With a truck as nice as this 1979 Chevy C10 you’d think the reward after years of hard work would be the finished product. But for Wayne Collard, the truck was a just byproduct of the real gift – bonding with his son and father-in-law
If you want to take a deep dive into 427-powered, full-size 1967 Chevrolets, ask the man who owns one. Or you can ask Keith Adelsberg, who owns several, including a ’67 Caprice that his father bought for him when he was 15.
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One could argue that street rodding’s popularity after the first Street Rod Nationals was propelled not by ’glass bodies, aftermarket suspension bits, or crate motors. Rather, that growth was driven by something far simpler – cool air. Air conditioning made driving a hot rod in
This 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air Parkwood station wagon was recently sold on Bring a Trailer and is said to have spent approximately 25 years in storage in Arizona before being acquired by the seller in California over five years ago. Subsequent modifications included the installation
Persistence, performance, and consistency paid off for Josh Leisinger in 2021 as he raced his way to the CPP AutoCrosser of the Year title in the potent Summit Racing-sponsored Crusher II ’64 Corvette, a track-proven warrior with a long list of victories. Both the driver
Repeat business is great asset in any line of work, but it’s especially rewarding for custom car builders. Having a customer return for a new build not only means they liked the previous one, but also indicates that the customer and builder are on the
You know your car is unusual when you confound Sam Foose. Back in 2007, Joe Stupor had his ’59 Chevy two-door Brookwood wagon at the annual John Force Christmas Toy Drive show and watched as a curious fellow looked closely at his car. At the
When Joe Casillas bought his 1963 Impala SS 13 years ago, it was in hundreds of pieces. Because it was a numbers-matching 409 car, though, he decided that the tricky task of rebuilding what someone else disassembled would be worth the effort.
“It is always harder
Chevy’s second-generation “Action Line” C10 pickup debuted in the late-’60s and has now become as ubiquitous as Tri-five Chevy cars at hot rod shows and cruise nights. There is nothing new under the sun and like a country song, most all themes for custom C10
A creative combination of hot rod attitude and European racing finesse proved to be a winning recipe for Pat Gauntt’s ’32 Ford three-window coupe, which won the Goodguys 2022 Meguiar’s Street Rod d’Elegance crown on Sunday at the Meguiar’s 21st Del Mar Nationals in Del