When you have a good thing going, it makes sense to keep doing what you’re doing. Dave Gonzales proves that point with his latest custom ride – a ’66 Chevy C10 pickup.
Several years ago, Dave partnered with Roger Burman at Lakeside Rods and Rides to
After a three-year hiatus, Goodguys was happy to bring the glitter of the Goodguys Gold Awards back to the SEMA Show! These prestigious trophies represent the highest standard of hot rod and custom car building and are some of the top honors bestowed on fresh
Get ready for more Goodguys giveaway goodness, g-machine style! Goodguys is getting streamlined for its next Grand Prize Giveaway vehicle – an ’87 Chevy Monte Carlo Aerocoupe! That’s right, we’re going back to our ’80s playbook for our 2024/2025 giveaway vehicle and teaming up with
One of the best things about hot rodding in 2023 is the sheer volume of history from which we can draw inspiration. Speed enthusiasts have been modifying cars for more than a century now, and the mainstream form of hot rodding that took off after
We’ve all known someone who has held onto a prospective project for years, waiting for the right opportunity to get it started. In those situations, there inevitably comes a time to decide to get busy building or get busy selling.
George Lamb finally decided to
Owning Boss Mustangs was always a dream for Canadian enthusiast Rejean Desjardins, a dream which he has been lucky to fulfill with a ’69 Boss 302, a ’70 Boss 429, and a ’71 Boss 351. A ’65 had always been on his radar, and he
Muscle car enthusiasts have long been enamored with low-production vehicles – those rarities like COPO Camaros and Hemi ’Cudas. In the street rodding world, 1932 Muroc roadsters could be considered the equivalent, with just 20 examples ever being produced.
Built in the early-2000s, Muroc roadsters
The feature on this ’36 Ford could just as well be titled “History of Auto Customizing — Exhibit A.”
This sleek chopped, channeled, and sectioned three-window coupe was originally built by Jimmy Summers. In case his name is not familiar, Summers was customizing cars in
A half century after its release, the movie American Graffiti still resonates with fans everywhere, especially car enthusiasts. Among hot rodders, it’s no surprise the film’s most emulated car is the iconic yellow ’32 Ford coupe belonging to character John Milner – the “baddest car
The growing availability of reproduction parts make restoring a classic muscle car easier than ever. John Fairleigh, however, chose the hard road when resurrecting his rare 1969 COPO Camaro. He relied on restoring original components that came on the Camaro as well as sourcing new