Tony Kondrotis is a self-admitted Chevy guy but says he always had an itch to own a ’69 Mustang Mach 1.
Five years ago, he scratched that itch, finding a rare 428-powered ’69 Mach 1 Super Cobra Jet just 10 miles from his home in Keller,
Shaun Salehyan didn’t set out to become a Studebaker enthusiast, it just sort of happened. After buying his first ’59 Silver Hawk and joining the Stude Drivers Club, one member told him that he was going to experience “the curse of the Studebaker,” meaning you
Stephen Burke’s ’68 Dodge Super Bee is rare – one of roughly 125 built with the powerful 426c.i. Hemi. But how the car came to be his is just as rare. He’s only the third owner of this 16,210-mile muscle car. Between the original owner
Brian Baker’s 1950 Plymouth business coupe is precisely the type of car Goodguys had in mind when we established the Vintage Air Custom Rod of the Year award nearly three decades ago. It combines traditional customizing techniques and elements with modern street rod refinement and
All too often, custom car and truck builds that stem from TV shows are outlandish and over-the-top, built to spur reaction and shock from the broadest viewing audience possible. It’s a realm where obnoxious frequently trumps cleanliness and attention to detail.
That’s not the case with
Jerry Wood spent seven years building this smooth ’72 F100 pickup, "5TSHDZZ". Starting with a driver-quality truck with body damage in a couple of places, Jerry and his collaborators produced one standout custom hauler.
One challenge faced by ’60s and ’70s Ford pickup builders has been
We’ve all heard the stories of Ford owners switching teams and driving Chevys, but Gary Goodin has the sales sheet to prove it happened at least once. His 1969 Camaro Z/28 was purchased new by a woman who traded in a ’62 Ford Falcon. “A
People sometimes joke that T-bucket street rods are like motorcycles with four wheels. There’s room for two people, you’re out in the elements, and there’s little if any space for luggage.
It’s little wonder, then, that Harley and Linda Alcox spent years traveling the country on
The spark of hot rod enthusiasm was lit for many of us by a car we drove in high school. It’s hard to say whether it was the cars themselves our own youthful energy that were the bigger drivers of our initial automotive infatuation. Our
We all seem to gravitate toward certain vehicles. No matter how much we might appreciate classic cars of all years, makes, and styles, there will always be that one specific vehicle that led us to where we are today. For Joe Seeno, that vehicle is