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Automakers That Didn’t Make It: The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corp

Automakers That Didn’t Make It: The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corp

The Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation was one of America's earliest automakers, and even though it didn't last, it is still celebrated in its hometown today.Read More

Hot Rods You Should Know: The Ramchargers High & Mighty

Hot Rods You Should Know: The Ramchargers High & Mighty

The creation of the High & Mighty Plymouth can be traced back to the ranks of the Chrysler Institute of Engineering's Class of 1957. Check out the car's history and where it is now.Read More

Our Favorite Picker Finds A 1948 White School Bus With A History

Our Favorite Picker Finds A 1948 White School Bus With A History

Who hasn’t dreamt of taking an old school bus and converting it into a motorhome? Our favorite picker, Joe Rooney, may have found the perfect bus to hot rod, or for a hot rodder to use as a swap meet bus.Read More

Home-Built Hero: Bill Weston's '73 Chevrolet Camaro

Home-Built Hero: Bill Weston’s ’73 Chevrolet Camaro

This '73 Chevrolet Camaro epitomizes the term home-built hero. Bill Weston found it at a swap meet, and then took it home so he could rebuild the car he envisioned. This one is coming together one piece at a time.Read More

Tom’s Take: Call or Write Now! SEMA’s RPM Act Back on the Docket!

Tom’s Take: Call or Write Now! SEMA’s RPM Act Back on the Docket!

There is an upside to the EPA — clean air! As I mentioned in a previous op ed about this topic, “Without a doubt, anyone who lived in smog-choked California in the 1960s and 1970s can testify to the positive effectsRead More

Classic Instruments' John McLeod Talks Time Merchant At GNRS

Classic Instruments’ John McLeod Talks Time Merchant At GNRS

We crossed paths with industry hot rod expert John McLeod at this year's GNRS. We asked which most beautiful roadster contender he saw as a great representative of the AMBR spirit in this years show. See more here.Read More

Meng’s Forgotten Family Farm Truck Finally Gets Respect

Meng’s Forgotten Family Farm Truck Finally Gets Respect

Months ago we found this creatively built truck that was an homage to the Meng family farm and family members. We misplaced the photos. Trust us, with this many files, it is easy to do. Now rediscovered, here it is!Read More

Musclecar Values: Now And Into The Future

Musclecar Values: Now And Into The Future

When musclecar prices plummeted in 2008, people wondered what the future held. Here we are nine years later, still trying to figure out what the future holds. Find out more from a prefessional in musclecar sales.Read More

Linda Vaughn And Rob Kinnan Discuss Their New Book

Linda Vaughn And Rob Kinnan Discuss Their New Book

Motorsports icon Linda Vaughn finally writes her first book with veteran writer Rob Kinnan. We talk to the co-authors and find out what took so long, and if she really flashed a cop to get A.J. Foyt out of a ticket.Read More

Rare Survivor – A 1961 Chevrolet Parkwood That Has Led An Easy Life

Rare Survivor – A 1961 Chevrolet Parkwood That Has Led An Easy Life

When you hear the term hot rod, does a station wagon ever cross your mind? Most of the classic wagons that have survived over time are now hot rodded, and that makes this unrestored example more than cool.Read More

What Are You Working On? James Williams' 1940 Lincoln Zephyr

What Are You Working On? James Williams’ 1940 Lincoln Zephyr

James Williams of Benicia, California, thought his '48 Cadillac would be his ultimate kustom but a divorce ended that. Now he's building Ford's answer to the Cadillac – a 1940 Lincoln Zephyr. Read More

Shop Tour: The New Kindig-It Top-Notch Facility and New Showroom

Shop Tour: The New Kindig-It Top-Notch Facility and New Showroom

One of the most well-known custom shops in the country, Kindig-It Design, just recently renovated its immense show room and office space. Join us as we give you the grand tour of the entire facility! Read More

Retired Wrecker - A 1966 C50 Saved From The Scrap Heap

Retired Wrecker – A 1966 C50 Saved From The Scrap Heap

Finding a classic, medium-duty truck that has survived this long is rare, which is exactly what makes this 1966 Chevrolet C50 stand out in a crowd. Find out more about this oversized show truck.Read More

Dave Dolman's Mercury Wagon Is The Epitome Of Cool

Dave Dolman’s Mercury Wagon Is The Epitome Of Cool

The 1949 through 1951 Mercury is one of the most recognizable cars in the world. It ranks right up there, along with a 1932 Ford and a 1957 Chevy. Check out Dave Dolman's Mercury Wagon here for the epitome of cool. Read More

Calling Card - Perfect Patina & Stance Make this 1963 C10 Stand Out

Calling Card – Perfect Patina & Stance Make this 1963 C10 Stand Out

Classic trucks have defintely been gaining in popularity. So let's take a closer look at a truly unique 1963 Chevrolet C10 restomod that sits low via an airbag suspension and is a proven daily driver.Read More

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