Joel Jackson grew up in a 1966 Chevelle family. During his childhood, Joel remembers his father’s search for the perfect ’66 SS Chevelle to match his first – a ’66 Marina Blue, four-speed version. “He had a hard time finding a true SS that was
Mike Whitney drove his black, back-to-basics ’32 Ford roadster to the 2022 BASF Nashville Nationals presented by Blueprint Engines last weekend. He drove back home to Ohio a few days later with a little extra hardware sitting next to him – the 2022 Tanks, Inc.
What do you build when your last vintage car project was crowned the Goodguys 2019 Hot Rod of the Year? If you’re Amadeo Angelo, you put an equal amount of energy and subtle detail into an incredible truck.
Actually, Amadeo’s stunning 1940 Suburban got started at
It’s good to have goals. This is true in so many areas of life, including the hot rod hobby. It seems like the most active and successful car and truck enthusiasts we know are the ones who set goals, make plans, and commit to making
Break out your Ray Bans and acid-washed jeans, everyone – we’re flashing back to the late-’80s! Goodguys has teamed up with Roadster Shop to create a bitchin’ new ride for our 2022/2023 Grand Prize Giveaway vehicle: a custom ’88 Chevy Silverado!
As Goodguys cruises into a
Bill Raper has had a long, varied list of top-notch hot rods through the years, with this 1967 Galaxie being one of his latest. Actually, the car was completed just in time for the 2020 show season and well, we all know what happened the
“Build me a street machine that is timeless and innovative,” is a tall order to any builder, but that’s exactly the direction Dave Salvaggio of Salvaggio Designs received from Kevin Hart about building a ’69 Plymouth Road Runner. Yes, we’re talking about the actor/comedian Kevin
With a truck as nice as this 1979 Chevy C10 you’d think the reward after years of hard work would be the finished product. But for Wayne Collard, the truck was a just byproduct of the real gift – bonding with his son and father-in-law
If you want to take a deep dive into 427-powered, full-size 1967 Chevrolets, ask the man who owns one. Or you can ask Keith Adelsberg, who owns several, including a ’67 Caprice that his father bought for him when he was 15.
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One could argue that street rodding’s popularity after the first Street Rod Nationals was propelled not by ’glass bodies, aftermarket suspension bits, or crate motors. Rather, that growth was driven by something far simpler – cool air. Air conditioning made driving a hot rod in