The success of having a hot rod built by a pro shop almost always depends on the relationship between the customer and builder. The project will likely turn out well if the two parties share a similar vision.
A shared objective was critical in the
Here’s a sobering thought for you: 1990 was 30 years ago.
Please, take a minute to catch your breath. Yes, it’s been three decades since we ushered in the decade of Vanilla Ice, Oakley Blades, Lollapalooza, and “Pulp Fiction.” And as is the case with any
The Ford Mustang SVO Turbo came out two years after FoMoCo dropped the new Fox platform (the third generation of the venerable Mustang). In 1981 Ford created a special program called "Special Vehicle Operations" (SVO) to help aid in the design and development of performance
What better name than Grand Nasty for a 1,200 rear wheel horsepower, twin turbo LSA powered, fire-breathing 1986 Buick Grand National? In today's modern era of Mustangs, Camaros, Challengers and the like producing 500+ horsepower from the factory Bobby Wood decided to go a different
The next gen evolution is upon us and DSE's third gen Camaro project is a testament to the new wave of American muscle. First and second gen Camaros have been done every which way as have 60s and 70s Mustangs. The next logical progression in
Bob Stahl’s 1978 AMC Pacer would make Wayne and Garth party so hard. Or at least get them to the street hockey game a lot faster. As a regular reader of Fuel Curve, you guys know that we like unique and different vehicles. Bob's Pacer
Sam Castronova’s 1979 C10 caught our attention when we saw it laid out on the deck at a recent Goodguys event. Sam’s hot hauler was part of the Squarebody Syndicate booth and we instantly set up this photo shoot the same day.
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Larry Poggio’s 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 is a survivor if we’ve ever seen one; a time machine to an era since past. Cars like this, meticulously maintained, give us hope that future generations will be able to appreciate these beauties for what they are.
It’s been a few years now since Goodguys made a significant change and opened up our national events to 1987-and-earlier vehicles. There were plenty of skeptics who argued against the move, and one of their biggest protests was the notion that there weren’t very many
“It’s good to be different!”
That simple quote perfectly sums up the fundamental appeal of Todd Markuson’s '60 Studebaker Lark, an offbeat ride with a charm that only grows when you learn it has fewer miles on it than most two-year-old cars. “The low-mile originality of