When’s the last time you bought a 1967 Plymouth Barracuda for $300? For Tony Cabanilla, it was in 1974 when he picked up this ’67. Before this, the car had been passed around in his group of friends; one guy won it in a poker
When Rick Jones isn’t busy building and tuning Championship-winning NHRA Pro Stock race cars he’s out enjoying his 1949 Chevy Stepside farm truck. He also runs QUARTER-MAX Chassis and Racing Components as well as RJ Race Cars, Inc in Galesburg, IL with his son Rickie.
Building a car like this 1961 Pro Street Falcon is a personal journey. Anyone who’s spent time wrenching on a project knows what we’re talking about; there’s a certain connection between you and your car that gets stronger and stronger over time.
Steve DiMartino started work
You can build a 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air Custom in a variety of styles. We’re partial to Jeremy Tolbert’s. It’s a So-Cal custom steeped in traditional style and an outgrowth of So-Cal’s thriving traditional rod & custom scene.
Many people know So-Cal’s Coachella Valley region for
They say life sometimes has it’s twists and turns but for Bill Maropulos and his 1923 Ford T Bucket it was a straight line with a fork in the road. One sign in the road pointed to “Normality”, the other to the dragstrip.
His love of
Bob Stahl’s 1978 AMC Pacer would make Wayne and Garth party so hard. Or at least get them to the street hockey game a lot faster. As a regular reader of Fuel Curve, you guys know that we like unique and different vehicles. Bob's Pacer
When we heard that WEAPON-X Motorsports was taking their brand new 2019 ZR1 Corvette out to the drag strip we had to stop by. President Ben Herndon’s goal for the day? To become the first of this coming year’s ZR1s to break the 10-second quarter
This 1977 Chevy C10 dubbed the "Brown Bagger" will have you hungry for seconds. While others may have been late to the squarebody party, Jason Namkung’s blood has always run through this era of C10's. "As a kid, I grew up in Super Sport Chevys
What’s better than a completely restored and resto-modded 1970 Ford F100 with 730hp? Building it for a Veteran-turned fireman. That’s exactly what happened at Classic Car Studio in St. Louis. What’s better is that Pete, a former US Marine, built the truck right alongside the
Spencer’s Widebody Mustang is built in a “Gotta get noticed” style. It’s not the look for everyone, but Spencer didn’t build a car for everyone…he built it for himself. Wide, wild, low, and loud are key characteristics of this high profile pony car that keeps