Somewhere deep in East Tennessee, just south of Virginia we stumbled across Dean’s Street Rods. Owner Dean Pilkton and his creations might be one of the best kept secrets in the entire rod and custom hobby, combining old school metal craftsmanship with the latest in engine, suspension, and drivetrain tech.
Heidts PRO-G IRS system for Tri-Five Chevy’s offers bolt in ease, auto-cross performance, and a plush ride. They take the car out on the street and the track in this video to show how it handles.
As kids, most all of us collected Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars. When we got older, we built plastic model kits, and the creative people customized them. Then there’s this collection of customized Hot Wheels that are truly one-of-a-kind. But are they really worth the asking price???
South Texas Performance recently held it’s first annual open house. There were plenty of cool cars in the car show and pinup models posing beside some of the cars as well. Gearhead Flicks takes us around the show and through the shop in this video.
We like rat rods, and we’ll also admit that we’re fascinated with trucks and four-wheel drive customs as well. Both are popular within the customizing hobby but we never thought we’d see a melding of the two quite like this. Checkout Gary Dunsworth’s ’35 Dodge rat rod, 4×4 in action!
Take a look at one of the most unique collector car garages we’ve seen in a long time. From rare musclecars to exotics like the Bugatti Veyron, this garage has it all. Take a look inside Craig Jackson’s garage and tell use which car is your favorite.
Christmas is a time for the kids, but it’s also a time for the gearheads to get out and cruise. With cruises like Motor 4 Toys, Hotchkis Sport Suspension put a few musclecars together to bring a toy for kids and to hit the California hills for a great cause.
Who hasn’t dreamed of building a really cool father-son project. Joe Dale decided to do one with his aging father, before the day came that it would be too late. Check out their killer 1950 Chevy Fleetline sedan build.
Conjured up by famous couch builder Howard Darrin, the Darrin roadster was produced as a limited-run vehicle by the Kaiser-Frazer Auto Company in 1954. Although the car was revealed originally in 1952, it took two years to produce just 435 examples as 1954 models. Here’s your chance to own one – check it out!
Today’s car customizers are constantly looking for ways to bring their cars into the 21st century, and a keyless entry system is one of them. Flaming River has just sent us their official press release on their innovative new RFID keyless entry system.
Hedman Hedders has been building their exhaust headers for street enthusiasts and racers alike for nearly sixty years. We take a look at the humble beginnings and history of this company as well as what they’re doing to keep up with the ever evolving performance aftermarket.
Ron Francis Wiring has just released a complete wiring package designed for the use with the ’05-09 Mustang GT 3V 4.6L V8 engine. We’ve seen many guys swap these 300hp mills under the hoods of their classic muscle cars, and Ron Francis Wiring makes things a whole lot easier for those looking to do the same thing!
Again this year, Santa and some of his helpers in their hot rods, custom cars and street machines bring toys and happiness to underprivileged kids and their families in Henderson Nevada.
As a car enthusiast yourself, chances are you have a few gearheads to shop for on your Christmas list. The only problem is, what do you get them that won’t break the bank? Check out this list of budget-friendly ideas that Summit compiled for some great gifts for your gearhead buddies this holiday season.
Whether you believe that the world is going to end on December 21st or not, it doesn’t hurt to be prepared. Thankfully, one generous eBay seller is sharing his good fortune with the rest of us by offering up a 1959 Cadillac Zombie Apocalypse Assault Vehicle and Troop Transport for our use. See it inside!