Once a daily driver in the early 60s, this 1955 Chevy Gasser sat still in a barn in Murfreesboro, TN for 45 years until it caught the eye of a fellow car enthusiast from Middle Tennessee. However, getting his hands on it was a little
It’s fitting to see a 1972 Trans Am built as a modern-day track car since the Firebird was instrumental in getting road racing on the map for General Motors. However, Jay and Amy Deluca’s Pontiac, even as a street-worthy cruiser, incorporates technology and performance that
When we were invited along for a cruise through San Francisco with not one Dodge Viper, but a pair of late model ACR-spec Vipers, we couldn’t say no
While the afternoon with Dale, who owns the white ACR, and Dan, owner of the Lava Orange Dodge
Almost 13 years ago I heard about a pair of deuce coupe doors that were for sale along with a rough body that was in pieces. The price was very reasonable, heck it’s every young hot rodder’s dream to be able to buy a 32
Everyone deserves to retire, even old farm trucks like Don Debnam’s 1973 Chevy C-10.
For this squarebody beauty, gone are the days of hauling, well, at least whatever it used to haul around the farm back in the day. We have seen farm trucks fair far
The 1947 Mercury Woody was the top of the line wagon in the auto manufacturer’s stable at the time. With a price tag of roughly two grand, they were the ticket for beach-going large families. With three rows of bench seating, slatted wooden roof liners
The 1958 Chevy Bel Air Impala is a unicorn of sorts. They’re rare in that they were only produced for one year and were one of the last GM vehicles designed by the legendary Harley Earl. They were a stark departure from the finned and
It’s likely that Mike Mathison is seeing his 1964 MGB Roadster in better shape today than when it rolled off the show room floor. After countless hours of meticulously handcrafting body panels, numerous days of monotonous detail work, and laying down some gleaming red paint
When we spotted Chuck Wyatt’s 1968 Camaro tearing up the course at Pat’s Acres Racing Complex during a private day of drifting, we had to get a closer look.
There was just something about that meaty rear end stepping out that we needed more of. The
Before Norm's hot rod was named the Grabowski Kookie Kar, he coined it the “Lightning Bug”, which is generally acknowledged as the first T Bucket hot rod. But he was never one to be satisfied with his rides, constantly modifying it until it splashed on