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If you like long and low chopped coupes, check out Rick Bolea’s five-window 1933 Ford Coupe from Pennsylvania. Even better, it’s powered by the old 427c.i. FE engine out of a car he had in college. [gallery link="file" columns="2" size="full" ids="56080,56079" orderby="rand"] Precision Hot Rods and Fabrication in Macedonia, Ohio gets the credit for the meticulous build.

Autumn may be approaching, but that doesn’t mean the Goodguys good times are coming to an end. The comfortable days and cool nights of September, October, and November are perfect for laid-back cruising, long hot rod weekend getaways, and road trips! From the southeast to the southwest, Goodguys has you covered with some great late-season

Larry Blodgett knows a thing or two about heritage and family. As the third-generation owner of his family’s business, Blodgett Floor Covering, Larry carries on a tradition started by his grandfather more than 70 years ago of selling and installing carpet and flooring materials in the San Francisco Bay Area. With this 1952 Dodge B-3

Like many hot rodders of his generation, Clarence Goodwin of Nesbit, Mississippi, was bitten hard by the car bug at an early age in the late-1950s. Clarence stuck close by his gearhead older brother whenever he could, mostly running to pick up whatever his brother needed as he wrenched on his ’49 shoebox Ford. The big

Editor’s note: The Goodguys and Fuel Curve teams were extremely saddened to hear that Jessi Combs died on August 27 while driving a jet-powered land speed car in the Alvord Desert in Oregon. Jessi was planning to break a 398mph record in a four-wheeled vehicle – a record she had previously set. The following interview

George Poteet is no stranger to the winner’s circle. His vehicles have won just about every honor, award, and accolade imaginable, from Detroit’s Ridler Award, to the Hot Rod Magazine trophy awarded to the fastest car at Bonneville Speed Week. Two titles he has never won before this year, though, are the coveted America’s Most