The Trans Am is and will always be an iconic member of the automotive society and this 1976 Pontiac Trans Am model is no exception. With its racing pedigree, A-list level movie prowess and if nothing else, a larger than life Screaming Chicken on the
If there is one word that could sum up Tracy Chapman’s 1949 Cadillac convertible, it would be commitment. From the seller’s demands in the very beginning to a 3600-mile shakedown road trip and over 12,000 miles since, this car has been “all in or nothing”
It’s not every day you see a perfectly-restored 1926 Nash roadster, especially not one that was owned over one hundred years ago by a bootlegger in San Francisco. We met John Hinkley at the Altamont Cruisers show earlier this month, and he filled us in
A show build, turned drag car, turned track racer — this is Sal Molinare’s 2006 Ford Mustang track monster. The closer you look, the more details you find on this car which has been completely transformed. Best of all, it’s been a father-son project through
Few things in life look better than a black 1932 Ford coupe. Even sexier yet are the ones with glass-like finish with tight gaps and a perfect rake. If they happen to feature clean, contrasting pinstripes, white tuck & roll upholstery and padded running boards
Jacob Lusk’s 1958 Chevrolet Apache is pure garage-built goodness. The old adage “don’t mix business with pleasure” doesn’t apply when it comes to this man and this truck. We think they fit hand in hand. You be the judge.
Over the course of four years, Lusk’s
Jonathan’s 1969 Twin Turbo Mustang is a wild, outside-the-box (and hood) build. It’s refreshing as it runs more along the lines of “No-Touring.” It’s a clean restoration whose owner went all out to finish it off. Best of all, it’s daily driven. And driven hard.
We have known “Malibu” Jerry Ruskin since the early 90s when bling and billet ruled the day - long before this gorgeous 1966 Nova SS L79. Jerry had a deuce roadster that was literally a work of art but seldom driven. It was a serious
The 1978 Pontiac Trans Am evokes strong emotions for some. Every young man whose formative years were spent growing up in the 1970s and 80s is likely to have vivid memories of Pontiac’s 2nd generation Firebird/TransAm. It was the sound of the 6.6L engine revving,
When Dave Schenker started studying mechanical engineering at Boise State University, he didn’t know that his studies would include runs across the Bonneville Salt Flats setting records in a modified 1998 Chevy S-10 truck. Schenker was an accomplished carpenter before opting to return to college.