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Car Feature: When A Turquoise Road Runner Is Your Best Option

Car Feature: When A Turquoise Road Runner Is Your Best Option

When your restoration begins with decoding a fender tag, you almost have no choice but to make it right. That's exactly what Wes Eisenschenk did with this 1969 road Runner.Read More

An Awesome '70 Chevelle Built When Friends And Family Come Together

An Awesome ’70 Chevelle Built When Friends And Family Come Together

Robert Nace's 1970 Chevelle SS is the perfect ride. It is the product of hard work, help of friends and family, the combination of quality parts, and his view of what a perfect big-block Chevelle should be.Read More

Home-Built Hero: This Blown Chevelle Exemplifies A Can-Do Attitude

Home-Built Hero: This Blown Chevelle Exemplifies A Can-Do Attitude

This is a cool build that we actually looked at about five years ago when it first started. We ran into Russ by happenstance at a car show and got an update on this awesome build that's come a long way.Read More

Sometimes You Just Want A Cool Truck: Ryan's 1951 GMC

Sometimes You Just Want A Cool Truck: Ryan’s 1951 GMC

Bagged and motivated by a healthy 380-horsepower small-block Chevy, this truck was built for no reason other than the simple fact that hot rods are awesome. We can't argue with that logic!Read More

Home-Built Hero: Old U.S. Navy Truck Gets New Life As Boat Puller

Home-Built Hero: Old U.S. Navy Truck Gets New Life As Boat Puller

This build is a two-fer. It's a show truck and a tow truck! Corlen built this pickup with boat pulling in mind. That's very fitting, since it's a former Navy truck! Find out more about this cool metal veteran.Read More

Futuramic, The Next Generation Oldsmobile From 1948

Futuramic, The Next Generation Oldsmobile From 1948

For the history buffs, the 98 was the top-line Olds, and was technologically advanced. It included the Hydramatic automatic transmission, Autronic Eye, an automatic headlight dimmer, and Twilight Sentinel.Read More

A '79 Z28 That Is A True Survivor Of The '80s, And Keeps Going

A ’79 Z28 That Is A True Survivor Of The ’80s, And Keeps Going

It's hard to find someone who is the original owner of their classic car. It's even harder to find a car that has yet to need a full restoration. Bill Hickey's Z28 is one such vehicle that covers both bases.Read More

All Out Custom: Cadillac Powered Model-T Roadster Pickup

All Out Custom: Cadillac Powered Model-T Roadster Pickup

We debut our new series with a bang, this Cadillac powered Ford Model-T Roadster Pickup defines what it means to be all out custom. We love it, and we know you will tooRead More

The Bursma’s Highly-Disguised 1978 Dodge Magnum Mirage

The Bursma’s Highly-Disguised 1978 Dodge Magnum Mirage

We found one of the most unique and unusual customs built in recent memory. Without being too over-the-top, this custom looks nothing like the original donor car. Even if it did, no one would remember the Magnum.Read More

Home-Built Hero: A Show-Stopping '68 Chevy Truck With LS Power

Home-Built Hero: A Show-Stopping ’68 Chevy Truck With LS Power

This is a seriously clean LS-powered pickup, and we love what the owner has built for himself. We don't see a lot of them as clean as this one. Check out this hauler and let us know what you think.Read More

What Are You Working On? Marty Smith’s Resurrected 1967 Corvette

What Are You Working On? Marty Smith’s Resurrected 1967 Corvette

What do you do when you find out that a rare and powerful classic musclecar is wasting away in the woods somewhere? You bring it back to life and turn it into a powerful drag racing machine. Read More

Boesch-Built: Dale Boesch's Incredible 1934 Ford Roadster

Boesch-Built: Dale Boesch’s Incredible 1934 Ford Roadster

When it comes to incredible builds, the Heartland Nationals has some of the greatest examples each year. Of those that we saw at this year's event were a number of notable rides, including Dale Boesche's custom '34.Read More

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

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

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

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