We’ve all heard advice about making lemonade when life gives you lemons. Levi Green and his team at Hammer Fab decided to heed that advice and make the most of 2020 – a.k.a. the “here’s some lemons” year – by building this bitchin’ ’66 GMC
The Plymouth AAR 'Cuda had many hallmarks of the muscle car era: a scooped fiberglass hood, front and rear spoilers, side-exit exhaust, and bold strobe stripes along the body. Contrary to their big block and Hemi-powered brethren, however, these pony cars had more balanced performance.
Almost all of us had childhood dream cars or trucks we wanted to own someday. For Tom Patterson, it was his grandfather’s '59 Chevy pickup. Tom’s recently finished 1959 Chevy Apache, though, is certainly not his grandfather’s; it’s much nicer than any truck on the
John Hornbrook’s chopped Deuce three-window coupe is more than a tough-looking, back-to-basics hot rod. It’s also the fulfillment of a 40-year family dream.
“This car has been owned by my father since 1980,” John says. “It was gifted to me in 2012 with the stipulation of
There’s no substitute for rare vintage parts when building a traditional-style hot rod, and Todd Stamm’s Deuce Tudor has more than its share. It was the only Flathead-powered rod in the Goodguys 2021 Tanks Inc. Hot Rod of the Year Top Five and earned well-deserved
Although she’s just 19 years old, Natalie Bolea has years of experience around hot rods, having attended events with her father, Rick, since she was in a stroller. Rick’s chopped ’33 Ford coupe has been a regular at Goodguys events in recent years and inspired
Brandon McCullough says his dream was to build a “clean, simple, traditional 1932 Ford roadster I could take to the drag strip during the day – and nice enough to take my wife to dinner in the evening.” Thanks to his good friend Jason Smith
All Goodguys 2021 Tanks, Inc. Hot Rod of the Year contenders had miles put on them in Nashville, but Danny Burroughs was the only one to drive his car to the event – more than 750 miles from Texas, braving storms along the way! In
Cam Miller’s HS Customs of Logan, Utah, teamed up with Ron and Cary Zipperer of nearby Clinton to produce this subtle-but-stunning 1939 Ford Standard sedan, earning them finalist status for the new GM Retro Iron Builder of the Year award.
Sponsored by Chevrolet Performance, this is
After having dozens of hot rods and customs crafted through the years, George Poteet knows what he likes in both a car and a builder. He only trusts shops that deliver top-quality results. So, when George gave Jonathan Goolsby a call to rebuild a 1960