Roughly 30 years ago, Mark Austin bought this 1965 Chevy C10 pickup as a primered body and bed with no floor. The plan was to build a big-power custom truck and Mark got busy by shaving the drip rails and chopping the top. Next was
No one speaks of the Dodge Rampage anymore. Too bad, because even though it was hardly a highwater mark for Chrysler, it was an unusual entry in an era of bland econoboxes. Today, when conversations turn to “centaur cars” like El Caminos, Rancheros, or even
Joe Martin and the team at Martin Brothers Customs had one advantage when they started building this 1936 Hudson Terraplane pickup for customer Dean Hoak. These trucks are so rare that they automatically capture people’s attention. Not only that, but the Art Deco grille and
Editor’s note: The Goodguys media team decided to select one vehicle from the 2021 Goodguys Hall of Fame Road Tour for a Gazette and FuelCurve.com feature. There were many deserving candidates, but we ultimately felt the ’47 Chevy Fleetline driven by Brad and Jill Eales
This 1970 Triumph TR6 is powered by a 2.5-liter inline-six paired with a four-speed manual transmission and is finished in Damson over a black interior. Equipment includes a black soft top, a Pioneer AM/FM/CD player, and 15″ steel wheels. The car was sold on BaT
Tim Hermes funded his first car like many budding hot rodders – he mowed lawns as a teenager to buy a ’68 Chevelle, a car that provided many lasting memories.
Flash forward to today and Tim is the proud owner of one of the most sought-after
Good customs don’t fade away – they just get better with age.
Bruce and Cheryl Conwell’s ’49 Cadillac, "WICKCAD" is a great example. It was the Goodguys 2018 Custom of the Year (see a full feature in the July 2018 Gazette) but still makes routine appearances
The coveted Barrett-Jackson Cup “Ultimate Best in Show” winner was announced on Saturday from the 2022 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction block as part of the company’s celebration of 50 years of The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions. The winner, a 1936 Ford Roadster owned by Bob
We featured the 2022 America’s Most Beautiful Roadster winner earlier today but there was more than one big winner at the 72nd Annual Grand National Roadster Show this past weekend in Pomona, CA. The other major title that stirred a lot of buzz over the
The triumphant return of the Grand National Roadster Show this weekend brought with it a much-loved and longstanding annual tradition: competition for the prestigious America’s Most Beautiful Roadster award. Eleven contenders brought their A-game to Pomona and on Sunday night the towering 9.5-foot AMBR perpetual