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The Z409 Camaro: Going A Bit Retro With A Classic Musclecar

The Z409 Camaro: Going A Bit Retro With A Classic Musclecar

Instead of going modern with this 1969 Camaro build, Nostalgia Motor Sports decided to go a little retro, combining the bubble top era with the sports coupe.Read More

1953 Studebaker Commander: Patrick Tingle's Dream Hotrod

1953 Studebaker Commander: Patrick Tingle’s Dream Hotrod

Patrick Tingle finished up his 20 year journey of building his dream hotrod. His '53 Studebaker is the culmination of years of work and enjoyment.Read More

Rob's Car Movie Review: Christine (1983)

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Christine (1983)

A movie review of John Carpenter's cult classic car film, Christine starring Keith Gordon, John Stockwell and Harry Dean Stanton. Your car has never been this jealous of the "other woman." Jealousy's a bitch.Read More

Never Lift: SEMA, The Board Of Directors, And Our Youth

Never Lift: SEMA, The Board Of Directors, And Our Youth

Our editor discusses the real value and meaning behind the SEMA organization, and where our emphasis should be during the next Board of Director's election. Get involved, and see what he has to say here.Read More

The Talk Of The Basement: The Taylor'd Customs Dodge

The Talk Of The Basement: The Taylor’d Customs Dodge

With an impeccable chop, pebble pushing stance, and an incredibly rare Latham supercharged Oldsmobile Rocket powerplant, the Taylor'd Dodge was an easy pick for a feature from the 2017 Detroit Autorama.Read More

Hot Rods You Should Know: Bob McGee's 1932 Ford Roadster

Hot Rods You Should Know: Bob McGee’s 1932 Ford Roadster

Having paved the way in innovation and style for decades of builds that came after it, Bob McGee's '32 Roadster is this month's Hot Rod You Should Know. Check out its story here.Read More

Dave Aspinall’s Untouched, All-Original, 1923 Buick Model 39

Dave Aspinall’s Untouched, All-Original, 1923 Buick Model 39

Only one of three existing in the U.S. and one of four world-wide, this 1923 Buick model 39 is virtually untouched during the past 94 years, just routine maintenance, and the new owner plans on keeping it that way.Read More

This '70 Chevy C10 Is The Epitome Of A Classic Hauler

This ’70 Chevy C10 Is The Epitome Of A Classic Hauler

Americans have a real love affair with the pickup. What was once a utilitarian vehicle used by farmers has reached the level of luxury once left for cars. James Vincigurerra has a great example of classic style.Read More

A True Show Car: The Baja Bandeeto

A True Show Car: The Baja Bandeeto

Inspired by show rods of the '60s Fritz 'Spritz By Fritz' Schenck built The Baja Bandeeto. It's a true show car, out of the remains of a '71 beetle. it's a one of a kind bubble top roadster that can't be missed.Read More

Goodguys Muscle Machine of the Year: Tom Demrovsky's '67 Chevelle

Goodguys Muscle Machine of the Year: Tom Demrovsky’s ’67 Chevelle

Tom Demrovsky collaborated with the Roadster Shop to create one of the nicest '67 Chevelles that we've seen in a while. Find out what it took to make this car the Goodguys' 2016 Muscle Machine of the Year.Read More

2017 AMBR Contender Car Feature: A 1929 Ford Called Proboscis

2017 AMBR Contender Car Feature: A 1929 Ford Called Proboscis

In a sea of beauty, a 1929 Ford called Proboscis, painted Crossroad Customs Black, stood out amongst the other vibrantly hued AMBR contenders filling the main hall at the Pomona Fairplex in 2017. Read More

What Are You Working On? Ron Brown’s 1956 Cadillac Promises

What Are You Working On? Ron Brown’s 1956 Cadillac Promises

Ten years ago, Ron decided he wanted to build a luxury car after building a 1937 Buick street rod. He answered an ad for a ’55 Cadillac convertible in northern Colorado.Read More

Gorgeous '57 Chevy Nomad Is Goodguys Custom Of The Year

Gorgeous ’57 Chevy Nomad Is Goodguys Custom Of The Year

If the sight of a gorgeous Tri-Five Chevy captures your imagination, then you need to check out Ron Maier's '57 Chevy Nomad named Shomad. Introducing the Goodguys Street Rod Headquarters Custom of the Year.Read More

The Magnificent Mopar Max Wedge

The Magnificent Mopar Max Wedge

When it came to building all-out racing engines, you couldn’t do better than the Mopar Max Wedge in the early 1960s, available from both Dodge and Plymouth.Read More

One Unique Ride: Jim Smith's Hemi-Powered 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe

One Unique Ride: Jim Smith’s Hemi-Powered 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe

Jim Smith has owned plenty of hot rods in his days but his ultimate ride has always been a 1933 3-window coupe with a Hemi engine under the hood – a vehicle that finally came to fruition for him in March of 2015!Read More

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