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What Are You Working On? Dan Troyer’s Chevy C.O.E.

What Are You Working On? Dan Troyer’s Chevy C.O.E.

Dan Troyer builds himself a Chevy COE reimagined from his first build that he sold years back in order to finance a new crane for his business. Check out this dually with fifth wheel towing capability.Read More

Roadster Shop's Inferno Camaro Wins Of Street Machine Of The Year

Roadster Shop’s Inferno Camaro Wins Of Street Machine Of The Year

Roadster Shop kills it this year with their Street Machine of the Year winner: Inferno Camaro. This 1969 Camaro is as far custom as you can get while still staying true to the first-gen Camaro style.Read More

Our Babe Of The Month Miss Marisol With A Sweet '65 Ford F100

Our Babe Of The Month Miss Marisol With A Sweet ’65 Ford F100

After sitting stagnant for some time, we decided to enlist the help of west coast pinup photograher Mitzi Valenzuela to bring back our babe of the month features. Here's Miss Marisol, our August BOTM.Read More

Body Styles: What Is A Jalopy And Where Did The Term Come From?

Body Styles: What Is A Jalopy And Where Did The Term Come From?

Automotive terms are thrown around pretty loosely without a thought of where they came from and what they mean. We take a look at one of the common body terms used today and where they came from. Read more here.Read More

A Trip Back In Time: Exploring Nebraska's Chevyland USA

A Trip Back In Time: Exploring Nebraska’s Chevyland USA

Opened in 1974, Chevyland USA was a classic automotive museum filled with more than 100 Chevrolets. These days, Chevyland still operates as a private museum, and exploring it is a one-of-a-kind experience.Read More

From Fleet To Flash: This ’63 Biscayne Gives Utility Some Flair!

From Fleet To Flash: This ’63 Biscayne Gives Utility Some Flair!

The Biscayne model was originally intended to mainly fill the fleet market, but shrewd enthusiasts such as Lyle Lindquist have other ideas. Check out this utility vehicle turned street brawler.Read More

Jon Sacco's 1970 Z28 Camaro Is One That Didn't Get Away

Jon Sacco’s 1970 Z28 Camaro Is One That Didn’t Get Away

When Jon Sacco saw this Z28 sitting under a tree, he couldn't let it rot away. He talked to the owner, and a decade later, it looks great. The paint is like glass, and the interior is cool surprise.Read More

Muscle Cars You Should Know: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

Muscle Cars You Should Know: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

The late 1970s were a dark time for performance across the automotive landscape, but Pontiac attempted to breath new life into the musclecar segment with the big block-powered 1977 Can Am.Read More

Video: Building A Better Second-Gen Camaro That's Over The Top

Video: Building A Better Second-Gen Camaro That’s Over The Top

When Marty Ceccarelli decided that he needed a second-gen Camaro, he pulled out all the stops and built one in a show-stopping fashion. Check out this over-the-top piece of high-performance art. Read More

This 1972 Monte Carlo Is The Epitome Of A Luxo-Cruiser

This 1972 Monte Carlo Is The Epitome Of A Luxo-Cruiser

The first-generation Monte Carlo is a hugely sought-after classic ride. Find out how Larry Gilbert lost his first luxo-cruiser, and found a replacement many years later. He's not losing this one!Read More

The Shark Shop's Original 1938 Graham Coupe

The Shark Shop’s Original 1938 Graham Coupe

What do you do when the car you want doesn't exist? You build your own version! Mike Markin did exactly that with this 1938 Shark-nose Graham Coupe. Read More

What Are You Working On? Joe Moyer’s 1958 Impala

What Are You Working On? Joe Moyer’s 1958 Impala

One of the most desirable Impalas is the 1958 model - a one-year-only body style and the very first year for Chevrolet’s newest high-end offering.Read More

From Rags to Restoration

From Rags to Restoration

A look at the life and work of high-end concours restorer, Guillermo Osorio, of Classic Vision Restorations.Read More

This 1951 Studebaker Champion Is Still All Business

This 1951 Studebaker Champion Is Still All Business

Business coupes were the pickups of their day, but thanks to Gary Wolcott, this 1951 Studebaker now enjoys a totally different type of pick up.Read More

Street Features: After A Full Year Of Cars, It’s Time To look Back

Street Features: After A Full Year Of Cars, It’s Time To look Back

After a full year of awesome cars, it's time to take a look back and see where we've been. A lot of time went into picking our favorites, and every car we didn't pick is an honorable mention. We loved them all. Read More

The Mail Man Has A New Hauler, And It's A Super-Cool C10

The Mail Man Has A New Hauler, And It’s A Super-Cool C10

Mail carriers around the world would be envious of this Chevy C10 hauler. Dustin Green, a mail man from Tenessee, and his pickup might not haul stamped envelops, but it will definitely haul butt.Read More

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