Simple Excellence With Don King’s Pristine 1957 Chevy Bel Air

Roaming around at the 22nd Goodguys Summer Get-Together, we stumbled across this immaculate 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. Click here to check out Don King's beautiful American classic that rings of respect and nostalgia. Read More


Colorado GoodGuys -18 Years And Counting

GoodGuys Rod and Custom Association brought their event to the Ranch Complex in Loveland, Colorado, the weekend of September 11-13th. Catch our coverage of the event, and what a great event it was. Read More


One Insane, Ludicrous Build With This 1939 Plymouth Truck

With aspirations to take to the sky, we stumbled across the 1939 Plymouth pickup that looks straight out of a cartoon. Click here to check out this crazy kustom build that has a surprising mill up front. Read More


Video: A Kustom, Slammed ’38 Chevy Pickup That Screams For Attention

Our favorite custodian of cool, Scottie D of ScottieDTV, found a beautiful 1938 bagged Chevy pickup. A closer look at the truck showed us a stretched hood and raised bed that gave this custom truck a mean look. Read More


Trivia Tuesday for 10/13/2015 – When Was the First Key-Start System?

Your water cooler trivia for October 13th is here. These not so well known facts will stump your friends and make you look like a smarter version of Cliffie Claven from Cheers. Read More


XS Power Introduces Vintage Style Batteries

Charge it up the right way with XS Power's new batteries that lend power and style to your ride. Two styles to choose from offer light weight and high power. Check 'em out! Read More

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SEMA Ignited, The Party After The Show, Is Back And Better Than Ever

If you've ever wanted to go to the SEMA show but couldn't, or if you've needed a good reason to go, check out SEMA Ignited. The Show after the show! Read more here for a promotional discount to the event. Read More


Speedway Motors Tour: Nearly A Million Square Feet Of Cars And Parts

As one of the oldest mail order performance parts businesses, you know Speedway Motors has a successful formula. But did you know that there's a museum with more cars, engines, and toys than you can see in a day? Read More


Upgrading Your Gauges With Dakota Digital

Are you contemplating new gauges for your car? We talked to the experts at Dakota Digital about doing just that. Take a look to see what they think about upgrading, and how you should do it. Read More


Sweet ’41 Willys Coupe Voted Into 7th Place For JEGS Cover Contest

Jegs' catalog-cover contest brought around some awesome submissions for this month's issue. One of these submissions really stuck out: a badass, custom '41 Willys Coupe, owned by Richard Losco. Read More


Video: A Beautiful Black 1953 Ford F100 Hits The Auction Block

An icon in the world of kustoms, we came across this elegant 1953 Ford F100 that has all the right things going for it. Click here to check out the truck's classy looks and wonderful build inside and out. Read More


Between The Joints: Installing A Carbon Fiber Driveshaft From QA1

Carbon fiber has been used in a variety of motorsports, from kart racing to formula one. QA1 now offers carbon fiber driveshafts that can withstand up to 2,000 horsepower and up to 1,500 lb-ft or torque. Read More


Throwback Thursday: A Look Back At The 1959 Impala

The 1959 Chevrolet Impala veered away from normal design by shooting its tailfins outward instead of upward. It also shared a major construction feature with other GM divisions. Find out what it was right here. Read More


New Furniture From Old Car Parts

One of our recent Facebook posts of a hot rod themed youth bed went viral. Within minutes, our fans wanted more information about the bed. This prompted us to look for more hot rod related furniture for the man cave Read More


Identifying Rochester Carburetors

Rochester carburetors came on everything from six-cylinder economy cruisers to big-block Impalas and school buses. They were GM's go-to carburetor. Check out this guide so you can tell the difference. Read More


Video: Taking A Ride In Hunter Speed & Kustoms 1935 Ford Pickup

Inspired and assisted by Rudy Rodriguez, Hunter Speed & Kustoms did everything right with this rat rod. Built from the ground up, click here to check out this sweet 1935 Ford Pickup build from start to finish. Read More


LA Area Plumber Passes Away-County Inherits Classic Car Stockpile

What happens when you die with no will and no apparent heirs? The city or county comes in and petitions the court for the right to dispose of your estate. Like it did when George WIllits passed and left no will. Read More


Gearheads Converge By The Thousands At Cruisin’ For A Cure

Most car shows have fairly similar purposes - to check out some killer rides. But while Cruisin' For A Cure attracts participants by the thousands, their main goal with the event is to save lives. Read More


Factory Five Racing Launches Premier Independent Rear Suspension

Factory Five Racing just introduced its new premium, track-tested IRS suspension for its line of custom and kit cars. It sets the bar on the street for ride quality and performance. Check it out! Read More

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Video: Peterbilt Hot Rod “Piss’d Off Pete”

This custom Peterbilt hot road is the creation of Randy Grubb. Featuring a two-stroke Detroit diesel V12 this rig is sure to turn heads. Read More

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