Norman Bradley’s five window ’32 Ford was a Top 5 finalist in the 2020 Classic Instruments Street Rod of the Year running back in July, but it was the Tanks, Inc Hot Rod of the Year title that was the goal in mind when Henry
Dave Gonzales’ ’35 Ford three-window coupe, built by Roger Burman with Lakeside Rods and Rides, has captured the Goodguys 2020 March Performance Street Rod d'Elegance honor! This '35 Ford showcases street rod styling with elegant enhancements, a combination that Burman has perfected over the years.
Goodguys members welcome the chance to get in their garages and do some wrenching, welding, tuning, detailing, or even some good ’ol bench racing. Our garages have been ideal places of refuge during a year of social distancing and postponed or canceled events. When times
Survivors, high-mileage rods, and post-’72 “next generation” machines are just a few of the topics we’ve been exploring recently on Fuel Curve. Glenn Pamer’s 1977 Silverado rolls all of those elements into one vehicle.
The truck has been in the Pamer family since new and has
There are plenty of ways to approach a survivor vehicle project. You can enjoy it stock; you can give it minor mechanical updates, leaving yourself the option of returning it to original at a later date; or you can go all-in with major upgrades while
In the fall of 2009, Dave Schaub embarked on hot rodding’s ultimate road trip. Driving his ’32 Ford roadster, a black Brizio-prepared “reacher,” Schaub traversed all 49 continental United States in just eight days. Billed as “49 in 9,” Schaub finished the 9,856-mile journey a
Goodguys is using an online entry and evaluation process to determine four of its “Of The Year” awards in 2020, including Custom of the Year, Hot Rod of the Year, Street Rod d’Elegance, and America’s Most Beautiful. We put the word out in late August,
It takes a lot to go from 0 to 470mph: guts, determination, planning, skill, teamwork, and a little bit of luck, to name just a few things. The Speed Demon team needed all of that and more to accomplish their number-one goal for 2020 Speed
How cool would it be to build a mild custom vintage car like they did in the ’50s and ’60s, when the cars were new enough you didn’t need to worry about rust repair, complete mechanical rebuilds or body refinishing. Instead, you just focused on
It’s not unusual for a hot rodder to seek out a car or truck like the one they had (or wanted) in high school. It’s much less common to be like Harve Evans, who still owns his first vehicle – this 1940 Ford pickup.