Jeff Greening’s 1959 Chevy Apache is a popular shop truck not only in Alabama (Home state to Greening Auto Company), but country wide as it’s been driven across its fair share of state lines.
From local auto parts stores to some of the biggest rod &
Few things in life look better than a black 1932 Ford coupe. Even sexier yet are the ones with glass-like finish with tight gaps and a perfect rake. If they happen to feature clean, contrasting pinstripes, white tuck & roll upholstery and padded running boards
Sean Sullivan is like most you of reading this. He works a regular 9-5 as a Chevrolet car salesman and enjoys spending nights in his garage working on his car. And just like many of us, Sean was introduced to classic cars at a young
As social distancing, postponed events, and staying at home became the new norm for much of the United States this spring, hot rodders had a bit of an advantage for avoiding cabin fever. It turns out we like being in our garages, and the forced
There are two things you need to know about Wayne Ferrandino’s 1970 Olds 442 W30. First, the words factory-correct and numbers-matching apply liberally to this prime example of 1970 GM muscle car efforts and what many enthusiasts think is the pinnacle of performance for Oldsmobile.
We encounter a handful of one-owner and one-family vehicles in our travels at Goodguys, but rarely do those date back as far as Kenny Seresun’s Ford Tudor. Kenny’s father bought the car brand new in Seattle back in 1934 for the princely sum of $612!
Relatively few Pontiac GTO Judges were produced back in the day, so anyone who has one in 2019 knows they own a low-volume collector car. Phil Mitchell’s 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge convertible may be one of the rarest.
Of the nearly 170 Judge convertibles produced in
When Carroll Shelby developed the Shelby Cobra in the early-’60s, performance and racing were primary goals. Shelby’s recipe of a powerful American V8 stuffed into an aluminum-bodied British sports roadster proved successful – Cobras claimed victories in a scores of racing series and venues throughout
“Back in the day, I did a lot of sand drags and Jeeping,” is how Jim Martin answered when queried about his ’78 J10 Jeep. It’s amazing how many hot rod stories start with, “back in the day,” though it makes sense when you set
When it comes to the styling of the first year Corvette Stingray body, they’re just so darn sexy and timeless that there’s not much to update or improve upon. Understanding the car’s iconic stature, the crew at Kindig-It Design knew that most of the work