More Man and Machine

When Gary Brown’s friend asked if he had seen this '56 Chevy on Facebook, he said he had not. But as soon as he logged on and saw it he knew he had to inquire about it, and eventually made the purchase. It was a finished car, and a special one at that. It had

There’s certainly no shortage of automotive-themed reality TV shows these days, thanks in good part to Jesse James. James – whose life and career as a motorcycle and custom car builder was first documented in the Discovery Channel documentary “Motorcycle Mania” before he became the star of the channel’s “Monster Garage” – was a bona fide

They say practice makes perfect. For hot rod builder Dave Hamilton, it seems to ring true. Dave is the owner of Ham’s Auto Body in Grants Pass, Oregon, and they’ve been cranking out top-shelf work since 1966. In his free time he builds hot rods at his house. To be more specific, he’s been building

It happens every time we go to a Goodguys event. We see thousands of cool cars, photograph hundreds of them, but only end up with enough space in the magazine to showcase a percentage of that total. So, as we prepare for the February Goodguys Gazette to hit mailboxes with coverage of the 2018 Colorado Nationals,

When Chevrolet rolled out its all new truck line in 1967, they recognized that pickups were being used for a lot more than just hauling. Many truck buyers enjoyed nicer features as well as different trim options. In 1971 the standard pickup was deemed a Custom, with a mid-level package called Custom Deluxe, and the top-of-the-line

Marilyn Meadors is the ultimate co-pilot. She was at Gary Meadors’ side when he founded Goodguys in 1983 and, in the decades since then, has watched the organization grow, all the while sharing in her husband’s passion for celebrating and driving cool cars. Meadors has always been a mainstay at Goodguys events, accompanying Gary to shows all