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Gone Loco: Randy Raines’ 1933 Ford Roadster

We found this rare custom hot rod built by Randy Raines. He's Gone Loco with this 1933 Ford Roadster and custom parts. See more of the details and features of this build here.Read More


Car Shows: You Are More In Control Of Their Success Than You Think

We've watched some of the smaller car shows disappear, and some of the bigger ones die down to a certain death. But if you think about it, what really makes a car show successful is you, the participant.Read More


How To Turn Chevelle Tires Into Dust, And A Big-Block Into Shrapnel

Dave Gibson is an enthusiasts that enjoys his Chevelle more than most. He is usually secretive about where he leaves his signature when he's out driving, but this time, we have it on video.Read More

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Professional Tips To Help You Choose A Restoration Shop

Choosing a restoration shop can be a daunting task. To help you decide, we asked a couple of professional restoration experts how you can avoid problems when looking for someone to help you with your dream car.Read More


Hot Rods You Should Know: Doane Spencer’s 1932 Ford Hi-Boy Roadster

For some, the most influential hot rod was in the form of a movie icon. For others, it was a record-chasing coupe. But if you're looking for the most influential rod in the custom fab department, look no further.Read More


A Bike For A Bow-Tie: Tom Brown’s ’55 Chevy

We all know someone that sold a car they wish they kept. Tom Brown is not one of those people. He was able to hold on to the cool Chevy he got as a teenager. It's forty years later and he's still burning rubber.Read More

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Doing it twice – John Logue’s rare 1933 Chrysler

Street rodding is preferential to restoration. John Logue spent two years restoring his 1933 Chrysler, then tore it down and rodded it.Read More

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Sublime Brandywine – 1979 Corvette Gets A Makeover

From the rust belt of the Midwest, to the Central California coast, this '79 Corvette was snatched from the grim reaper and adopted by a kind couple who have lavished a life of luxury on the once neglected Shark.Read More


Home-Built Hero: Dave Belrose and Cindy Tabelin’s 1969 Nova

Dave Belrose built this car for his girlfriend of 15 years, Cindy Tabelin. She always wanted a Nova, and Dave sure knew how to deliver. Check out how this $1,000 project became a show-winning ride. Read More


His 1967 El Camino, Her 1972 Chevelle SS, Their Project Builds

Carrie and Melvin Hattell found each other, and then they worked together and found a pair of Bow Ties that they could build together. Their project builds are nothing short of impeccable.Read More


2 For The Show: ’69 Camaro RestoMod With A ’32 Roadster On The Side

It takes a lot to custom build a car in a year. This '69 Camaro is only half of the project that the team at Man Made Legends undertook in preparation for unveiling at this fall's Charlotte Auto Fair event. Read More


The Street Outlaws: A Visit To Midwest Street Cars Automotive In OKC

We recently took a tour of the Midwest Street Cars Automotive and spent some time chatting with Justin "Big Chief" Shearer and Shawn "Murder Nova" Ellington, the stars of Street Outlaws.Read More

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Quick Lift – What It Is And How It Works With Crane Cams

We spoke with Allan Bechtloff of Crane Cams to get a quick history on their "Quick-Lift" Gold Race series rocker arms and how it was discovered.Read More


SEMA Law And Order Update: A Summer Full Of Heat

We will never be able to completely see eye to eye on our next presidential candidates should be, but one thing we can all agree on is that we don't want the government interfering with our beloved automotive hobby.Read More


ASR Performance: A Tour of NorCal’s Progressive Hot Rod Shop

Located in Grass Valley, California, ASR Performance & Customs has been dubbed “Northern California's progressive hot rod shop,” and for good reason. Check out this impressive shop inside.Read More


Home-Built Hero: Keith LeGier’s Long-Term Camaro Project

Keith LeGier is a man that never gives up. It is that perseverance that enabled him to travel around the world, survive a horrific crash, and still find the fortitude to finish his 1979 Z28 Camaro. Read More

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