If you hang on to a project car long enough, you’d like to think that the right build plan for that car will reveal itself to you. Sometimes it takes finding the right builder to help develop that plan and make it a reality.
Color! It’s a high point in any project when you can roll the body (or a collection of body panels) into the paint booth and start applying the paint that will give it a defining, signature appearance. That’s exactly what happened recently at Goolsby Customs
The relationship between a custom vehicle builder and owner can be delicate. During many builds, the two may disagree here and there, or wonder if each other is crazy for suggesting a particular modification. In successful cases, the finished result will speak for itself, such
The new GM Iron and GM Retro Iron Builder of the Year awards sponsored by Chevrolet Performance are designed to honor the professional craftsmen and shops that keep the hot rod hobby moving forward by consistently building incredible vehicles. With that in mind, it’s fitting
So far, the coverage of the Goodguys Grand Prize Giveaway Squarebody ’85 Chevy pickup has focused on this trick truck’s foundation and mechanicals. We’ve shown you the Roadster Shop Slammed SPEC frame, the potent LT1 crate engine from Pace Performance, the Gearstar 4L65E transmission, and
Neil Anderson likes all muscle cars, but he has a soft spot for B-body Mopars. So, when he received a tip back in 2003 about a 440 6-pack ’70 Road Runner body, he hooked up his trailer and headed out on an 11-hour road trip
Ron Ernsberger has been into old Gassers and hot rods since he was a kid. Naturally, a few styles of cars come to mind when you combine those two interests – ’55 Chevys and early-’40s Willys coupes in particular. More elusive – and more desirable
Anyone who is a fan of a particular car – ’55 Chevys, for example – can look at a heavily modified example and pick out the changes. But if you’re looking at something different, like Fred DeFalco’s ’54 Buick Century, you may need to spend
"Hellacious" is the first mid-engine classic Dodge Charger built by SpeedKore and is a road-going version of the movie cars built for Universal Pictures’ new blockbuster Fast & Furious film, F9.
Built as a road-going version of the movie car driven by character Dominic Toretto in
Charley Lillard wasn’t looking for another restoration project when he bought this 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler. “It wasn’t even on my radar,” Charley says, “and then somebody pointed it out. It looked like a great survivor.”
Charley recognized the Super Cobra Jet-powered machine as an exceptionally