More Man and Machine

Sonny Freeman’s ’32 Ford three-window coupe is appropriately titled "Blind Date" because he and Talbert Goldman of

Kent Matranga’s Muroc II roadster is enjoying a revival. Back in 2001, the car, then owned by

Give your ride that old-school-cool look with these billet Velocity Stacks from All American Billet. These stacks

Founded in 1994 after a $5 million donation by Hot Rod magazine founder Robert E. Petersen and

Kugel Komponents only built 20 Muroc roadster packages back at the turn of the century, so it

Richard Patchen calls his beautiful ’39 Ford "Snazzberry" after the rich PPG paint covering the body. The