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
While walking amongst the sea of cars at a recent Goodguys Rod and Custom event I spotted a factory-fresh 1987 El Camino SS. It looked clean from a distance but we've all been fooled by this metal mirage before. Once upon this truck; err, car
George Lawrence’s 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T is a well-preserved piece of muscle car history. As you may or may not no, the Dodge Boys came late to the pony car wars. As the Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro duked it out in the late-’60s (with
Amidst the shadows lurks a new venomous killer hiding among today’s massive performance trucking frenzy. This 750hp Shelby F150 Super Snake houses more performance than your AC Cobra-loving Granddad could ever imagine needing in his pickup.
Those iconic stripes, the super-sleek mesh grille inserts, and that
Gary Houston’s 1994 Ford F150 Super Cab-styled prerunner is not what it seems. It might look like an F150, but it’s actually a product of some extremely talented fabricators at Robby Gordon Motorsports. Headed by lead fabricator Donny Fair, who has since passed away, the
Pat Moran’s 1971 Datsun 510 was a gift from the BAT Gods. Pat's friend Dirk Stoop recharged his interest in "Five & Dimes", and pointed out this 1971 Datsun 510 listing on the the classic car auction website “Bring a Trailer.” Pat had never owned
The red 1961 Ferris Bueller Ferrari from the 1986 hit movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" captivated audiences. The John Hughes film starring Matthew Broderick utilized the red 1961 convertible to transport the high school-ditching kids for the day. But did you know through Hollywood magic,