When we spotted Jim Gallucci’s 1966 Ford Mustang out on track recently, we knew a lot had changed since it drove out of the dealership over fifty years ago.
It sounded built, but didn’t quite have the note of the factory 289; it didn’t sit like a
Mickey’s Mouse, a 1929 Model A Pickup was Mickey Himsl’s high school hot rod statement. Finished during his senior year (1962) at Concord High School, it was metallic green with custom striping by his famous brother Art, raked just right with a padded top, flathead
Brandon Sisco of Barrett-Jackson Garage built this one-off 1968 Chevy Tahoe concept vehicle he calls “Ghoesst.” He has one small request however; do not refer to Ghoesst as a Blazer! “It's called a Tahoe because it has a longer wheelbase than a Blazer, a non-removable
Rob Berger's 2000 Dodge Viper ACR is a modern classic in a world of plugin cars and smartphone navigation. According to the Viper registry, there were 949 Viper GTS's built in the year 2000. Of those, 218 were ACR's (American Club Racing). Only 35 were
When we first caught a glimpse of Dave’s Custom Harley Deluxe last year in Maui, we knew full well that he had another trick up his sleeve.
Finally, the stars aligned and we were able to check out Dave’s custom chopper up close. After a bit
In the mid-1970s, a group of executives from the automotive industry (led by Henry Ford II) visited the Volvo factory overseas. Ford had a Lincoln Continental Mark IVs shipped overseas to serve as their transportation and little did they know that big two door land
It seems as though quality second generation Barracuda builds like Troy's 1967 Plymouth Barracuda are harder and harder to come by.
When we spotted this particular model at the Cobra Experience Cars and Coffee last month, we quickly went in for a closer look. The first
Sheridan Hale’s bone stock, survivor, 1937 Willys coupe you see before you could weaken the knees of nearly every hot rodder on planet earth. Willys coupes dominated the Gasser Wars of the late 1950s and early 60s. The car’s small, lightweight bodies made for perfect
When we heard Matt Hines’ widebody FC3S buzzing by at Thunderhill lap after lap, we wanted to take a closer look. After all, it’s not all that often that you see an 1989 Mazda RX7 at the track that’s retained its rotary powerplant.
The 13B isn’t
What do you do when you have a 1964.5 Mustang that’s semi-restored and you start getting the itch for a gasser? You build a Mustang Gasser like Roger did. It’s a bit outside the box, and when we first heard about the build we weren’t