Shop Tours


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


Rad Rides on Display at G3 Rods Open House

An open house at G3 Rods in Rapid City, South Dakota, drew dozens of tricked-out vehicles and helped contribute $12,000 to local children's home. Read More


Washington’s Hidden Classic Car Wrecking Yard

Have you ever found a classic Chevy in a field somewhere or hidden in the woods? We found more than a hundred in a remote part of Northwest Washington state. It's an amazing place with a cool story behind it.Read More


The New Petersen Automotive Museum Look: Simply Wow

The Petersen Automotive Museum reopened to the public with a world class collection of cars displayed in a modern facility that makes southern Californians proud of their car heritage. See more here.Read More


Speedway Motors Tour: Nearly A Million Square Feet Of Cars And Parts

As one of the oldest mail order performance parts businesses, you know Speedway Motors has a successful formula. But did you know that there's a museum with more cars, engines, and toys than you can see in a day?Read More


QA1 Open House: Cool Billet Parts, New Products, Secrets, And Smoke

QA1 held its annual open house and car show this past July, and this time we got to be a part of the party. There was plenty to see, and what open house/car show would be the same without a few burnouts?Read More


Behind The Beauty: Touring United Pacific In Long Beach, California

United Pacific gave us the go-ahead to come on down to their facility in Long Beach and take a tour. Mile-high shelves, assembly lines, shipping bays, and R&D on classic Fords–we saw it all, and then some!Read More


Video: Behind the Scenes at SCT

No matter what you drive, SCT has a tuning solution for your car or truck. Here's an inside look at what makes the company tick.Read More


Corvette Craft: The Story Behind GTS Customs

Greg Thurmond, of GTS Customs in Simi Valley, California, is a strong believer in slow and steady work. His everyday business consists of fixing up old Corvettes, and they come out looking anything but normal.Read More


Engineered Power: Creating Reliable High Horsepower Ford Packages

Brenspeed spends an extensive amount of time, effort, and expense to develop reliable performance parts packages for their customers. We take a look at the research process every package goes through.Read More


Concept One: Necessity Was The Mother Of Invention For Redd Brothers

For some of us, finding the right part means scouring the wrecking yards until we hit the jackpot. For Kevin and Randy Redd, they put their degrees together and created the parts they needed and created Concept One.Read More


Video Tour: Total Cost Involved Engineering Celebrating Forty Years

Total Cost Involved Engineering manufactures hot rod and musclecar components that can be found on some of the sickest rides, from autocross to Pro-Street. They celebrate 40 years in the business this year.Read More


Shop Tour: Team Z Motorsports Race Car and Parts Factory

Team Z Motorsports is known as one of the most prolific small-tire car chassis builders. They also build suspension parts and more. We go inside with Team Z's main man, Dave Zimmerman, on this exclusive shop tour.Read More


Shop Tour: Aerospace Components’ Florida Headquarters

Join us as we take a guided tour of Aerospace Components' Florida manufacturing facility, where their industry-renowned brake systems, vacuum pumps, and other components are made.Read More


Shop Tour: We Visit 401k Club For Their Monthly Open Garage/Car Show

It's car show and cruise night season, and last weekend we visited The 401k Club Hot Rod Shop in Anaheim for their monthly Open Garage/Car Show and saw some pretty cool projects in progress.Read More


Revving Up Auto Meter Gauges: An Inside Look At How They Are Made

Exactly how does the little red needle move towards the redline? There is more to a gauge than you might think. We explore the different styles and options available inside! Read More

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