There are many reasons people build cars like AJ’s 1966 Nova - whether it be just for fun, bringing back memories or to win awards. Winning not only equates to awards but also to battles. As a reward for winning the battle, young A.J. Kephart
While on the east coast earlier this year, I had the pleasure of shooting Pat Pryor’s 1929 Ford A-V8 roadster – a car built with old world style and methods. Even though he’s a younger person, he’s got the whole “respect tradition” thing down Pat
Neil Siermachesky’s 1931 Ford Roadster should quiet the screaming graybeards who are convinced hot rodding is dying. Based in Port Alberni BC, the 37 year old Siermachesky has a deep connection to Model A roadsters, a family connection to be exact.
You might remember this Hot
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
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.
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Jayrun Mychael is a seriously talented and creative builder based in Los Angeles, CA – this 1973 Datsun 240z shows his talent. He has always had a severe affliction for classic Datsun Z cars. Over the last ten years, he has built several classics right
Mike Krumman, owner of that killer orange Chevy stepside we featured, has another truck we fell in love with – his Rat Rod 1936 Ford Pickup. While it’s a couple decades older than his Chevy and certainly not quite as shiny, it’s way bitchin’.
The AMX3 is one of America’s most elusive sports cars. First constructed nearly 50 years ago, you may never have heard of it or known about it. If you do, you're well-informed.
Back in the 1960s, American Motors was desperately trying to change its “Rambler” image
We all know that building a classic car is a long and laborious process - Don’s 1955 Ford Thunderbird is a testament to that. Don’s theory is one we’re on board with and that is…”If you’re going to do it, do it right!”
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Chris Ryan and his wife Lori own and operate Ryans Rod and Kustom from their home in rural Ninety Six, North Carolina. It’s quite the homestead – a sprawling property with a vintage filling station just around the bend. But it’s inside their shop that