After publishing a photo of H&H Flatheads’ Lincoln V12 engine build, we received dozens of requests for more information on the vintage monster. H&H Flatheads’ owner Mike Herman shared some of the details of his V12 builds with us. Read more about it here.
If you’ve ever wanted to know how a one-person brake bleeder works, Phoenix Systems has some instructional videos to teach you how to use their products. It’s easier than you think, too!
Those who remember the 70′s Van trend either do so fondly or with much shame. We found this relic of that era for sale on eBay, complete with nearly every classic groovy van touch from that era. This alleged show winner could be yours for the right money.
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.
Station wagons haven’t always been boring boxes on wheels. Join us as we go back in time to check out the first generation Chevrolet Nomad and what some would argue as the best station wagon ever created.
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!
The oldest Ford Motor Company vehicle is about to hit the auction block next month. Just one of three cars ever built, the 1903 Ford Model A is the first to bear Henry Ford’s family name. How much does that make it worth at auction?
Those of you who love the LS engine as much as we do, will love these new coil brackets. They allow enthusiasts to relocate the coil packs in a higher position, providing more room for aftermarket valve covers. This greatly improves the cosmetics of the revolutionary engine.
Nostalgia may be in but the engine builders specializing in vintage powerplants are also adding modern upgrades to improve power and durability. H&H Flatheads shows off two of its chrome-filled creations, including a Lincoln V12.
Tom Medley is one of Hot Rodding’s biggest legends and couldn’t be more humble. Unfortunately, a garage fire engulfed and burnt to the ground his beautiful 1940 Ford Coupe. But through the help and generosity of many, a legend’s car is re-born.
Burnout contests are a great way to spend some time at big car events and The Car Craft Summer Nationals is no exception. There was plenty of tire smoke and carnage to go around in this year’s TCI Burnout Contest. Checkout the highlights here.
Edelbrock takes another step in continuing to be one of the largest companies in the aftermarket with their purchase of SX Performance. According to the release, SX Performance had been the supplier for many of Edelbrock’s fuel pumps and filter for years.
When you hear the term ’57 Chevy, chances are images of a classic Tri Five will instantly pop into your head. But for Gordon Kendall of Cheney, Washington, his ’57 Chevy comes in the form of a pickup truck. But this isn’t just any truck- it’s a TCI-equipped, Goodguys award winning truck, check it out!
The Lotus 7 was a simple, lightweight British racer that is a very popular kit car as well. One Lotus 7 fan forewent the kit car route, and instead built his own custom tribute on a Jaguar frame, and gave it a 383 cubic-inch, twin-turbo V8 engine. Yikes!
Gary Crawfod’s first car was a 1940 Chevy Coupe. This time around he enlisted an old classmate’s son to trasform a car similar to his first one, into the Goodguys winner for America’s Most Beautiful Street Rod. Check it out here!