You can count on one hand the number of Mopars that have been hot rodded by the legendary Bobby Alloway of Alloway’s Hot Rod Shop down in Louisville, Tennessee. While those cars were bitchin', none are as bad to the bone as his latest custom
The epitome of nineties muscle cars happened before the decade even started — Chevy's 1989 IROC-Z is everything the ‘90s should have been. This is a car that was far ahead of its time in every way.
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After 2017, there will be no more Dodge Vipers. Nada. The fifth and final generation is undoubtedly the pinnacle of the slippery snake’s 25-year production run. We ran across this track/street monster at the Canepa Cars and Coffee back in August and finally got a
When we hear the term “Silver Bullet” the mad men in advertising have our brains programmed to think of a Coors Light. This dragster helps change that.
Anyone reading this website is probably guilty of drawing a hot rod or two on their high school book
With the rapidly increasing popularity of next gen muscle cars like Shaun Norton’s 1989 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z, the aftermarket companies have fully embraced the muscle car evolution. The love for these boxy yet sexy machines with a relatively cheap price tag is tangible. It's no
Ray Steele of Fort Collins, Colorado has turned his 2013 Camaro SS into one heck of a sleeper – one that he drives on a daily basis and races every chance he gets! And we can't blame him. He may have been a Ford guy
A 1951 Shoebox Ford doesn’t roll off the tongue when thinking about a track car, but every once in a while a vehicle comes along that is a little bit different and causes a big buzz. Bruce Leven’s low-slung 1951 Ford is a salute to
When the average Joe thinks about American classics, he may envision a Mustang or a Camaro – a Chevrolet Vega doesn’t lead the way. He might even favor Bel Airs or Impalas. The chances of him saying, “Why, yes, the Chevy Vega is my favorite
In 2015, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat changed the modern muscle game in America. There was also a Charger offered but purists and collectors alike lined up to buy the thunderous new Challenger offering an unheard-of 707hp and quarter mile sprints in 10.85 seconds (in
The 1977 Jeep CJ7 featured suspension upgrades, a longer wheelbase and different doors than its CJ5 and CJ6 predecessors. It proved to be a worthy progression by American Motors Corporation continuing their 1970s revival of the CJ line. At a recent Goodguys event in Colorado,