Proform Releases Chevy Bowtie Differential Covers

Proform Releases Chevy Bowtie Differential Covers

New from Proform – Chevy Bowtie differential covers. These sweet covers not only look great, but also add key performance upgrades to your rear housing. Check 'em out!Read More

Home-Built Hero: A Hot Wheeled Hot Rod 1966 Chevelle Malibu

Home-Built Hero: A Hot Wheeled Hot Rod 1966 Chevelle Malibu

We love a good Chevelle, and this one checks all the boxes of a Home-Built Hero. With a 383 cubic-inch stroker under the hood, it's hard to go wrong! Find out more about the flamed and stroked street cruiser.Read More

Street Feature: A Do-It-Yourself Streetrod 1941 Plymouth

Street Feature: A Do-It-Yourself Streetrod 1941 Plymouth

We love the DIY attitude, and this Hemi powered Plymouth is a perfect example of what someone can do with the right attitude and drive. There's no better feeling than building something yourself.Read More

Body Styles: What Is A Cabriolet And Where Did It Come From?

Body Styles: What Is A Cabriolet And Where Did It 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 it came from.Read More

Car Feature: Willie Elder's One-of-a-Kind 1940 Chevrolet COE

Car Feature: Willie Elder’s One-of-a-Kind 1940 Chevrolet COE

From tow trucks to haulers to even an autocross-worthy one or two, COEs are becoming more and more popular. But never have we found one quite as unique as Willie Elder's. Check it out inside.Read More

Classic Instruments Releases Full-Sweep Electric EGT/CHT Gauges

Classic Instruments Releases Full-Sweep Electric EGT/CHT Gauges

New from Classic Instruments - the full-sweep electric exhaust gas temperature and cylinder head temperature gauges that are built to be rugged and precise. Check them out here!Read More

The Top Award Picks From The NSRA Mid-America Nationals

The Top Award Picks From The NSRA Mid-America Nationals

The award winning street rods from the National Street Rod Association's Mid-America Nationals event featuring the Pro's Picks, Outstanding Use of Color, and best Ford In A Ford awards. Read More

A Real Hot Rod Throwback 1932 “Original” Roadster

A Real Hot Rod Throwback 1932 “Original” Roadster

We found a totally legit 1932 Roadster throwback to the golden era of hot rods at the LA Roadsters Show last weekend. It sat alone and without fanfare but we saw it and wanted to bring it to our readers. Read More

Inside The LA Roadsters Show And Swap Meet

Inside The LA Roadsters Show And Swap Meet

Our Father's day tradition includes going to the LA Roadsters Show and Swap Meet at the Pomona Fairplex each year. It was another fine show for the club, which celebrates their 60th anniversary this year.Read More

Body Styles: What Is A Business Coupe?

Body Styles: What Is A Business Coupe?

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

Goodguys Event Teaser: Heartland Nationals

Goodguys Event Teaser: Heartland Nationals

If you are looking for something to do on the first weekend of July, check out the Goodguys' Heartland Nationals in Des Moines, Iowa. This is not just a car show, it's an extravaganza you shouldn't miss!Read More

Mattson Introduces Ford F-100 Aluminum Radiators

Mattson Introduces Ford F-100 Aluminum Radiators

New from Mattson - their quality aluminum radiator for Ford F-100 applications. These radiators are fully tig-welded and are built to last while increasing cooling. Check them out here!Read More

Bigger In Texas: Cook's Garage Is West Texas’ Coolest Car Venue

Bigger In Texas: Cook’s Garage Is West Texas’ Coolest Car Venue

It's a known fact that things are bigger in Texas. Lubbock's Cook’s Garage is big in many ways, including oil company signs and a great variety of neon signs, besides that, it’s a great venue for a car show.Read More

The GM-X Stiletto: The Rocket Age Of Car Building Personified

The GM-X Stiletto: The Rocket Age Of Car Building Personified

The Stiletto, officially known as GM-X, was the epitome of jet-age design. It featured an aircraft-inspired interior and long flowing lines. Find out more about this once-forgotten GM-built show car.Read More

NSRA Award Picks From The NSRA Nationals In Knoxville, Tennessee

NSRA Award Picks From The NSRA Nationals In Knoxville, Tennessee

The award winning street rods from the National Street Rod Association's Knoxville Nationals event featuring the Pro's Picks, Outstanding Use of Color, and best Ford In A Ford awards. Read More

Project Sucker Punch: Upgrading To Keep Up With The Charge

Project Sucker Punch: Upgrading To Keep Up With The Charge

We failed to take our own advice and killed the battery in our project vehicle. To simplify our lives, we opted to replace our old battery with an Optima Yellowtop and Optima charger for routine maintenance.Read More

How The RideTech 1969 Mach 1 Went Digital

How The RideTech 1969 Mach 1 Went Digital

We were walking the Goodguys Del Mar event with the Dakota Digital crew, checking out some of the builds and spotted RideTech's latest project vehicle, the 1969 Mustang Mach 1 with Dakota Digital HDX gauges.Read More

Five Tips For Installing a Classic Dash Custom Dash Panel

Five Tips For Installing a Classic Dash Custom Dash Panel

If you would like to install a custom dash in your hot rod, but you are worried about how hard the installation will be, check out these five tips from Classic Dash to help alleviate those concerns.Read More

Vic Edelbrock Jr's Love Affair Of The Automobile

Vic Edelbrock Jr’s Love Affair Of The Automobile

The late Vic Edelbrock Jr., turned his family business into an iconic dynasty, and protected the entire aftermarket automotive parts industry against government over-regulation through perilous times. Read More

Fragola Releases EZ Street Low Permeation Fuel Hose

Fragola Releases EZ Street Low Permeation Fuel Hose

New from Fragola - the EZ Street Low Permeation fuel hose. This hose is made to SAE specs and keeps 99% of hydrocarbon fuel vapors from escaping. Check it out here!Read More

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