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Wayne Chronister's Beautifully Built 1936 Ford Cabriolet

Wayne Chronister’s Beautifully Built 1936 Ford Cabriolet

While we can certainly respect the gamut of classics and hot rods the industry has to offer, it's cars like this 1936 Cabriolet owned by Wayne Chronister that really catch our eye! See why here.Read More

This '72 Nova Is The Perfect Replacement Vehicle

This ’72 Nova Is The Perfect Replacement Vehicle

This '72 Nova makes the perfect replacement vehicle for Norm and Susan Brown. They built this car to be the quintessential muscle-bound cruiser to replace their accidentally eliminated '37 street rod. Check It out.Read More

Rod Riguez: This Japan-Built American-made Car Has Latin Blood

Rod Riguez: This Japan-Built American-made Car Has Latin Blood

For years we've seen the Rod Riguez car at the Edelbrock car show. We finally stopped to appreciate it fully this year. A legendary build and one that put the Japanese Kustom Culture on display internationally.Read More

Historic Engines – The Ford Y-Block V8 of the 1950s

Historic Engines – The Ford Y-Block V8 of the 1950s

Ford's V8 of the 1950s powered the company through the glory years of classic cars, and offers great power and opportunity for improvement.Read More

Video: Virgil Exner’s Corvette Killer Concept Car

Video: Virgil Exner’s Corvette Killer Concept Car

Virgil Exner did some of the best car styling from the heyday of stylish cars, but he is not well known. His greatest project was probably the Plymouth XNR, a Corvette killer that was rejected by the brass. Read More

Is It Real, Or Is It Scale? It's Hard To Tell Sometimes

Is It Real, Or Is It Scale? It’s Hard To Tell Sometimes

To keep his passion for cars alive, Henry's hobby is building large scale models from used 1/8th-scale R/C cars. Henry has parts machined out of billet aluminum, and paints them with two-stage automotive paints.Read More

The Five Great Indy Roadster Builders From 1950 To 1960

The Five Great Indy Roadster Builders From 1950 To 1960

We take a look back at Indy during the 1950s. It is difficult to believe now, but 80 percent of the cars that competed in the Indy 500 from 1950 to 1960 were built by only five different builders. More here.Read More

This 1968 Camaro Restomod Is Too Clean For John Wick To Touch

This 1968 Camaro Restomod Is Too Clean For John Wick To Touch

Many cars that are part of a movie set are either static displays or they become heaps of crumpled metal. John Wick didn't get his hands on this Camaro, thankfully.Read More

Five Reasons To Upgrade Your Ignition System On Your Hot Rod

Five Reasons To Upgrade Your Ignition System On Your Hot Rod

When your hot rod isn't running up-to-speed at full capacity, it's always a good idea to fully checkout the ignition system. Performance Distributors gives us five reasons why it's the perfect time for an upgrade.Read More

Ryan Winkler’s 1934 Buick Was Too Nice To Overlook

Ryan Winkler’s 1934 Buick Was Too Nice To Overlook

When a car is parked away from the others at a car show, there is usually something very special about it. Such was the case with Ryan's Buick. He thought it may not stand up to the other builds. He was wrong.Read More

Suzy Stuchel's Dream Truck: A Custom 1956 COE Hauler

Suzy Stuchel’s Dream Truck: A Custom 1956 COE Hauler

To fall in love with a specific type of vehicle and then years later be able to call one your own is a special kind of automotive love story. For Suzy Stuchel, that love story is about one impressive COE! Read More

1970 Chevelle LS6: Steve Furio's Enduring Legacy

1970 Chevelle LS6: Steve Furio’s Enduring Legacy

Finding a rare and collectable car that has been stashed away for many years is becoming a rarer occurrence. This LS6-powered '70 Chevelle is a rare breed in more ways than one. Find out how this car survived.Read More

The Instigator: A Stunning Mercury Comet Gasser

The Instigator: A Stunning Mercury Comet Gasser

The third time's the charm with this 1962 Mercury Comet. After seeing it twice before at different events, we give this beautifully painted gasser the feature it deserves.Read More

This '69 C10 Is A True Back Road Jackpot

This ’69 C10 Is A True Back Road Jackpot

This Chevy C10 is the epitome of a survivor. Found while traveling the back roads of Tennessee, JB stumbled across one of Chevy's upscale haulers, the CST. Check out this 23,000 mile beauty for yourself.Read More

Shop Tour: Impact Racing

Shop Tour: Impact Racing

We head out to Impact Racing to see how they produce the parts that keep us safe. Take a behind the scenes look into how Impact Racing produces safety equipment. From helmets to harnesses it is all inside!Read More

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