What Are You Working On: Steve Nivens’ 1970 Chevelle

This LS-powered 1970 Chevelle is an impressive build. Take a look at this modernized hot rod in the making. By melding new school amenities with old school looks, Steve Nivens is building his dream car.Read More


Street Feature: A Black And Blue Mercury Powered 1950 Ford F1

This 1950 Ford F1 is powered by an unusual engine: an FE series Mercury 410 cubic-incher. It's not all that often you see a Ford F1, or a Mercury powered hot rod, so don't miss out on this double-shot of unusual.Read More


Epic Points Battles Headline The 2016 NMRA All-Ford World Finals

The NMRA All-Ford World Finals is stacking up to be one of the most exciting events this year with some tight points battles coming to a head, this action-packed event is a must-attend for any Ford racing fan!Read More


Street Feature: Ken Riggs’ Always Driven, Never Trailered 1955 Chevy

This '55 Chevy is a good driver and a real head turner as well. With modest looks and impressive performance components, it is ready to take to the show and for the long haul on the road. This is no trailer queen. Read More


Top 50 TV Cars Of All Time: No. 40, Wheeler Dealers ’57 Chevy 210

Taking a 1957 Chevy Bel Air 210 from a traditional color to a bold, modern hue is a risky proposition, especially when going from subdued baby blue to bright yellow, but Mike and Edd are up for the challenge!Read More


Street Feature: Paul Shager’s ’32 Ford Rumble Seat Roadster

This '32 Ford rumble seat roadster is an awesome car that was built to drive fast and in comfort. It may take on a classic street rod look, but it's full of luxuries, too, from the heated seats to the disc brakes.Read More


SpeedVideo To Broadcast Dirty South No Prep World Finals At Hub City

Power Automedia and are proud to annouce they have reached an agreement with Murillo and Taylor to broadcast the Dirty South No-Prep Series finals in “HD”.Read More


Top 50 TV Cars Of All Time: No. 41, Jack Benny’s 1923 Maxwell

The Jack Benny Hour (1950-1965), featured Jack Benny's personal 1923 Maxwell Tourer as a stage prop that was often used with guests, and in skits. It was later joined by a 1916 model.Read More


What Are You Working On: David Monsaas’ 1969 Dodge Dart GTS

This is one impressive project. It even looks good in progress! Check out this 20 year in the making 1969 Dodge Dart GTS project. We can't wait to see it done and tearing up both the street and the strip!Read More


Stance: This Super-Cool ’66 Nova Has It

There is more to Jeff Sposito's '66 Nova than just a cool stance, but that's what usually pulls people in to see more of what this car has to offer. Check out this super cruiser that is the epitome of cool.Read More

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Video: Assembling A Tilton Master Cylinder Like A Pro

Tilton Engineering goes over how to properly assemble a master cylinder. Which will save you time, many headaches, and possibly even your life.Read More


Top 50 TV Cars Of All Time: No. 42, Laverne And Shirley’s Hudson

Shirley buys a 1952 Hudson Wasp so she and Laverne can get around and experience adventure. There's just one problem: Laverne never learned to drive.Read More


Video: Tremec Transmissions Pays A Visit To Jay Leno’s Garage

When you get a chance to visit Jay Leno's Garage, you know you're going to be talking about cars, not television. Tremec's Nate Tovey was a guest and shared some important points about Tremec transmissions.Read More


Street Feature: Tracy Tucker’s White Hot 1946 Ford Club Coupe

This custom 1940 Ford business coupe is built with a small-block Chevy engine and painted with flames. It's a classic hot rod that is made to drive. It looks good, sounds good, and won't disappoint. Read More


Top 9 Cars To Turn Into Hot Rods: #6 Ford Anglia

The Ford Anglia was cheap and light – not to mention practically useless beyond commuting. The racer community took notice though and soon the race tracks and dragstrips would be filled to the brim with them. Read More


GM Heritage Center Pays Respect To GM Performance In Latest Addition

In the early 1950s, GM had fallen behind Oldsmobile, Chrysler, and Plymouth on the track. That all changed in 1955 with a Chevy Sedan and small-block Chevy V8. The GM Heritage Center now has one in the collection. Read More

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