Have you ever wondered how anyone could abandon a classic car out in the elements to rot away? It’s always baffled us and that’s the premise of this episode of “Auto Archaeology,” Watch as our host J. Paris unearths a Bermuda Blue ’70 GTO, liberating it from it muddy resting place in surprisingly good shape.
Bob Cassity of Ontario, Oregon first found his ’41 Willys pickup about eight years ago through a friend in Utah. Since that time, he has slowly but surely built the old pickup into a Dart 540-powered rat rod that chases a Tremec 5-speed and makes 1,000 horses without a flinch!
When it comes to wheels and dress-up accessories for your ride, few names are more recognizable than Billet Specialties, and for good reason. Now, it’s even easier to browse and order your billet products because Billet Specialties just launched their newly redesigned website. Come check it out!
No matter what kind of fan you’re looking for, Maradyne High Performance Fans is your one-stop source. With the company’s new 2012 High Performance Fans, Heaters and Accessories catalog recently released, you can shop for all the latest fans and accessories in the comfort of your home or shop.
Super Stock drag racing is one of the most important developments in the history of the sport, because it opened the doors for race development on regular production cars. Today’s featured video from Jim Amos captures this golden era, as vintage Super Stockers run at Beaver Springs and Numidia Dragway.
Check out the founder of Heidt’s Hot Rod & Muscle Car Parts current build. Gary Heidt is currently building a gorgeous 1932 Ford Roadster and celebrating the 80th anniversary of the deuce coupe in style!
We visited Edelbrock as they celebrated their 7th annual “Rev’ved up for Kids” charity event. This year they outdid themselves with a big car show, shop tours and some huge names in the automotive industry.
For a select Goodguys events the gates have been busted open on Sundays to allow any year, make, or model of American made cars and foreign models with Detroit powerplants for the Super Sunday Get-Together.
Is your Holley carburetor stumbling or stalling on idle? This helpful guide will get you back up and running in no time with the perfect idle.
There are some great companies out there who share our beliefs and passions and employ true car enthusiasts throughout their ranks. In fact, meet Jim McCrady, he’s 32 and works in the machining department at Holley and this is his 1941 Tudor project.
Gear heads aren’t all about cars or the smell of burning rubber and race gas. We are also into the culinary arts, like bbqs or the smell of charred steaks and propane. Check out these grilles that resemble an engine!
Attention all ’55 Chevy aficionados, we have a real nice one to wet your chops! Built by Detroit Speed Inc. for Billy Chandler, this is one stout Shoebox. While exterior was mostly left untouched, the gurus at Detroit Speed slid a 700 HP big block and a state of the art chassis underneath. Enjoy!
Girls and hot rods have always gone together, but it’s not every day that we get to see beautiful girls working on fast cars. Our featured video combines the two pastimes, and our pinups featured make us wonder: which one makes us drool the most?! Watch and decide for yourself!
The fresh look and unbeatable accuracy of Dakota Digital’s VHX Series of instrumentation is making it a popular choice for hot rod, muscle car and performance car enthusiasts alike. Now, if you’re an early B-body Impala owner, you can get that same great instrumentation option everyone is talking about.
Ridetech has put a lot of hours into their 427-powered, Factory Five ’33 Ford street rod. But as you can see from our featured video, those hours have more than paid off. That’s because their use of custom suspension has made it possible to take turns at this year’s Goodguys Autocross event in Nashville.