If you ever needed proof of how influential a shop can be to a build, look no further than Rick and Alta Steele’s striking 1952 Chevy Bel Air. The custom touches and ’60s-style paint are hallmarks of the shop where it was built, River City
Every time you fly somewhere, boot your laptop, stop by Costco, grab a Frappuccino, or order a car battery on Amazon, you can thank the folks up in Seattle. The weather is so darn terrible, there isn’t much to do but dream up new ideas
It’s amazing how vividly memories from our childhoods can stay with us throughout our lives. In Mike Michaud’s case, the impression of a 1955 Chevy may have come even earlier than his formative years. When Mike was a youngster, his parents owned three different ’55
If you haven’t already heard the news, Bring a Trailer (BaT) recently became the Official Online Auction Partner of Goodguys Rod & Custom Association. Goodguys member listings will be the first to be broadcast live beyond the BaT website and will be simultaneously showcased live
The stealthy, sleek, phantom, "Impressive" 1963 Impala Wagon has hauled home the Goodguys 2021 Snap-on Custom of the Year title. The custom-crafted 2-door Chevy wagon, built by the Ranweiler family at their Minnesota-based shop, Show Cars Automotive, earned the crown on Sunday during the 31st
Like a lot of hot rodders, the automotive experiences Hal Burrows had as a teenager have had a significant effect on adult his rodding pursuits. “My dad allowed me to drag home a 1932 Dodge coupe when I was a junior in high school,” Hal
This little red Corvette is a big deal.
At first glance Steve Peterson’s 1964 Corvette looks relatively stock. Check out the 19-inch wheels and the stance, though, and you’ll know something special is happening under the shiny PPG Rosso Corsa Ferrari Red skin. Combine Steve’s vision
Numbers matter. They are what they are. You must trust the numbers. At least that’s what many of our math teachers preached back in the day.
When you consider Jacques Longpre’s ’71 Plymouth Hemi GTX, you’ll understand why. First, it’s only one of 32 Hemi GTX
Over the last few years the team at Finish Line Speed Shop have built several vehicles for Project Giving Back, a program to promote awareness and to support different causes. The crew has built vehicles to assist groups dedicated to assisting disabled veterans and people
Perseverance is a virtue when it comes to building a custom vehicle, and Mike and Lynn Connor of Monterey, Tennessee, learned just that when they bought a well-worn ’71 Ranchero. The original goal was to put together a nice driver but as so often happens,