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El Cheapo: Building A Rat Rod For $1,500. Episode 4 – The Frame

El Cheapo: Building A Rat Rod For $1,500. Episode 4 – The Frame

Here is the next edition in our budget series that shows how to build a rat rod for under $1,500. We continue with the frame, making it the foundation for the build. This is the base for everything else.Read More

Home-Built Hero: A Show-Stopping '68 Chevy Truck With LS Power

Home-Built Hero: A Show-Stopping ’68 Chevy Truck With LS Power

This is a seriously-clean LS-powered pickup, and we love what the owner had built for himself. We don't see a lot of them as clean as this one. Check out this hauler and let us know what you think.Read More

Poteet’s 1932 Ford Sedan Wins Street Rod Of The Year

Poteet’s 1932 Ford Sedan Wins Street Rod Of The Year

When it comes to one-of-a-kind traditional Ford builds, George Poteet leads the pack. This time, he joined forces with Johnson's Hot Rod Shop to capture the Goodguys' Street Rod of the Year award.Read More

Driving Therapy: Restoring A '70 Chevelle SS To Cope With A Big Move

Driving Therapy: Restoring A ’70 Chevelle SS To Cope With A Big Move

Everyone copes with change in a different way. Sean Root coped with a big move by building and restoring this '70 Chevelle. It was therapy for him to work on the car and have the finished product to look toward.Read More

What Are You Working On? Krash Vegas' '39 Studebaker

What Are You Working On? Krash Vegas’ ’39 Studebaker

Johnny Cash would have liked it. He sang about building a Cadillac - “One piece at a time,” but this Studebaker is an orphan, the parent company is no longer around – and parts are hard to find. Read More

This '57 Nomad Is Red, Righteous, And Ready To Cruise

This ’57 Nomad Is Red, Righteous, And Ready To Cruise

When Henry's Army buddies would talk about leaving Viet Nam, going home, and buying a musclecar, Henry would always comment, "Not me, I want a ‘55 Chevrolet Nomad." Check out the realization of that affliction.Read More

Home-Built Heroes: A Trio Of Gorgeous Reader's Rides

Home-Built Heroes: A Trio Of Gorgeous Reader’s Rides

Our readers have some of the coolest rides in theor stables, and this week, we put together three Home-Built Heroes that are great looking classics for you to check out. Is yours one of them?Read More

Jesse Halfacre Built His '66 Chevelle The Hard Way

Jesse Halfacre Built His ’66 Chevelle The Hard Way

There are many project cars that have become gorgeous cars when they are completed, and such is the case with Jesse Halfacre's '66 Chevelle. Unfortunatley for Jesse, the road had several road blocks to overcome.Read More

Made For The Street: The Bourikas Bros '55 Bel Air

Made For The Street: The Bourikas Bros ’55 Bel Air

Painted in a beautiful Brandywine, this 800 horsepower '55 Chevy built by Peter and George Bourikas took home first place Pro Modified at both the Detroit Autorama and Cleveland Piston Power Autorama.Read More

This ’41 Chevy Rides Like A Monte With Good Reason!

This ’41 Chevy Rides Like A Monte With Good Reason!

Robert Dalton's 1941 Chevy two-door business coupe is no longer all work and no play. With its upgraded suspension, this ride is immensley reliable, and nothing but fun!Read More

Lillard Hill’s Monster Car Is A Solid Tribute To Ed Roth

Lillard Hill’s Monster Car Is A Solid Tribute To Ed Roth

If you are a fan of Ed Roth's monster cars and you grew up drawing these customs in school, what do you do when you grow up? You build one of course. Then you drive it everywhere! Read More

El Cheapo: Building A Rat Rod For $1,500. Episode 3 – The Body Pt II

El Cheapo: Building A Rat Rod For $1,500. Episode 3 – The Body Pt II

Here is the next edition in our budget series that shows how to build a rat rod for under $1,500. We continue with the body, making it the foundation for the build. This sets the stage for everything else.Read More

Home-Built Hero: A Hot Wheeled Hot Rod 1966 Chevelle Malibu

Home-Built Hero: A Hot Wheeled Hot Rod 1966 Chevelle Malibu

We love a good Chevelle, and this one checks all the boxes of a Home-Built Hero. With a 383 cubic-inch stroker under the hood, it's hard to go wrong! Find out more about the flamed and stroked street cruiser.Read More

Car Feature: Willie Elder's One-of-a-Kind 1940 Chevrolet COE

Car Feature: Willie Elder’s One-of-a-Kind 1940 Chevrolet COE

From tow trucks to haulers to even an autocross-worthy one or two, COEs are becoming more and more popular. But never have we found one quite as unique as Willie Elder's. Check it out inside.Read More

Vic Edelbrock Jr's Love Affair Of The Automobile

Vic Edelbrock Jr’s Love Affair Of The Automobile

The late Vic Edelbrock Jr., turned his family business into an iconic dynasty, and protected the entire aftermarket automotive parts industry against government over-regulation through perilous times. Read More

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