Features

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

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

Patina: Caring For The Evidence Of Previous Neglect

Patina: Caring For The Evidence Of Previous Neglect

Patina comes in many forms and sizes. A topic that comes up many times on forums and chat rooms is how to take care of it without damaging the surface. We take a closer look at the topic here.Read More

At A Glance: How To Spot Differences In First Gen Camaro - 1967-'69

At A Glance: How To Spot Differences In First Gen Camaro – 1967-’69

There's a simple way to spot the differences in the first gen Camaro. When it comes to the front and rear lights, it's a little more difficult, but these clues will help.Read More

Reader’s Hardcore Project: Black Beauty, The No Compromise ’55 Chevy

Reader’s Hardcore Project: Black Beauty, The No Compromise ’55 Chevy

This truly is a hardcore project. It's not often that so much effort goes into one car, and Denis Falcon is the mad scientist building this creation. You will be hard pressed to find a Tri-Five any nicer.Read More

The Saga Of Irwindale Speedway: One Of Last Places To Race In LA

The Saga Of Irwindale Speedway: One Of Last Places To Race In LA

Public outcry over street racing has never been louder, but at the same time tracks continue to close. The latest in danger of getting the ax is Irwindale Speedway, one of the last places to race in Los Angeles.Read More

Musclecars You Should Know: GMC's Turbo Terrors Typhoon And Syclone

Musclecars You Should Know: GMC’s Turbo Terrors Typhoon And Syclone

While the 1980s and early 90s aren't remembered as a particularly inspired time in the world of high performance street cars, GM continued to take enthusiasts surprised with their turbocharged hot rods. Read More

Home-Built Hero: Walter Cravens' Tire-Shredding '71 Vega

Home-Built Hero: Walter Cravens’ Tire-Shredding ’71 Vega

Many people have forgotten all about swapping a V8 engine into a Vega. Let's face it, there are not many of Chevy's sub-compact cars still around. Walter Cravens has built one that delivers a new twist.Read More

Baker’s Dozen: 13 Favorite Trucks From GNRS 2016

Baker’s Dozen: 13 Favorite Trucks From GNRS 2016

Since 1950, the Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona, California has represented the finest customs in the country. See our top hits for pickup trucks at the 2016 show, and register for the upcoming 2017 show.Read More

Home-Built Hero: Terri Booth's '70 Monte Carlo

Home-Built Hero: Terri Booth’s ’70 Monte Carlo

Chevrolet's Monte Carlo was a true, upscale musclecar, especially when a big-block is under the hood. Terri Booth has a 1970 model that carries on that tradition. Check out this cruiser that she and her dad built.Read More

Jay Boddie's Hopped-Up Hemi-Powered Twin Turbo Grudge Nova

Jay Boddie’s Hopped-Up Hemi-Powered Twin Turbo Grudge Nova

Longtime California-based grudge and Street racer Jay Boddie's newest Nova is destined to become one of the most recognized setups in the country. See what he's got under the hood and inside this trick piece. Read More

Automotive Career Planning: Exploring Higher Education Opportunities

Automotive Career Planning: Exploring Higher Education Opportunities

Deciding what career path you want to pursue is a requirement of growing up, and the proper education is a big part of that process. We show you several places to get you headed in the right direction.Read More

Is Carroll Shelby Responsible For Chevy's Late 1960s Racing Success?

Is Carroll Shelby Responsible For Chevy’s Late 1960s Racing Success?

Yes, you read the title right and no, we haven't lost our minds. In more ways than one, Carroll Shelby was a major contributor to Chevrolet racing history. Read more about it here! Read More

The Lone Mopar: A Visit With Street Outlaws' "Dominator"

The Lone Mopar: A Visit With Street Outlaws’ “Dominator”

We catch up with Joe "Dominator" Woods of 'Street Outlaws' fame for a tour of his Oklahoma shop and a look at his newly-revamped, turbocharged Dodge Dart.Read More

Classic Car Studio's Twin Turbo'd 1966 C10 Shop Truck

Classic Car Studio’s Twin Turbo’d 1966 C10 Shop Truck

Check out this twin-turbo'd C10 shop truck. With modern upgrades and cool classic lines, it is one smokin'-hot cruiser. It might not haul a lot of parts anymore, but something is truly getting hauled - hang on.Read More

Load More