It’s no surprise when twin brothers grow up to have many similar traits and hobbies. David Root, the owner of this ’28 Model A roadster, shares the same passion for hot rods and Model As as his identical twin brother, Ryan. Not only do the
The problem with some nostalgia-style hot rods is that they mix metaphors, using elements from different eras that don’t always work well together. Not so with this bitchin’ Deuce roadster built by Scott Williams at his Minnesota-based Swillco Speed Shop. It perfectly captures the ’60s
Back in the day, Oldsmobile promoted its high-performance models with the slogan: Not your father’s Oldsmobile. For Jason Danler of Seminole, Florida, if you replace Oldsmobile with Chevelle, you know why his 1972 Chevelle 454SS is no longer his father’s Chevrolet.
Jason’s father bought the Chevelle
“I have been car crazy all of my life, but my sickness was turbocharged after attending my first Goodguys show in May of 2017,” says Todd Summer, a retired firefighter who owns and built this slick ’52 Cadillac. It just so happens that Todd went
Every old car has a backstory. Some are unknown, others have detailed timelines. This 1970 Mercury Cougar Eliminator, though, has a background that’s hard to match.
An American oil executive bought this rare Cougar new and took it with him on assignment to the Caribbean island
The role of a car builder goes well beyond fabrication and assembling parts. A good builder must also serve as a project manager, design consultant, and, sometimes most importantly, a motivator to the car owner.
Chad Adams of Adams Hot Rod Shop fulfilled all those
Paul Rosenbaum grew up working on cars with his father and has kept the tradition alive through his adult life with several vintage cars, including a ’61 Corvette for his wife Gina and a restomod ’63 Falcon convertible, both built by the talented team at
After selling his ’34 Roadster last year, Dave Gray set about building a Deuce roadster for his next cruiser and as a calling card for shop, Gray’s Garage Hot Rods and Customs based in Midland, Michigan. He had a Brookville body on order, but wanted
There comes a time in every car guy’s life when they feel it’s time to build one more car. And since it’s “the last car,” it really needs to be something they’ve always wanted with the right look, the right feel, and the right performance.
There comes a time when a rod shop needs a truck and for Dig's Rod Shop in Oskaloosa, Iowa, that time had come a few years ago. Craig “Digs” Fawcett and his son Alan were ready to build a shop truck and set out on