More Man and Machine

Has the Goodguys 1979 Fox Body Mustang caused you to take a second look at these 1980s stallions? The Goodguys Mustang is making the rounds, teasing you with its cool vibe and great proportions, so you may be surprised at how great a start the 1980s Mustang can be for brewing a cool project. What’s

We recently spent a day in Guasco’s garage, as in Rich Guasco - the man behind “Pure Hell.” Rich’s 1932 Austin Bantam-bodied AA/Fuel Altered is one of history’s most prolific drag racing machines – a car that set world records and made legions of fans across the globe. Sitting next to Rich was John Paxson aka

Like most hot rods and customs, the 1949 Chevy Fleetline Deluxe you see here has a quite a story. It all started one night under the low roof of a friends chopped 54 BelAir at the drive-in. Cuong Vuong was riding shotgun and caught the kustom bug. He had prior dealings with mini trucks and

Just as I was graduating from the University of Florida with a journalism degree in March 1970, the new Gainesville Raceway hosted the first NHRA Gatornationals and I was in attendance. Same for 1971. But in 1972 I possessed a Pentax 35mm SLR and wrangled a photographer’s pass. In those days, that meant parking my ’70

The Barrett Jackson Scottsdale Collector Car Auction is where the global gearheads go the third weekend in January. Buyers, sellers and scene setters come here from all over. The Scottsdale airport is covered in Gulfstream jets and there isn’t a hotel room available for a 30-square mile radius. The cars, the lifestyle and the culture

Ray Evernham’s 1936 Chevy race car is named the “Ghost.” It’s a very impressive piece of machinery from the garage of the Championship NASCAR Crew Chief and host of TV’s “Americarna.” Early on Evernham was heavily influenced by early modifieds, which were the primary vehicles that initially drove his racing affliction. Now that he is retired