The Gene Winfield Deuce Roadster is hot rodding’s ultimate survivor. First reworked by Gene in 1948, the car still thrives today albeit on the right coast, some 3,000 miles away from its home turf of Northern California. Yes, Gene Winfield did hot rods along with his legendary line of radical customs back in the day. The
At the 2018 Old School Dune Buggy Reunion, Bruce Meyers was talking about art. “A car is a mix between art and engineering,” he told me. “For most people, a car is just the engineering,” he continued, and waved his hand out over the crowds of campers surrounding us at Pismo Beach in San Luis
Prestone Products Corporation, a leader in the development of under-the-hood chemicals, aims to keep your vehicle in top performance as we head into the winter months with its antifreeze/coolant with patented Prestone Cor-Guard corrosion inhibitors. As cars have changed significantly over the years, Prestone has developed and updated its formula to keep up with evolving technologies
The Porsche Werks Reunion is a massive annual event during Monterey Car Week in California celebrating all things Porsche. A little off the beaten path out at the Corral de Tierra Country Club in Salinas, that didn’t stop hundreds of cars and way more people from rolling through. Being in Salinas you’re nice and close to
That’s right, folks—we’re back with Randy Perez for yet another round of classic car anecdotes from his collection of custom vehicles. This time, we’re spotlighting his gorgeous, purist-repelling 1936 Packard 120 Convertible Coupe. If you have been following our chapters from Randy’s private collection, the character and unique qualities of this car should come as
In 2008, when I was director of the Wally Parks Motorsports Museum, I got a call from Nigel Grimshaw, a journalist friend of mine in England. He wanted to come over and photograph Ed “Isky” Iskenderian, otherwise known as “The Camfather” driving his infamous Model T Roadster. In typical fashion I said, “Sure, no problem.