For those familiar with Patriot Performance know that they make high quality products. They’re now expanding their product base into the aftermarket header foray, like these Traditional-style Lakester Headers.
Goodguys has been hosting Northern California’s famous hot rod and custom car event, the All American Get-Together, since Goodguys was founded in the spring of 1983 by area car guru, Gary Meadors. This last weekend, the annual event welcomed over 3,400 vehicles and tons of enthusiasts to the Alameda Fairgrounds!
As much as we like the way our cars run and sound, we want them to look just as good when they are parked at a car gathering. That’s why we rely on products from companies like Mothers to provide us with the latest car care products. Your project vehicle is an expensive investment, and you should maintain it.
Attending the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas is often taken for granted by the industry men and women who see the show every year. But this year, the honor of being able to attend with your car without automotive credentials could go to you thanks to Auto Meter and WinningRide.com.
Magnaflow created the ultimate method for showcasing nearly all of its top-notch muffler systems in one, easy-to-use revolving contraption. Better yet, it was all built in the bed of a Cherry Red 1949 3100 Series Chevrolet pickup. Check out the build and the two videos we’ve included right here.
Dakota Digital’s products bring to the auto aftermarket electronic instrument layouts that are made to fit nearly any custom or classic application. This is especially true for their recent VHX instrument series, made to fit your rod, custom or classic car build without cutting-up original gauge housings!
Recently at the AutoRama, Ron and Deb Cizek of Bennington, Nebraska won the prestigious Ridler Award with “Checkered Past,” the couple’s own full-custom, ’40 Ford coupe powered by a blown Flathead. It’s quite an accomplishment, and now the cherried rod will soon pop-up at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in California!
Lucky Mike’s nickname is no coincidence. Coming across an “original owner” pristine 1932 Ford Pickup that has been properly stored is every hot rodders dream. Well, through a series of lucky happenings Lucky Mike is now the proud new owner of this “like new” 1932 Ford Pickup – check it out here!
The lost art of rat rodding is encapsulated through our featured ’48 Chevy pickup, “Timekeeper.” It’s not the cleanest-looking of the hot rod bunch, but Timekeeper is an old piece of steel that doesn’t care what anybody thinks, and it’s enough to take any rodding buff back to the place where it all started!
A couple of weeks ago we got a good laugh out of Michael Brown’s All-Electric ZR1 spoof, but according to a teaser image just released by Detroit Electric, an electric Corvette-like vehicle may not be too far off from what the revived company has in store for the automotive market this year.
Here at Rod Authority, we’re always looking to bring you the latest news, coolest features and best connections to the industry’s heavy hitters. That’s why it’s exciting for us to announce that a very special company is joining our ever-growing performance family. Please help us welcome Currie Enterprises!
If you’re an avid show goer, then you know that some of the biggest names in the performance aftermarket industry has a habit of turning up at the biggest shows across the country. Billet Specialties is no different, and they were cool enough to send us the official schedule of all of the shows they will be at.
The Goodguys Spring Nationals played host to the 30th Anniversary season opener and kick-ass hot rods came out in droves! Despite a bit of rough weather on friday, the weekend turned out to be a an exciting display filled with vendors, rods and customs, tire smoking autocross and much more – check it out here!
We’ve had the privilege of getting a look at their new Atomic EFI Kit last Fall, and we came away very impressed. So did the judges at the 15th annual Hot Rod & Restoration Trade Show, as MSD walked away with the Best New Product Award in the Engine Components Category.
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!