take a look at one of the common body terms used today and where they came from. Read more here.Read More

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