Many people don’t like to work on their own cars, but in Andy Sanchez’ case it was sheer therapy. This, in fact, is how Sanchez’ ’70 C10 pickup earned the nickname “Green Tea,” because in his roughest times, Sanchez found peace in the truck’s restoration.
It’s not every day that you see a suburban limousine, especially of the ‘59 Apache variety, and recently selling one on eBay. No it’s not quite like the stealthy black Hummer or Escalade limos that people take to events now a day, but the classic limo would certainly transport you in style.
IHRA announced recently that Moser Engineering has come aboard as the presenting sponsor for the Summit SuperSeries and Summit Team Finals sportsman programs beginning in 2012.
This annual bash at Waihi Beach provides circle-track racing while limiting the danger to bodywork.
What would you say if we told you that the Thunderbird was not the only concept teased by Ford in 1954? Some of you would be a bit surprised, but we aren’t kidding. Ford actually debuted a unique full size sedan under the Mercury brand called the XM-800.
Sweden is a crazy country full of crazy car guys, like this fellow who decided to take his Ford T-bucket hot rod out for a leisurely stroll through the woods…in the middle of winter, with at least a food of snow on the ground.
Eleanor is a famous Mustang from the Gone in 60 Seconds movie, and many a fan has built a clone of the movie car. One guy went a step further with “Haulenore,” a ’57 Ford Panel van that could be Eleanor’s distant cousin.
It’s rare to see the release of an all-new carburetor these days. However, that didn’t stop Demon Carburetion from releasing an all new one, the new 625 Street Demon, with the street/strip buyer in mind.
When you think of cars from America’s past, Graham isn’t something that normally pops into your mind. But if you’re a proponent of supercharging, you’re very familiar with Graham’s significance.
Today we have the Dot.com powerhouses, but 100 years ago, Ford Motor Company was America’s success story. Here’s a look back at several of Ford’s million milestones.
Although the 2012 OUSCI isn’t until November, we’re not the only ones anxiously awaiting the test of the best already, however. In fact, pro-touring fans all over the country are gearing up for the OUSCI since Optima Batteries just released the list of qualifying events for the ultimate competition.
While all of you with ’83 model vehicles are more than welcome Saturday, the special “Flashback Sunday” parking area will be only on Sunday, March 25th near the Double Decker bus; and all you need to do is drive in!
An unholy union of front mounted Japanese motorcycle engine, right hand drive and heavily mutated Volkswagen exoskeleton. The Beetle is a natural for the Rat Rod credo. Cheap, plentiful, easy to work on with no high brow shenanigans allowed.
These finalist designs are downright amazing. From an etched barbed wire design to interesting uses of the Ridetech logo, we’re very impressed. It is definitely going to be hard to choose which design should be put on Ridetech’s hot rod and which artist gets the $500 contest prize.
The Sportsman Pro Tire from Mickey Thompson Performance Tires & Wheels has provided a great street/strip combination to automotive enthusiasts since their release in 1991, and now has been inducted into the Hot Rod Magazine’s Speed Parts Hall of Fame.