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Gary Houston’s 1994 Ford F150 Super Cab-styled prerunner is not what it seems. It might look like an F150, but it’s actually a product of some extremely talented fabricators at Robby Gordon Motorsports. Headed by lead fabricator Donny Fair, who has since passed away, the truck was built in 1994 by what Robby Gordon says

There was a time when the NHRA ran Top Fuel motorcycles as a professional eliminator. When I first started going to the drags in the latter part of the 1960’s, I was instantly drawn to those that burned the magic elixir known as nitromethane….Top fuel dragsters, fuel altereds and, of course, the emerging phenomenon called

From the minute we set foot inside the 2nd annual Outlier’s Guild Moto Show in Los Angeles, we could sense this wasn’t going to be your typical motorcycle show. The show was held inside of a warehouse complete with exposed beams and graffiti on the walls - the perfect backdrop for over 100 one-of-a-kind custom

Pat Moran’s 1971 Datsun 510 was a gift from the BAT Gods. Pat's friend Dirk Stoop recharged his interest in "Five & Dimes", and pointed out this 1971 Datsun 510 listing on the the classic car auction website “Bring a Trailer.” Pat had never owned a Japanese car, but he had always been curious and

The annual New York Intl Auto Show is the place to revel in the future of high performance motoring. Manufacturer production debuts and concept cars join custom creations from aftermarket high-performance titans for a full spectrum display of automotive excellence. Fuel Curve was on the floor at the 2018 New York Auto Show and we

The red 1961 Ferris Bueller Ferrari from the 1986 hit movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" captivated audiences. The John Hughes film starring Matthew Broderick utilized the red 1961 convertible to transport the high school-ditching kids for the day. But did you know through Hollywood magic, this "Ferrari" was not the real deal? Probably just as