Editor’s Note: In this countdown series we are reviewing our favorite ten stories of 2017, stories you may have missed or enjoyed so much you wouldn’t mind seeing them again. We have been here just seven and a half months but it seems like much
Editor's Note: Joey Ukrop’s 1970 Honda CL350 “Project Paperweight” is an heirloom bike. Passed from one enthusiast to another then another, it is enjoying a third go around. Joey took some time to document this cool old motorcycle and the path it took to his
Dave and Carol Schaub’s 1941 Cadillac Series 62 convertible coupe is a special car with a special name; Ruby May. Dave, owner of Schaub’s Meat, Fish and Poultry in Palo Alto, CA bought the car after Carol had seen one at an event. She asked
We recently spotted this 1926 Ford Modified Competition Coupe – a tribute to the Peat Bros ‘T’ and had to take a closer look. That led to an impromptu photo shoot and a cool story about a way cool car. Rich Arnott’s all-custom, race-ready 1926
Larry Watson’s 1958 Ford Thunderbird changed the world of custom cars. Many years ago, Watson had just sold his 1950 Chevy and wanted to build a new custom, but the car he really wanted, the 1958 Cadillac Brougham, was too expensive. As he was walking
We just about stopped in our tracks when we saw this 1954 Corvette Nomad wagon last summer at Hot August Nights. This is one of very, very few Corvette Nomad recreations; there is perhaps only one other in existence today. The original prototype was built
Randy Weaver’s "Grunt" 1964 International C1100 Shop Truck is a most befitting parts hauler for his rod shop – Weaver Customs in West Jordan, Utah. Weaver’s calling card is diesel engines, turbocharged Cummins in particular.
[gallery link="file" size="full" ids="27432,27434,27428"]Grunt is just one of the latest Cummins-swapped
This is a feel-good story about a 1977 Monte Carlo.
Remember your first car, that freedom of not only transportation but also expression? It was special to all of us even though we had to give it up for various reasons, school, family, crashed it, or
Will Good took his Plum Crazy 2014 Dodge Challenger from cool to hot. Very hot. After driving it around his hometown of Surprise, Arizona for a year or so, he got the mod bug. From a wobbly, stock-suspended, 305hp quiet cruiser emerged this radical custom
Our Fuel Curve Funny Car is for real. Driven by Goodguys President Marc Meadors, the 1970 Camaro bodied nitro funny car made its debut in 2015 after Meadors and the Goodguys Racing Team won the 2014 West Coast Outlaw Pro Mod championship with a 1969