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Seriously Foxy: Dig This Rotisserie-Rebuilt ’88 Mustang GT

Seriously Foxy: Dig This Rotisserie-Rebuilt ’88 Mustang GT

With the wide variety of aftermarket parts available for the Fox Mustang, each project is unique. Even still, Scott Hartrick's ’88 GT is something truly special, and not just because of its looks and performance.Read More

Video: This "C3R" Render Demands To Be Built

Video: This “C3R” Render Demands To Be Built

There are a some really great late model Corvette conversions out there that transform a modern 'Vette into a fantastic, new/old school hybrid. Here's the same idea with a C3 body. Swoon.Read More

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Eat My Dust (1976) & Grand Theft Auto (1977)

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Eat My Dust (1976) & Grand Theft Auto (1977)

A double-feature movie review of the Ron Howard films, Eat My Dust (1976) & Grand Theft Auto (1977). Two movies that essentially launched his career as a director.Read More

Home-Built Hero: Bill Weston's '73 Chevrolet Camaro

Home-Built Hero: Bill Weston’s ’73 Chevrolet Camaro

This '73 Chevrolet Camaro epitomizes the term home-built hero. Bill Weston found it at a swap meet, and then took it home so he could rebuild the car he envisioned. This one is coming together one piece at a time.Read More

David Strom, Jr.’s '57 Chevy Has It All, Including A Feel-Good Story

David Strom, Jr.’s ’57 Chevy Has It All, Including A Feel-Good Story

David Strom, Jr.’s long, low, and mean 1957 Chevrolet has it all: great looks, a killer stance, plenty of supercharged horsepower, and quite the story to go along with it.Read More

Meng’s Forgotten Family Farm Truck Finally Gets Respect

Meng’s Forgotten Family Farm Truck Finally Gets Respect

Months ago we found this creatively built truck that was an homage to the Meng family farm and family members. We misplaced the photos. Trust us, with this many files, it is easy to do. Now rediscovered, here it is!Read More

Rare Survivor – A 1961 Chevrolet Parkwood That Has Led An Easy Life

Rare Survivor – A 1961 Chevrolet Parkwood That Has Led An Easy Life

When you hear the term hot rod, does a station wagon ever cross your mind? Most of the classic wagons that have survived over time are now hot rodded, and that makes this unrestored example more than cool.Read More

What Are You Working On? James Williams' 1940 Lincoln Zephyr

What Are You Working On? James Williams’ 1940 Lincoln Zephyr

James Williams of Benicia, California, thought his '48 Cadillac would be his ultimate kustom but a divorce ended that. Now he's building Ford's answer to the Cadillac – a 1940 Lincoln Zephyr. Read More

Muscle Cars You Should Know: 1964-65 Mercury Comet Caliente

Muscle Cars You Should Know: 1964-65 Mercury Comet Caliente

After being orphaned by the shuttering of Edsel, the Comet found a home under the Mercury banner. Initially designed as a simple runabout, the muscle car craze would soon usher in big changes. Read More

Retired Wrecker - A 1966 C50 Saved From The Scrap Heap

Retired Wrecker – A 1966 C50 Saved From The Scrap Heap

Finding a classic, medium-duty truck that has survived this long is rare, which is exactly what makes this 1966 Chevrolet C50 stand out in a crowd. Find out more about this oversized show truck.Read More

Dodge SRT Demon: Pay Attention To The Details, It's A Numbers Game

Dodge SRT Demon: Pay Attention To The Details, It’s A Numbers Game

FCA is telling everyone that paying attention to details will reveal clues, that everything means something. We take a look at some of the numbers and clues in the Demon videos.Read More

Dave Dolman's Mercury Wagon Is The Epitome Of Cool

Dave Dolman’s Mercury Wagon Is The Epitome Of Cool

The 1949 through 1951 Mercury is one of the most recognizable cars in the world. It ranks right up there, along with a 1932 Ford and a 1957 Chevy. Check out Dave Dolman's Mercury Wagon here for the epitome of cool. Read More

Calling Card - Perfect Patina & Stance Make this 1963 C10 Stand Out

Calling Card – Perfect Patina & Stance Make this 1963 C10 Stand Out

Classic trucks have defintely been gaining in popularity. So let's take a closer look at a truly unique 1963 Chevrolet C10 restomod that sits low via an airbag suspension and is a proven daily driver.Read More

Just Bragging Rights: Going Low And Packing A Mighty Punch

Just Bragging Rights: Going Low And Packing A Mighty Punch

When you shoehorn an LS into the front of a VW bug, you can do it for many reasons. For Dan Troyer, it's not about fame or fortune, just bragging rights.Read More

Home-Built Hero: Mike Guido's 1980 Malibu Is Unconventionally Cool

Home-Built Hero: Mike Guido’s 1980 Malibu Is Unconventionally Cool

Hot-rodding is all about personal expression. Everything from engine and transmission selection to the style of the car's body is personal. Mike Guido's 1980 Malibu represents a personal choice not often chosen.Read More

IronMen Foundation and TCI Engineering Partner for Dress Blues Build

IronMen Foundation and TCI Engineering Partner for Dress Blues Build

For its second charity vehicle, the IronMen Foundation is building a custom 1934 Ford Phantom pickup truck with the help of industry leaders like TCI Engineering, Rydell Chevrolet and Custom Classics Restoration. Read More

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