Utter the words 427 Stingray to any car guy and his eyes light up. The 427 Stingray is one of America’s most cherished beasts from the muscle car era, but the Corvette brand struck a chord with sports car enthusiasts as well. The drag-centric 60s
Charlie's Deuce Roadster is a real hot rod built to drive! He was good friends with Gary “Goodguy” Meadors and confirmed right away that he was, indeed, a really good guy. Back in the day the two drag raced each other and Charlie says Gary
The Corruptt Mustang is the brainchild of one crazy lunatic. We say that in the most caring, admiring, and respectful way of course. This is a 1968 Ford Mustang with more body mods than the finest Instagram model.
It's also a first for us here at
The ’69 Dodge Charger was a mass-produced muscle car but the 1969 Charger RT-SE proved more elusive. Of the 69,142 Chargers built that year, 20,100 Were R/Ts but this particular model is one of one as equipped. This was all decoded by Midwest muscle car
Mike Tillett’s 1985 Chevy Monte Carlo Swap is a serious machine. How it came to be is a pretty cool story.
SEMA and The Carolina Outer Banks are two places I would have ever thought about in the same sentence. But for Mike Tillett they became
If patina is nature’s artistic medium, Randy’s 1949 Studebaker 2-R5 Pickup is a canvas on which lives a masterpiece. If you recall the last time we visited Randy, it was to place a spotlight on his Model T hot rod. This time, we’re driving down
Byron Burnham’s 1976 Chevy Vega just might have you second guessing Chevrolet’s black swan of the 1970s.
This is no fallen star. An ultra-rare Cosworth edition, it survives today reborn like a rare symbol of a bittersweet past. That is, a car once coined, “Car of
A 1959 Impala Resto Mod is at the top of nearly every car guy’s list, especially those of the ‘Boomer generation. One of America’s most iconic cars, the Chevy Impala withstands the test of time to be a car of true excellence with it’s rear
This is a story of a 1979 Z28 Camaro that almost never was. John D’Agnese had his young heart set on buying a 1967-1969 Camaro. However, after looking at these cars with his father, a mechanic by trade, they were either a little too beat
Brent Diel’s '77 Monte Carlo Street Machine offers a well-executed glimpse of what’s trending in hot rodding. The next generation of muscle is here to stay and Brent’s sense of nostalgia runs deep.
Nostalgia itself is an interesting and mysterious condition of the human experience. Impossible