Check out this video of a “Hot Rod Farm” in New Jersey! Jim Rawa’s collection includes a Chevelle, a Lincoln Capri, and a bunch of Plymouth Furies, one of which is modeled after “Christine,” Stephen King’s demon car!
What do you get when you sit down and talk with a world class custom car builder, and you take away the egos? You get one of the coolest and most down to earth custom car designers around, John D’Agostino. We catch up with John and put him in our Hot Seat for this week’s Five Questions. Check it out!
Check out our new series, Five Questions with – where we bring you an inside look with some of the industry’s best designers, builders, artists, events up close and personal. This month we sit down with Murray Pfaff from Pfaff Designs, check it out here!
You figured out that it’s time to build the ultimate engine for your hot rod. Sou look around at other rides, and sure a 392 hemi would be great, nailheads are cool too, but if you’re serious, no I mean REALLY serious you might just go with a flathead. We caught up with Mike Herman at H&H to talk flatties.
Rather than starting off with with the usual event coverage we wanted to take a unique look at this year’s Grand National Roadster Show through the eyes of one of our very own special guest writers – Dennis “The Voice” Pittsenbarger. Check out his favorite from GNRS 2013 right here!
There are a few stereotypes when it comes to wrenching on cars. One of those is that women don’t generally like to get dirty under the hood. Well, Kristin Cline is out to bust that myth once and for all and prove that women can hang with the best in the garage – check it out!
Recently we were lucky enough to venture on over to Burbank, California to spend the day with Troy Ladd at the infamous – Hollywood Hot Rods to check out the shop and some of their ongoing projects. Here’s a closer look at all of the hidden jewels we discovered inside.
There are few people who cast as large a shadow in both the world of hot rods and Rock n’ Roll music as Z.Z. Top front man Billy F. Gibbons. His artistic work in both endeavors has set high standards for style and panache.
The directors of the Petersen Automotive Museum decided to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the 1932 Ford Model A and its influence, especially in the world of hot rodding. The result was a four-day event that was second to none. Check out the video and coverage here!
It’s not unusual to see great work come out of a well-known fabrication shop. But for a shop to also be a center for social gatherings and cultural happenings is not a normal business model.
Calling Gary and Marc Meadors Good Guys isn’t as cliche as you would think it is. We spent a couple hours with the Goodguys Rod and Custom Association founder and his son, and found a couple of car guys you can actually talk to.
At 76 years-old, Vic Edelbrock Jr. shows no signs of calling it quits. Recently we got the opportunity to sit down and talk with Vic Jr. about the early days of Edelbrock, his father, and the current state of motorsports. Read the exclusive interview here.
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.