Kevin Shaw is powerTV's resident self-proclaimed "muscle car purist," preferring solid-lifter camshafts and mechanical double-pumpers over computer-controlled fuel injection and force-feeding power-adders. If you like dirt-under-your-fingernails tech and real street driven content, this is your guy.
Returning for its third consecutive year, a special Concors d’Elegance exhibit will be the main attraction at this year’s Goodguys Summer Get-Together (Presented by J Rockcliff Realtors) at the Pleasanton Fairgrounds, in Pleasanton, CA.
When it comes to whittling down all of the gorgeous machines we spotted at this year’s Goodguys Del Mar Spring Nationals, we again are left scratching our heads as to what, among so many beauties, could be considered “the best.”
The streets were wet with morning drizzle at this year’s annual Goodguys Del Mar Nationals, but that wouldn’t stop thousands of spectators and hundreds and hundreds of cars from showing up.
It speaks volumes to the confidence that FAST has in their EZ-EFI Self-Tuning Fuel Injection System that the company is now including a limited lifetime warranty.
Once we perused the miles of Detroit iron and filled our camera up with more pictures than we could possibly ever publish, it was time to get to work. We hope you enjoy these cars as much as we enjoyed photographing and writing about them. Enjoy!
Goodguys Rod & Custom Association blew open the doors of their admittance restrictions for the Super Sunday Get-Togethers. The Sunday festivities welcome all domestic makes and models as well as all foreign cars running Detroit powerplants.
For the past three years, Goodguys Rod & Custom Association has canvassed the Scottsdale fairgrounds with some of the coolest customs, wild and wicked street machines, and bare-knuckled muscle cars you’ve ever seen – and this year was no different.
One of the most popular and certainly the loudest attraction at the Goodguys 12th Meguiar’s Del Mar Nationals will be the “Nitro Thunderfest.” Six vintage top fuel dragsters will be brought to life on a full load of nitromethane one by one in front of the standing room-only Del Mar crowd.
Sometimes you’ve just got to live vicariously through other people. We got all sorts of envious of the guys over at Jalopy Journal with their recap of the way-cool River City Coupe & Roadster Club reliability run.
Martin Croston is a member of The Vultures, a custom car club based out of Melbourne, Australia, is one of these Down Under Hot Rodders who is taking what once was a localized hobby and making it his own.
We sit down with Classic Industries founder and CEO Jeff Leonard and talk resto-mods, big dollar auctions, the future of restorations and what other groups of classic cars the auto restoration parts supplier is venturing into next.
We visit American Racing to see how the legendary hot rod wheel manufacturer went about creating possibly the single-most iconic drag racing and muscle car wheel in the industry and how they’re continuing to make new legendary designs.
We at Rod Authority couldn’t be more excited to announce the partnership with one of the industry’s leading gauge and accessory makers, Auto Meter. Despite the massive line of gauges offered by the brand, they are always flooded with requests for “one off” custom gauges.
Ed Iskenderian’s 1924 T-Bucket roadster “La Cucaracha” – along with Pink’s red ’29 and a few others – inside the Ed Pink Racing Engines booth at the up-coming Goodguys 12th annual Meguiar’s Del Mar Nationals.
While a stock ’56 Bel Air doesn’t exactly make the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, I can appreciate the car for being what it is, an example of American history, and that’s why factory stock just can’t be all that bad.