Will Posey is a second-generation hot rodder who grew up helping his father Jimmy wrench and race, and who knew from a young age that he wanted to build hot rods.
“My parents told me I had to go to college; I knew I wanted to
As we announced back in November, Goodguys is getting back to hot rodding roots with our 2023/2024 Grand Prize Giveaway vehicle – a ’32 Ford five-window coupe. We’re really looking forward to seeing this Eric Black-designed Deuce come together in 2023 at Streamline Custom Designs
When you’re out of work recovering from back surgery, and an unexpected phone call from a friend opens the door to 30 years of doing what you always wanted to do, you have to consider that a success.
That’s the story of how Bobby Schumacher began
Mike Cook might not be a household name, but his face probably looks familiar to many hot rodders. Whether it was on the TV show Monster Garage back in the day, on any number of stunt shows in the 2010s, or more recently on the
Artist Eric Black has been drawing cars all his life. His infatuation began with big rigs as a young boy, but quickly expanded into passenger cars and pickups – basically anything with wheels. Growing up in Wyoming in the ’80s, his high school scene was
Darryl Starbird is an automotive customizer who, along with peers like Gene Winfield and George Barris, helped popularize the custom car during the 1950s and ’60s, when customs became a widespread part of American culture. He opened his Star Kustom Shop in Wichita, Kansas, in
For years, the well-executed stitchwork from Paul Atkins Interiors and Hot Rods has appeared regularly in some of the country’s top award-winning street rods and show cars. His upholstery creations have set the custom-interior bar for nearly four decades from his shop in the small
Like many car builders, Jesse Greening inherited an interest in hot rods from his father, Jeff. The two of them worked on and built cars as a hobby and part-time business while Jesse was growing up in central Michigan, and then ventured south in the
Bring a Trailer founder Randy Nonnenberg developed an automotive passion early in life, the result of time spent with his father. “My dad always subscribed to Road and Track and he and I spent a lot of time together in the garage,” Randy says. “He
About a 30-minute drive southwest of Salt Lake City, the small Utah town of Tooele is home to a small shop – Streamline Custom Designs – that produces head-turning cars, trucks, and hot rods.
Barely five years old, Streamline has already built a number of striking