Back in August, we brought you news that McGraw’s ‘57 Bel Air convertible had allegedly been stolen from a repair shop in L.A. where it was undergoing a bit of work. Unfortunately, detectives hadn’t seen it until this week when they discovered the car in an undisclosed location. Check out the scoop here.
Known among other things for their amazing giveaway cars, the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association has outdone even itself this year with the build of the 2013-2014 “Tribute ‘32” Giveaway car. But you don’t have to take our word for it. Just check out the amazing finished product inside.
RideTech’s Brett Voelkel takes the Goodguys autocross title in not one, but two classes for 2012. For the first time in Goodguys autocross history, a victor has captured both his class and the overall points standing for the year. Check out Voelkel and his killer FFR ’33 in action!
We’ve all seen the so called “car-shirts” in the local stores that were designed by people completely disinterested in cars, and made in countries that don’t even have roads. Red Line Shirt Club offers premium USA made treads, and we’ve got the cool history lesson behind their latest design – The 60s Gasser Wars.
We know it’s still 2012, but it’s definitely time to start making plans for 2013. Goodguys is making it easy for their members with early bird registration for all national events. Check out the details here and save yourself some extra cash for the holidays.
When you think of drag racing, chances are you think of Top Fuel dragsters, Funny Cars and vehicles in the Pro Mod category. But drag racing takes a different turn when you match a quarter mile drag strip with a nostalgic car unlike any drag car you’ve ever seen. Check this thing out in action!
Few of us can say we held onto our high school sweetheart, either the car we drove or the special person we thought was “the one.” Scott Hayden is the exception to that rule, and he held on to both. Check out his blown big-block Model A for the exclusive inside look!
When it comes to excessive displays of power in high-performance hot rods, these two tire smoking rascals take a back seat to no one. However their attitudes towards the hot rod version of the touchdown dance is as different as night and day! Which do you prefer?
We’ve got a great gift idea for you this holiday season. Can’t buy that gearhead on your list a car part, or they already have all the parts they want right now? How about tools, every red-blooded rodder worth his salt always needs more tools. Check out this perfect Cyber Monday deal from Phoenix Systems.
If you missed out on Black Friday or just thought Cyber Monday was for crappy ties and tech toys, then we have news to put you in the Christmas shopping spirit. ATI Performance Products is having a Cyber Monday sale that’s right up your alley – check it out!
At nearly a century old, this 1918 Cadillac is a well preserved and original piece of automotive history. In the latest installment of Jay Leno’s garage, Leno shows off what made this a great car nearly 100 years ago, and why it still is a great driver today. Check it out here!
Looking for a ride that will challenge your ability to hold lunch down? Then this 1923 Ford Model T speedster is for you. The seat isn’t even padded; this stainless steel racer is all about pure speed, and nothing else.
Today we have color photography throughout the internet and print industry. However it really only pervaded the magazine business completely in recent years. In 1962, this truck was the first to be featured in Hot Rod Magazine in color, now it’s set to cross the auction block at Mecum Anaheim.
For enthusiasts looking to improve the cooling system in their car, consider these recently released PRW high flow, electric racing water pumps. Designed for those running SBC, BBC, BBF, SBF and even Ford 351 Cleveland applications, they include everything you need to bolt and wire it right in to your classic car.
1932 Fords are the most common body style in rodding today. It takes a lot for one of these roadsters to really catch our eye. Check out this ’32 with twin turbo LS power, Auto Meter Custom Shop Gauges, Tuff Stuff Performance accessories, and a whole lot more to set this one apart from the rest!