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When Chevrolet launched the Suburban back in 1935, none of the GM executives ever dreamed the popular hauler might one day look like Randy Marston’s ’66 Suburban masterpiece. Of course, we wouldn’t expect anything less from Marston and builder Roger Burman, who teamed up to win the 2017 Goodguys LMC Truck of the Year Late

For the past several decades, the Goodguys Builders Choice awards have been a coveted and prestigious award at many of the Goodguys events. Those who are familiar with the awards program know that the coveted Goodguys red dot on a headlight signifies that you received a Builders Choice award at any given event. [gallery link="file" columns="2"

From the highest mountain peaks, to the wide-open plains, to the sunken city of Subtropolis, the 2018 Goodguys Hall of Fame Road Tour traversed nearly 3,000 miles and covered a broad spectrum of American geography, lasting nine full days from September 20-28. It was the most epic organized hot rod road tour Goodguys has ever

Editors Note: Words by Tad Leach, owner of "Maybellene" I have been a car guy since I was a kid, when cars were freedom. I've had a number of fun cars since then – a 421-powered '64 Pontiac, a ’54 Buick, a 2004 Corvette, a ’59 Buick convertible, and a ’39 LaSalle concept car among

Nick Griot has been around cool cars all of his life, so it’s no surprise that, as the son of Griot's Garage founder (and car care product legend) Richard Griot, he decided to go in a totally different direction when it came time for him to choose a career. It is surprising, however, that his

“It’s basically my high school dream car on steroids,” Robert Torppa says about his stunning red '68 Firebird. While Robert was grateful for the vehicles his family did provide for him in high school, what they thought he needed was a far cry from what his teenage heart wanted. Growing up in the heyday