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Spencer’s Widebody Mustang is built in a “Gotta get noticed” style. It’s not the look for everyone, but Spencer didn’t build a car for everyone…he built it for himself. Wide, wild, low, and loud are key characteristics of this high profile pony car that keeps a smile on Spencer’s face. When building a Mustang, the goal

Since 1988, the Goodguys Friday Night Drags at Pacific Raceways has filled the sky with nitro, lots of fun fans and some great vintage racing. It’s more of a celebration than a real race but there were plenty of stout on-track performances of note. The event is held in conjunction with the Goodguys Pacific NW

The 1963 VW Bug, technically called the Beetle, featured a whopping 40 horsepower from its miniscule four-cylinder, 1200cc (1.2-liter) aluminum-magnesium engine. The ‘63 model was often overlooked as no major design changes (outside of a redesigned fan housing, window guides and a few other basic tweaks) made it stand out from earlier versions. The 1963

The Gambino Sit Down is a unique one day gathering at San Jose’s Gambino Kustoms – a center of speed and chrome specializing in traditional customs and hot rods. Under the direction of Alex Gambino, the shop not only turns out award winning sleds, they offer metal shaping classes and do all they can to

This Multitool belt grinder, available from our friends at Trick Tools, is what you need and its more powerful than a Toyota Prius. Not really, but you get the idea. Officially named the Multitool 2 x 36 inch, One hp Belt Grinder, it’s way more than a traditional belt sander. The versatile tool has a

Launched in 1985 at the height of the billet scene by Glenn Grozich, Billet Specialties, Inc. has always had the fashion the automotive aftermarket demands.  It’s a tale of perseverance.  During the company's formative years, Grozich’s father was not as optimistic as Glenn. “Why do you want to make car parts?” his father asked as