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There’s just something about an early ‘70s Chevy Blazer that makes Curt Hill want to grab a wrench. Hill, the owner of Hill’s Rod and Custom in Pleasant Hill, California, has built all kinds of hot rods and custom cars over the course of his career, but has found a nice niche with the Blazers. “I

Editor’s Note In celebration of last month's Goodguys PPG Nationals 20th anniversary, we are counting down the last twenty recipients of the Goodguys Street Machine of the Year award to show you the cars, but also to chronicle the evolution of the modern day Street Machine. Perhaps no other breed of high-performance car has undergone such

Manuel has been driving this 1976 G10 Chevy Van around the country since he purchased it brand new in December 1975. It was less than a year after he bought it when the custom work and upgrades began. He tells us "I went to King City in '76 for the big van show and there

American bumper stickers have been around since the horse-drawn carriage era. Originally, they were signs and messages from advertisers printed on horsefly nets. In the 1930s and 40s, they came in the form of metal and cardboard signage wired to grilles, bumpers and other fixtures but as the decades clicked off the calendar they started

Editor’s Note: Our friend and fellow Fuel Curver Cole Coonce is producing the bitchin’ new nostalgia drag racing web series “Dragstrip Rumble.” As you can see, it gives retro drag racing the kind of attention it has long deserved. We asked Cole to give us the 411 on how it came about, what makes it

After Ted Taormina finished building a Superformance Cobra (MK III model) at his shop in San Carlos, CA it did not take him long to figure out what to do with it. He took it to the Mohave Air and Space Port where he shattered a 50-year-old top speed record for Cobras by going 201.1

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