When Heath Till scored this ’68 Camaro through a Craigslist ad eight years ago, he was excited to finally have a first-gen Camaro in his garage. It was to fun to cruise and looked okay but just wasn’t up to the performance and finish Heath
When Johnson’s Hot Rod Shop set out to build this ’52 Chevy Suburban for longtime hot rodder and Bonneville racer David Pilgrim, the goal was to craft something bitchin’, black, and beautiful. They succeeded on all fronts and were rewarded this weekend when the trick
There’s no denying the popularity of pickups and SUVs these days, especially when discussing models from the late-’60s through the ’90s. We see a lot of cool C10s, Suburbans, F100s, Broncos, a few Mopars, and a growing number of Jeeps being built, but the International
After watching his older brother, Ryan, and their uncle have fun messing around with old cars and trucks, Eric Arvidson decided he wanted to join the fun and build his own custom truck. With his brother’s help they located a ’66 C10 that was within
There’s a good chance your hot rodding gene was passed down from your parents, an uncle, or maybe a neighbor. In the case of Tim Strange, who builds hot rods and customs for a living at his Tennessee-based shop, Strange Motion, the spark for igniting
One of the ironies of owning a successful custom car shop is the lack of time you’re typically able to devote to your own projects. After long hours working on customer vehicles, it can be difficult to find quality time to turn wrenches on anything
Once a Ford guy, always a Ford guy certainly applies to Paul Mayo. To be more specific, he’s a Mustang guy through and through. He’s owned several Mustangs over the years and even built an Eleanor clone (it’s his favorite movie car).
“The family enjoyed that
David Wolk built his first chopped Mercury in the late-1980s when he was 18 years old, and it was an experience that has influenced his entire adult life. He’s had three other custom Mercs since then, plus many other customs and hot rods built at
Dennis and Saun Strobel got the itch to own a vintage truck after attending a Goodguys event in Norwalk, Ohio years ago. They embarked on a search for the right candidate, attending auctions and searching classifieds until they found a 1950 Ford F1 in North
The 1969 ZL1 Camaro is the ultimate muscle car anomaly.
Its iconic status is well earned, given the raw horsepower of its all-aluminum 427c.i. big block V8. But its price was as astounding as its performance. In an era when a Z28 Camaro, Plymouth Road