More Man and Machine

We just about stopped in our tracks when we saw this 1954 Corvette Nomad wagon last summer at Hot August Nights. This is one of very, very few Corvette Nomad recreations; there is perhaps only one other in existence today. The original prototype was built by Chevrolet for the 1954 GM Motorama and was crushed

The Turkey Rod Run at Daytona International Speedway has become an institution for eastern states car guys and gals. What started in 1975 as a one-day gathering of 45 cars at a hotel on Daytona Beach is now one of the country’s largest combined car shows and swap meets. [gallery link="file" columns="2" size="full" ids="26703,26704"] The Turkey Rod

Randy Weaver’s "Grunt" 1964 International C1100 Shop Truck is a most befitting parts hauler for his rod shop – Weaver Customs in West Jordan, Utah. Weaver’s calling card is diesel engines, turbocharged Cummins in particular. [gallery link="file" size="full" ids="27432,27434,27428"]Grunt is just one of the latest Cummins-swapped projects to roll out of the Weaver Customs facility. Rather

If you’re a performance car owner chances are you've daydreamed about taking it to the track. We vividly remember our first track day but it took a little research on how to even go about getting started. Once we got dialed in on where to go and how to go about it, we had the

The mechanic's droplight has been a mainstay in garages for years. You all probably have one somewhere, hanging down from an electrical cord. But it was never a perfect solution. The incandescent bulb got hot which caused the metal shield to get hot too. The hook would never align the light where you needed to

Hanro Studios evolved out of Hank Robinson’s passion for art, metal, automobiles, and healing from three overseas tours as an infantryman in the U.S. Army. Upon leaving the Army in 2010 he discovered a new path which has transformed him from a freedom fighter to one of the most talked about talents in the performance