More Man and Machine

Schott Wheels’ fresh Tomahawk design is a new addition to their Cover-Loc series of hidden lug wheels. The new Tomahawk wheels carry on the legacy of the earlier series wheels shown above on the 1965 Dodge Dart Big Oak Garage built a few years back. With the new concave profile, it’s a whole new ballgame. Shown

The John Mumford collection is a museum yet it’s not. It’s a private collection by a man who has been obsessed with hot rods and customs since his childhood. Mumford, an AMBR-winning rodder, collector and retired venture capitalist puts the same zeal into his passion for rods & customs as he did launching over a

We dare you to find a more bitchin station wagon than Merianne Pharr’s 1955 Plymouth BA-GT. Year’s back, Dave Pharr (best known in the rodding community as “Big Poppa”) had been searching for a wagon to build for his wife Merianne. Then one day he was talking with one of his neighbors and mentioned he

Our longtime friend Jere Alhadeff (pronounced Al-Ha-Deff), is one of the greatest drag racing photographers of all time and a true gentleman. We are lucky to present some of his work here in today’s Time Capsule story. Jere has been photographing cars and motorsports for over 50 years in Southern California. He began shooting drag racing

The recent Winter Jam Drifting Festival at Sears Point was a holiday treat. Billed as Northern California’s largest drifting event, it features both amateur and pro drivers getting sideways at speed. Just like AutoCross, entry is pretty easy and the rules fairly basic, the biggest difference being all cars must have a 4-point roll cage. This

Jaime’s 2017 Ford Mustang California Special is an award winner wherever it goes. After seeing it in person, we just had to take a closer look by spending a few hours with Jaime and his cool car. This late model muscle car is a perfect example of a build that’s not overdone; sometimes less is