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What Does It Take To Be A Rabid Enthusiast? Ask Bruce Meyer!

What Does It Take To Be A Rabid Enthusiast? Ask Bruce Meyer!

Bruce Meyer is an elite car collector that prefers to be called a rabid enthusiast. He talked to us about his passion in the automotive industry and bringing fat guys in t-shirts to the concours crowd. Read More

Throwback Thursdays: Cruise Night And A Free Drive-In Movie

Throwback Thursdays: Cruise Night And A Free Drive-In Movie

It would be hard to imagine a drive-in movie without good music and cool classic cars. Throwback Thursdays puts them back together at the Kenda Drive-In.Read More

Sam Memmolo: Why Do We Need Timing? Because Timing Is Everything

Sam Memmolo: Why Do We Need Timing? Because Timing Is Everything

They say timing is everything, and to your engine it's not only everything but it's a crucial element that needs meticulous attention. Keep your timing correct, and you won't get that annoying knock.Read More

Real Relics: Blue Oval Rides Putting Substance Over Style

Real Relics: Blue Oval Rides Putting Substance Over Style

Detailing the owners of original cars who share stories and future plans for their well-worn Blue Oval relics.Read More

Behind The Wheel Of The AWD Dodge Challenger GT

Behind The Wheel Of The AWD Dodge Challenger GT

We get some seat time in the latest addition to the Challenger roster, the all-wheel drive GT. Sporting a system similar to the setup that's optionally available on the Charger, is this a sign of what's to come?Read More

Hot Rods You Should Know: The 1929 Ford Model A Pickup "Ala Kart"

Hot Rods You Should Know: The 1929 Ford Model A Pickup “Ala Kart”

It's not everyday that a build comes along that is so custom and so intricately detailed that it inspires the entire automotive community like George Barris' Ala Kart. Check out the custom truck's story here.Read More

Tim Washburn's ’63 Nova SS Is A True Street Cruiser

Tim Washburn’s ’63 Nova SS Is A True Street Cruiser

Tim Washburn is a Nova fanatic, fueled by fond memories of previously-owned examples. He set out to own another, and once scouring the 'net produced what he wanted, that's when the driving started. Read More

Rob’s Car Movie Review: American Graffiti (1973)

Rob’s Car Movie Review: American Graffiti (1973)

A review of the classic car movie, American Graffiti, directed by George Lucas, and starring Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, and Harrison Ford.Read More

Roadstar, A Keith Dean Built Traditional 1940 Mercury Kustom

Roadstar, A Keith Dean Built Traditional 1940 Mercury Kustom

When it comes to Mercury builds, nothing is sweeter than a traditional Merc lead sled project. Keith Dean's traditional build hits the bulls-eye. We spotted it at this year's GNRS. Check it out here.Read More

Musclecars You Should Know: 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona

Musclecars You Should Know: 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona

In the late 1960s Dodge was struggling in NASCAR. After spending time at the wind tunnel, their engineers returned with the Charger Daytona homologation special - a car so good, NASCAR promptly banned it.Read More

Lazy, Hazy Days of So Cal - LS1 Powered, 1957 Corvette Restomod

Lazy, Hazy Days of So Cal – LS1 Powered, 1957 Corvette Restomod

Jim Nielsen's 1957 Corvette was a restomod trendsetter back in 2001. The care and effort he put in to the build make this updated C1 timeless. And this car is also the template for nailing the stance on a C1.Read More

Dave Pareso's '51 Mercury: Traditional With Modern Conveniences

Dave Pareso’s ’51 Mercury: Traditional With Modern Conveniences

Things wear out, and when they do, it is time for a change. In 2012 Dave Pareso tore his beloved Mercury down for a new look. It's still traditional, but has a few modern touches. Read More

Interview: Editor Details New Book On Specialty Customizer Kar Kraft

Interview: Editor Details New Book On Specialty Customizer Kar Kraft

We recently caught up with Editor Wes Eisenschenk to discuss Charlie Henry’s new book Kar-Kraft: Race Cars, Prototypes and Muscle Cars of Ford's Specialty Vehicle Program due for release in June.Read More

What Are You Working On? Dennis Summers' 1967 Chevy Van

What Are You Working On? Dennis Summers’ 1967 Chevy Van

A 1967 Chevy windowed van certainly allows for plenty of room for hauling parts. While not exactly an open-bed type of truck, this van might be used to haul passengers on those long-distance surfing trips.Read More

Scott Bisel's Radical 8-Second 1964 Pro Street Chevelle

Scott Bisel’s Radical 8-Second 1964 Pro Street Chevelle

Scott Bisel grew up in the glory days of hot rodding and street racing in Southern California, and his gorgeous 8-second, 1964 Chevelle with a blown big-block for power is just the ride to illustrate his passion.Read More

Dakota Digital Shines Bright At The 2017 GNRS In Pomona This Year

Dakota Digital Shines Bright At The 2017 GNRS In Pomona This Year

Dakota Digital has become one of the custom builder's favorites for elite custom builds. We spotted three of these exquisite builds at this year's GNRS. Read More

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