Nothin’ like burnin’ some rubber to break in a new build. Throw in some donuts and the christening is complete. When the smoke clears, check out the interesting back story of this nasty ’51 Ford F-Series truck. You’ll be surprised who built this hot rod hauler.
Some famous cars disappear forever, their purpose in life achieved in forgotten. Many rot away, but a lucky few are rediscovered and restored. Tom Sawyer bought the one-off Bohman Special almost 50 years ago, never knowing what he had.
Studebaker has not built an automobile in almost 50 years, but if a Colorado man has his way the 110 year-old brand could make a roaring comeback as a producer of sleek, modern cars. But is this just a pipe dream, or the real deal?
The Morgan 3-wheel remembers a classic car icon, a fast and nimble low-rider that attracts a special breed of crazy person. Ever seen one whip around a parking lot shredding rubber? Click the jump to fulfill this lifelong dream.
We would like to take a second to congratulate BluePrint Engines, one of our family members here at powerTV, for meeting the stringent requirements of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001 quality standard. With BluePrint’s impressive reputation, this certification is well deserved.
When the Germans weren’t making war with their neighbors, in the first half of the 20th century, they were strapping rockets to every type of vehicle imaginable, from boats and cars to bicycles. Check out these vintage pictures of rocket-bike racing from the 1920′s and 30′s.
The groundhog says we’re still in for eight more weeks of winter, and the first Goodguys Rod & Custom show is still six weeks away. Lucky for us, Route 2 Media put together a beautiful video from one of the last events of 2011, the Southwest Nationals.
Pace Performance just launched its all-new profile page on Facebook for all of you who happen to love Bowtie performance, offering cool rates on cool stuff each and every day.
Impressive is not merely defined by a feat accomplished, but by the struggles and challenges we endure to get to that end. With that being said, the French/Scot alliance behind the 1 Liter Flower of Scotland streamliner is downright impressive. Check out this video of team’s quest to reach 300mph in their car.
This is it, America’s Most Beautiful Roadster, the Indy Speedster built by the Socal Speed Shop. The all-aluminum body, sleek looks, and Ford V8 all combine to make this two-decades-old-roadster a real winner, finally.
McLeod Clutches, a part of the high performance industry for more than 40 years running, has taken to the web with a series of videos on their McLeodTV video portal, outlining a number of different areas of clutch technology and clutch maintenance to customers.
With only 51 Torpedo models ever made in the entire life of the Tucker Corporation, the cars are extremely rare and hardly ever change hands. This was made obvious when Torpedo #1043 hit the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction block and sold only after the bidding climbed to an amazing $2.65 million.
The value of social media is undeniable and Dynotech Driveshafts acknowledges that with their new Facebook page. Not only does Dynotech’s Facebook profile give you information about the company and its products, it also gives fans a place to connect to other enthusiasts and share their project cars.
Tired of same old cast of characters? Looking to take a walk on the wild side? Maybe it’s time for a trip down under for a “3 Way Chevy.” The Chop Shop’s Aaron Gregory orchestrated this Aussie mash up of a ’51 Chevy Truck Cab, 5.0 small block and the running gear of Izuzu Rodeo.
Love it or hate it, people have to admit they envy California. Not only does it sound more romantic than Rhode Island, but it’s the epicenter of American car culture culture. Photographer Mike Garrett went all over the state to capture the varying automotive goings-on in the Golden State.