Street Feature: A 1960 Buick Invicta That Was Cut In Half, Twice!

Street Feature: A 1960 Buick Invicta That Was Cut In Half, Twice!

You'll never see a car like this again, we guarantee it. Cut four times and made up of parts from more cars than you can count on one hand—this is cool. We've never seen anything like this either.Read More

Cops Arrest Teen Driver For Going 146 MPH - In A 2004 Dodge Neon

Cops Arrest Teen Driver For Going 146 MPH – In A 2004 Dodge Neon

Many of us have indulged the need for speed, and we will adamantly state that you should keep it at the track. One teenager chose to make I95 his race track, and got clocked at double the speed limit of 70 mph.Read More

Top 9 Cars To Turn Into Hot Rods: #3 1933-34 Ford

Top 9 Cars To Turn Into Hot Rods: #3 1933-34 Ford

Cranking away on our list brings us to some of the most popular cars to turn into hot rods. The '33 and '34 Fords are breaking through in the number 3 slot.Read More

Project Geronimo: Generator To Powermaster Alternator Conversion

Project Geronimo: Generator To Powermaster Alternator Conversion

One of the most cost effective and easiest safety upgrades for a vintage project car is a conversion from a generator to alternator charging system. We recently upgraded our project truck with a one-wire alternator.Read More

17th Annual Cruisin' For A Cure Brings Gearheads By The Thousands

17th Annual Cruisin’ For A Cure Brings Gearheads By The Thousands

Every year since 2000, gearheads from every corner of the hobby have converged on the OC Fair Grounds in September for this massive charity event. Read More

Automotive Reflections: Restored Vs. Original Vs. Restomod

Automotive Reflections: Restored Vs. Original Vs. Restomod

When deciding to restore or modify a project car, is it really a decision? Maybe you feel all cars must be restored? But, can a car be properly restored if some of the parts are missing or is restomodding okay?Read More

1968 Mustang Cobra Jet That Sold For $1 Now Worth $150,000

1968 Mustang Cobra Jet That Sold For $1 Now Worth $150,000

In 1968, engine specialist Dave Lyall bought a new Mustang Cobra Jet Lightweight for just $1, but now that same car is estimated to be worth $150,000.Read More

Event News: Carlisle Chevrolet Nationals Announced

Event News: Carlisle Chevrolet Nationals Announced

Each year in June, Carlisle Events hosts a gathering of all things from The General. This year is no exception, and they are making plans and a small change to make it even better. Make your plans now to attend.Read More

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)

A review of the H.B. Halicki classic car movie, Gone in 60 Seconds from 1974. It's the one that started it all, with the original Eleanor, a 1973 Mustang.Read More

Home-Built Hero: JR Hughes And His '67 Nova Are Inseparable

Home-Built Hero: JR Hughes And His ’67 Nova Are Inseparable

Everyone has owned at least one car that that they wish they had held onto over the years. JR Hughes has done just that with his 1967 Nova. Find out how this Duece went from teenage hot rod to an adult dream ride.Read More

Edelbrock Expands Elite II Series Oval Air Cleaners

Edelbrock Expands Elite II Series Oval Air Cleaners

New from Edelbrock – Elite II Series oval air cleaners for single and dual-carb applications. These air cleaners tout an all-new streamlined look and a high-quality polished finish with gloss black accents.Read More

Street Feature: 1956 Chevy Wagon Is An Example Of Great Cruiser

Street Feature: 1956 Chevy Wagon Is An Example Of Great Cruiser

This is a clean wagon that was built to drive. Dennis knew what he wanted and he molded this car to fit his image. Now, he is just ready to cruise. This is an example of a long-roof done well!Read More

Get Ready For Hellfire: Dallas Speed Shop's SEMA RAM Truck Concept

Get Ready For Hellfire: Dallas Speed Shop’s SEMA RAM Truck Concept

The Hellcat Hemi craze is still upon us, and it seems the gearheads from Dallas Speed Shop are building a "what if" RAM truck, perhaps to taunt FCA to follow suit? Hellfire Is heading to the Kooks booth at SEMA.Read More

Sarah Hoffman: Too Young To Drive But Old Enough To Build

Sarah Hoffman: Too Young To Drive But Old Enough To Build

Sarah Hoffman describes herself as a tomboy, however, after meeting her in Pueblo, Colorado, at the NSRA event, we beg to differ. We listened to her explain how she built a 1929 Ford Roadster Pickup.Read More

Home-Built Hero: Steve Erbs' 1961 Bubbletop Impala

Home-Built Hero: Steve Erbs’ 1961 Bubbletop Impala

Steve Erbs has a true Home-Built Hero, and his '61 Impala is something to be proud of. Find out how he was able to convince a "mean cuss" to sell the car, and how he bartered to finish this great-looking ride.Read More

Street Feature: What Does It Take To Be In The Street Muscle Garage?

Street Feature: What Does It Take To Be In The Street Muscle Garage?

We really want to see the kind of cool cars you're out driving. Send us some information with a few pictures, and you could end up being Street Featured. That's what we are all about: cool people and cool cars.Read More

Days Gone By: Railroad Inspection Vehicles

Days Gone By: Railroad Inspection Vehicles

Many railway inspections have traditionally been done, visually with rail inspection vehicles that are adapted to drive on both street and rail. We found a great series of photos on a Facebook fanpage. More here.Read More

Street Feature: A Fuel Injected ’52 Willys Delivery Sedan

Street Feature: A Fuel Injected ’52 Willys Delivery Sedan

This Willys is unusual to begin with as a delivery sedan that feature added rear windows, but it's also made even more unique by the throttle-body inject V6 that sits between it's fenders. Read More

Get Free Stuff. Thank You Edelbrock

Get Free Stuff. Thank You Edelbrock

You like getting free parts for your car and Edelbrock likes giving parts away. Together, everybody wins. Check out their latest promotion that can help you receive a new Edelbrock carburetor at no charge.Read More

Opinion: What Does “Numbers Matching” Mean? Is It Relevant Anymore?

Opinion: What Does “Numbers Matching” Mean? Is It Relevant Anymore?

We often hear cars or engines offered as "Numbers Matching." Does this really mean anything anymore? We think it's all about enjoying what you have but we probably got your attention with the lead image, didn't we?Read More

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