Ray Briggs’ Cherry ’69 Camaro Could Be The Perfect Cruiser

Some guys want a car that is designed for racing, while others want a car that will win all the trophies at car shows. Ray Briggs' Camaro can do both, but he would rather spend his time racking up miles. Read More


Killer Kustom 1959 Impala Boasts Supercharged LS9 Motivation

Supercharged 1959 Chevy Impala custom build to pure perfection is up for sale. Initially built for a customer, it has been turned into a modified gorgeous everyday drive and can be yours..for a price Read More


Ernie Ricard’s 1939 International D-30/1934 Ford Custom Build

We found an amazing custom build with an international flair from our neighbors to the north in Alberta, Canada. This combination custom International D30/Ford Pickup must be seen to be believed. Read More


Throwback Thursday: Chevrolet Options You Likely Never Knew About

Selling options are one way a car dealer makes money, and the more options they sell, the more money they make. Over the years, some Chevrolet options weren't very popular, and that can make them valuable today. Read More

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Tony Genty Buys Back Family Business, Changes Name And Location

Jamco Suspension becomes Jamco Parts and moves back to the Genty family, expanding product lines and changing location of the company headquarters. Read more about the recent changes at Jamco Parts here. Read More


Top 5 Most Infamous Street Rod/Customs Of All Time: #4

John Dillinger's year long quarter million dollar crime spree involved robbing 24 banks and four police stations. His choice of escape vehicles was the 1933 Essex Trerraplane, a discreet street rod for the times. Read More


Top 5 Most Infamous Street Rod/Custom Of All Time: #5

Our #5 on the top five countdown of most infamous Street Rods or Customs is a stretch fit into the custom category but worth including on the list. Ted Bundy's 1968 VW is truly a macabre container of death. Read More


HRIA Free Seminars And Pinewood Derby At The NSRA Nationals

The NSRA National events offer so much for enthusiasts, and this year's Louisville Nationals also featuring the HRIA's pinewood derby and free seminars. More info on how to register here. Read More


Home-Built Hero: Bill Pewterbaugh’s ’68 Chevelle SS

After 43 years of owning this Chevelle, some might think that Bill Pewterbaugh is afraid of change. That couldn't be farther from the truth, he just knows when something is worth keeping around for the long haul. Read More


Classic Instruments Introduces 2 5/8-Inch Gauges

New from Classic Instruments – full sweep and short sweep 2 5/8-gauges. These units come with rugged air-core movement for long-lasting precision and durability, as well as all-new performance-style bezels. Read More

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TECH5: Insight Into Timing Gear Sets With Nornda

This week we had the opportunity to sit down with Marty Staggs, the U.S. representative of Norada. Today's topic is the focused on timing components and different ways to dial in your timing. Read More


BreaElla: An International Diamond Found In The Desert

Trevor Williams brought his 1955 Chevy truck from Canada to the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend to show it off. Built with subtle changes that differ from a stock truck, it's hard to tell the differences. Read More


EFI On The Brain: FAST Expands EFI Training Classes For 2016

The EFI specialists at FAST have assembled their in-house tuning experts for another year-long schedule of Intro to EFI courses to help any newcomer that is looking to break into the world of custom EFI tuning. Read More


You’re Doing It Wrong: Brake Caliper Maintenance From MP Brakes

A multi-piston caliper upgrade means better stopping performance and fewer moving parts. But is there something you should be doing between brake pad changes? Master Power Brakes says yes. Read More


1957 Aurora: The Ugliest Prototype Car Ever Built?

The 1957 Aurora prototype was well intentioned but lacked some of the things needed to be successful in selling production cars ... like styling and performance. Other features were well ahead of its time. Read More

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Rob Wade’s ’65 Chevy II Defines The Term Powerful Perseverance

This potent Chevy II Nova SS is quite capable of cutting some serious e.t.'s on the track, but owner Rob Wade explains he had the perseverance to build this car for much more, and enjoys driving it on the street. Read More


Real Deal Steel Soon Offering Complete Repo Nomad/Safari Doors

Real Deal Steel introduces two crucial missing pieces for Chevy Nomad/Pontiac Safari restorers all steel reproduction doors. These 18-gauge doors are exact reproductions of the factory originals. Check them out! Read More


The Tri-Five Nationals Are Returning To Bowling Green, Kentucky

If you're a fan of the Tri-Five Chevy, then you need to make your way to Bowling Green, Kentucky this August. The Tri-Five Nationals is the largest gathering of everything pertaining to the classic hot rod. Read More


Random Shots From The Goodguys PPG Nationals In Columbus, Ohio

Keeping on the lookout for new and special surprises at the show, we found a bevy of highly-customized hot rods at the 19th annual PPG Nationals in Columbus, Ohio. One thing is certain: You have never seen it all. Read More


Edelbrock’s Genuine Edelbrock Rebates On Carburetor or Manifold

Edelbrock performance is proud to announce that they have brought back their 'Genuine Edelbrock' rebate program for carb and manifold purchases. If you've been waiting for the right time to buy, now is your chance. Read More