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666: Chasing the Devil In A 1934 Ford Three-Window

666: Chasing the Devil In A 1934 Ford Three-Window

Would you chase the Devil? If you owned this '34 Ford would you give it a shot? You might if it was built like Steve Becker's Three-window Coupe. Read More

The Great Cover Up: History Of Hubcaps And Wheel Covers

The Great Cover Up: History Of Hubcaps And Wheel Covers

Much like wheels, hubcaps can make or break the finished look of a custom build. What are these functional accessories, and why do they exist? Find out here!Read More

Flaming Orange Crush - Steven Boyd's 1975 Corvette Roadster

Flaming Orange Crush – Steven Boyd’s 1975 Corvette Roadster

Corvettes at Carlisle attracts the top 'Vettes from all over the country and Steven Boyd's 1975 Roadster was a standout among the best. This mostly original, survivor C3 is unmolested Seventies cool.Read More

Music On The Mother Road: Rumble Strips Play Music On Route 66

Music On The Mother Road: Rumble Strips Play Music On Route 66

A modern day attraction in several different countries are musical roads. The popularity of these roads is so great that we expect to see more in the future. Hopefully, the future roads have a better tune selection.Read More

Finding A Safer Hobby After A Controlled Airplane Crash

Finding A Safer Hobby After A Controlled Airplane Crash

So, what do you do after you’ve spent four years building an airplane? Fly it to Florida, crash it in a field and find a new hobby on the ground. Jerry Gray went from hot jockey to hot rod in one controlled crash.Read More

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Dazed and Confused (1993)

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Dazed and Confused (1993)

This month Rob reviews one of the classic Generation-x cult car films, Dazed and Confused (1993). Though it's not exactly a car movie, it's got plenty of Detroit iron to qualify as one.Read More

Mark Hassett's '69 ZL1 Camaro Is The Rarest Of The Rare

Mark Hassett’s ’69 ZL1 Camaro Is The Rarest Of The Rare

When Fred Gibb placed his order for 50 ZL1-equipped 1969 Camaros, little did he know the legend he was creating. What's more, had he known at the time it would cost so much, they might never have materialized.Read More

Leading Ladies: Charity Kindig Of Kindig-It Design

Leading Ladies: Charity Kindig Of Kindig-It Design

Co-founder of the acclaimed business, wife of Dave Kindig and mother of the two Kindig kids, Charity Kindig is one Leading Lady you want to know! Find out more about this leading lady of the industry here.Read More

Keeping It Simple: In A World Of Change, This Impala Stays The Same

Keeping It Simple: In A World Of Change, This Impala Stays The Same

This Impala has withstood the test of time, and remains one of the best examples of an unrestored survivor that we've seen in a while. Joe has owned it since 1968, and plans to continue that streak.Read More

Home-Built Hero: Kim Eriksson's '71 Chevelle

Home-Built Hero: Kim Eriksson’s ’71 Chevelle

It's not often that we see American muscle that has traveled across the pond, but Kim Eriksson's Chevelle is proof that the hobby is alive and well - even in Sweden. Check out this big-block-powered asphalt buckler.Read More

Lynn Hubbard, Memories Of A Ground-Breaking NSRA Lady Gearhead

Lynn Hubbard, Memories Of A Ground-Breaking NSRA Lady Gearhead

Lynn Hubbard broke ground for all women that followed her footsteps, from one of the first women safety inspectors for the NSRA to one of the best NADA Guide qualified appraisers. Check out Lynn's story here.Read More

Car Clubs of America: Classic Cruisers Car Club Of Virginia

Car Clubs of America: Classic Cruisers Car Club Of Virginia

We're putting together a monthly feature on classic car clubs across the U.S. This month we celebrate the Classic Cruisers Car Club (CCCC) from the historic coastal town of Poquoson, Virginia. Read More

The Death Trap: Chuck Seitsinger's Big-Tire, Twin-Turbo '89 Mustang

The Death Trap: Chuck Seitsinger’s Big-Tire, Twin-Turbo ’89 Mustang

Outspoken Street Outlaws star Chuck Seitsinger recently updated his famous Death Trap Mustang, making the move to big tires. We caught up with Chuck to get the behind-the-scenes story of his racing career.Read More

SEMA 2016: Derale Blows The Crowd Away With A 1966 Cyclone GT Build

SEMA 2016: Derale Blows The Crowd Away With A 1966 Cyclone GT Build

At a major show where you see a lot of the same brand or model, it's both easy and difficult to stand out. Derale Performance pulls it off with a Cyclone that blows the crowd away.Read More

Lisa’s 1928 Ford Full-Bodied Roadster Build Was A Family Affair

Lisa’s 1928 Ford Full-Bodied Roadster Build Was A Family Affair

Lokar's Brian Downard involved his family and friends on a roadster project car that is as original as the idea behind the build. Enjoy the details of this 1928 Ford Model A Roadster build here.Read More

SEMA 2016: Ironworks' Custom '57 Chevy Is A Pure Badass Tri-Five

SEMA 2016: Ironworks’ Custom ’57 Chevy Is A Pure Badass Tri-Five

Forget cookie cutter cars, this Tri-Five takes the '57 Chevy and gives it a whole new attitude without taking away from the classic lines and look of the legend.Read More

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