More Man and Machine

Today we’re taking a peek at what’s new from Hot Rods by Boyd Wheels. The HRBB Wheel brand is run by Chris Coddington and let’s just say he has done a spectacular job continuing his famous father’s legacy through quality products, cutting edge design and excellent customer service. First up - The Chinook! The Chinook is

The Hot Rod Garage in Oklahoma has been doing things the right way for over 20 years now. “What better way to make a living than to do what you love with your family?” Those words spoken by Jason Smith of the Hot Rod Garage in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, resound with gratitude and sincerity. And he’s

This 1957 Chrysler Saratoga went from a Texas cotton field to the upper echelon of resto mods we have seen lately. It has been on quite a ride since its discovery in that field, but it’s back and better than ever. The car was built by four guys; Mark & Brice Graham, Joel Puentes and

A mostly 1960s phenomenon, the “cab-over” 1961 Ford, Chevy, and 1964 Dodge light pickups and vans were as common as Toyota Camrys today. Where did they all go, and don’t you wish they were still made? Chevy was so sure of their popularity they produced both the Corvair-like Y-body Greenbriar vans and pickups, and then

Pomona after dark! Has a nice ring to it huh? The Grand National Roadster Show comes alive under the lights on Saturday night. We have noticed this trend the last five years or so and it is growing in size and splendor. It’s easy to see why when looking at these images by Marc Gewertz. Behind

Travis Noack’s 1974 Chevy Cheyenne Super 10 is a legacy truck. In 1974 Paul and Margie Sue Smith walked into Hallowell Chevrolet in Clovis, CA in search of a new pickup. They wanted to see what Chevy had to offer and the president of dealership showed them a special option dealer truck. It was a