It’s hard to go wrong with a 1931 Ford Tudor, but it’s even harder to get one this right. This Model A showed up to St. Louis-based Classic Car Studio as a pile of metal with no wheels or drivetrain and they turned it into
A straight eight from a ’52 Buick shoved into a 1946 Crosley Coupe? Yes, please. If you’re familiar with the minuscule 27hp straight four cylinder that came in the Crosley Coupe from the factory you would agree it has plenty of potential for livening up.
On a recent sunny Saturday, I turned my running 1966 Triumph T100C into a pile of parts. Good idea, right? I’m not solely to blame here—I got by with a little help from my friends. The story starts long before I was old enough to
This 1955 Chevy Stepside was built with excellence in mind. If you were to ask yourself “What’s the best way to build a pickup?” you would find more than enough answers. Mike Krumman has checked all the best boxes he could have with his 1955
A 1971 AMX is an outlier in the realm of early 70s muscle. Most people in the car hobby really miss out on one of the interesting and entertaining facets of car life. For the typical Camaro, Mustang, Chevelle, GTO or Cuda owner, how many
A 1948 Willys Overland Jeep Truck is normally found on farm duty, not the AutoCross track. But as we have learned over the years, people in hot rodding have big imaginations. It’s part of what makes rodding and racing so fun.
A classic Willys will always
A 1972 Morris Mini Clubman Estate is about the farthest thing on your mind when attending a hot rod show but hear me out. While on a recent East Coast trip, I had the pleasure of attending the Goodguys East Coast Nationals in Rhinebeck, New
This flamed ’50 Merc is a classic car with an edgy twist. Custom car enthusiast Chris Saint Clark sought out his dream car and put a little of himself into the rebuild. When a deal for another car fell through, all stars aligned when this
Make no mistake – this is a native Cincinnati Chevelle. It’s an old school Chevy with air ride, a big block 454, 400 trans, and 3.73 gears. Sounds like a good time right? While on a recent trip to Ohio we couldn’t resist shooting Everette
Robbie's Turbo Tudor doesn’t seem like anything new, but there’s more than one way to skin a cat. In Robbie Martin’s case he’s chopped his right hand drive ‘29 Ford Model A Sedan 5 inches, channeled it six, and tossed a couple turbos into the