Matt Pfister purchased a ’69 Mustang on eBay and wanted to have a little work done on his latest pony car. This Cobra-Jet inspired ‘Stang has a Coyote twist. This build will debut at the Goodguys event in Raleigh.
For those who are unfamiliar with gassers, the car’s awkward height and strange suspension may seem to defy logic at the drag strip, but it does serve a purpose.
A group of nostalgia drag racing fans gathered at the Ballarat Airport for day of racing, tire, smoke, and classic cars.
Burnouts are fun, smokey expressions of freedom, but the have a tendency to find the weakest part of a car and exploit that weakness.
What happens when two engineers purchase a 1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille for $800? Well, if you guessed turning said Cadillac into the world’s fastest hot tub, then you’re either psychic or have watched this before.
The owner was not satisfied with the overall package of his build and opted to seek out the services of Chris Miranda at West Coast Auto Craft to create a steampunk hot rod. See more of this unique hot rod here.
A defenseless C1 Corvette was damaged in the parking lot of a Englewood, Florida, Walmart last week. A Ford Taurus was the alleged attacker. Read more about the confrontation here.
SEMA proposed the RPM Act in 2016, but due the time constraints in the election year, it did not make it all the way through. SEMA is taking another run at it in 2017 and could use your support.
Thanks to Boom Mat, noise dampening can done at home with minimal tools for a decent price. Now you can really enjoy your sound system.
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.
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