More Man and Machine

Often copied but never duplicated, The Goodwood Festival of Speed (FOS) is perhaps one of the most amazing events on the motorsports calendar. This year the FOS celebrated its Silver Anniversary and we were there for the party. The Festival occurs every summer on the grounds of The Duke of Richmond’s ancestral home 100 miles south

Kirby Wilcox’s love for his 1977 GMC Sierra Classic Squarebody started long before the recent trend in popularity of these beloved hauling machines. His very first set of keys were to a 1976 two-tone green GMC pickup. Fresh out of high school he went down to his local bank and secured a loan for $4400

Scrolling through Instagram one day I came across a promo for San Jose Blvd Nights - a meet up and cruise starting on the east side of town in a strip mall parking lot. Mainly Lowriders on the poster, CJ and I knew it was going to be a cool evening. So we loaded up and

The 1964 Shelby Daytona Coupe is a special car. Looking through the history of these rare racers, serial number CSX2299 is a particularly special example, so it’s no surprise that this is the car that Russ Foster looked to replicate in full. As the bases for his recreation, Russ chose to build the car exactly as

You could sum up the 2018 Midnight Mass Woodland show in one word…Hot! The cars, the pin ups, the weather were all HOT at Midnight Mass Woodland. First thing’s first - we're here for the cars. The Poor Boys Car Club draws in a good mixture of classic American made rides. Low riders, traditional customs, rat

Our friends at MotoRad are the unequaled leader in automotive thermostats; fuel, oil and coolant caps sold to the North American automotive aftermarket. That number is literally in the tens of millions so they’re quite busy making these components. The company is also a long time OE supplier and is a wholly owned subsidiary of