Think back to your first car. Perhaps when you were 16 and spent a few hundred dollars on a used Chevelle. Do you still have it today? Do you wish you’d kept it?
Charlie Malone doesn’t have to answer those what-if questions. Charlie bought his '66
When he was a kid, Vinny Skandunas' grandfather would regale him with stories of when the family migrated from Milwaukee to California in the 1920s in their brand-new Model T Ford. Vinny was mesmerized when grandpa would tell him about rattling along plank roads and
When a custom car or truck owner has a specific concept for their ride, it’s important to find a builder who shares that vision. That’s what Dan Shea found when he connected with Jay Riggs at Riggs Fabrication on this retro-style 1929 Model A pickup.
In the rapidly evolving world of classic trucks, vehicle owners and builders are doing what they can to add a new twist to retro rides. Case in point is this concept 454 SS pickup from the “crüe” at Hill’s Hot Rods. Jason Hill was at
You don’t see a lot of custom stepside GM trucks on the road, which is one of the reasons Jimmy Shaw wanted to build this ’70 GMC into a road warrior. Jimmy has a couple fleetside C10s but decided to give the stepside some love
When Larry Roebuck was getting ready to retire from his career as an accountant, he started looking for a project to keep him busy. He had a ’56 Chevy before and felt that restoring another car would be good use of his time. As he
Vance Cryer and his brother Troy grew up riding around in a '34 Ford sedan that their father, Andy, built and loved. Once Andy retired, he wanted another project to keep him busy and found this '46 Ford rusting away in a Texas field. The
Ed “Big Daddy” Roth had a flair for the dramatic. Perhaps best known for his rascally rodent, Rat Fink, which served as the unofficial mascot of early-’60s hot rodding, Roth crafted a series of edgy and over-the-top customs that shook the hot rod world to
A great custom car is a timeless custom car. Not only will it look good today, but it will also be just as cool 100 years from now. A casual viewer may not even be able to decipher all the massaging that went into a
We’ve all heard advice about making lemonade when life gives you lemons. Levi Green and his team at Hammer Fab decided to heed that advice and make the most of 2020 – a.k.a. the “here’s some lemons” year – by building this bitchin’ ’66 GMC