More Man and Machine

Make no mistake – this is a native Cincinnati Chevelle. It’s an old school Chevy with air ride, a big block 454, 400 trans, and 3.73 gears. Sounds like a good time right? While on a recent trip to Ohio we couldn’t resist shooting Everette and Trevona Howard’s ‘68 Chevelle. Everette’s owned the car since he

The Bowling Green Hot Rod Reunion in Kentucky is a hot and steamy celebration of speed. Held at historic Beech Bend Raceway in a park-like setting, it’s the perfect nostalgic location for this annual festival. This year, we turned our sights on all of the Gasser action. If a hot rod is factory stock car modified

Robbie's Turbo Tudor doesn’t seem like anything new, but there’s more than one way to skin a cat. In Robbie Martin’s case he’s chopped his right hand drive ‘29 Ford Model A Sedan 5 inches, channeled it six, and tossed a couple turbos into the mix. The flat black paint is sharply contrasted with the ‘35

The Detroit Speed Third Gen Camaro is a big blue monster and we were lucky enough to have our Fuel Curve logos emblazoned on the car recently. Detroit Speed founder and President Kyle Tucker represented Fuel Curve in last weekend’s Goodguys Sponsor Shootout in Columbus, Ohio during the Goodguys 21st PPG Nationals. It was a

VP Racing Fuels, Inc., a valued partner here at Fuel Curve, recently announced they have signed a multi-year agreement to become the Official Fuel of the United States Auto Club. The USAC legacy is one that runs deep. Since 1955, USAC has been a signature American motorsport sanctioning body and governed the Indy 500 for

Rob Ida, a third-generation coach builder, designer, fabricator and head of Morganville, New Jersey’s Ida Automotive Inc. is so driven by his passion for building and driving vintage cars, he sometimes doesn’t make it home from the shop for days on end, especially when project deadlines are tight. That’s primarily because Rob and his three-man