We’re going to be blunt right at the top here: Irving’s Widebody Mustang GT is radical. It’s an example of what some would call the new age of car building and showing. With the rise of wide body kits and air ride suspension has come
Today, C10s are far and away some of the most sought after classic trucks on the market especially first gen C10 trucks now that the 2nd gens have been done to death. With as many options offered as any muscle car of the era, it’s
Most car enthusiasts had a high school dream car, and for Pat Meador of Eugene Oregon, that dream was a 1958 Chevy Impala. Unlike many of us, Pat made his dream come true, but it took nearly a half century to make it a reality.
Lou Lafon has owned this straight axle Chevelle for 46 years. Lou’s 1969 gasser-style, straight axle Chevelle looks exactly as it did nearly five decades ago. In fact, the car has never even been washed since the flames were put down in 1970. It’s an
Scott Miller’s Black Widow-inspired Tri Five Chevy 150 has it all – iconic ‘57 Chevy body lines, plenty of power under the hood, and a healthy dose of attitude. Everything on this ride is finished to the nines and showcases perfectly what Scott and his
It’s a gray Kansas afternoon when my older brother Andrew tells me to take his 1958 Triumph TR6 for a spin. We’re both admittedly cold, but can’t help but smile as we stand in the parking lot of the historic Vista Drive In—a roadside landmark
The 1969 Dodge Charger wasn’t the prettiest muscle car Dodge ever made. Larger, boxier and heavier (3920 lbs) than its Challenger brethren (which emerged in 1970), it needed the 426c.i. hemi to get it out of its own way. Lesser engine options resulted in a
You’d be hard pressed to find a car that embodies the hot rod ethos while incorporating modern show-worthy construction and detail better than David Martin’s Magnificent 1931 Model A Roadster. It seems fitting, then, that Martin’s Model A has won the Goodguys 2018 Tanks Inc.
Colby Martin, owner and builder of this hopped up 1931 Model A Coupe first blipped on the hot rod radar in 2001 when he co-produced a student art exhibit at Cal State Fullerton’s Exit Gallery titled, “Wreckage from a Rebellious Past: A Celebration of Grime
It’s hard to resist hot rods like Randy Perez’s 1927 Ford Model T Hot Rod. In the stance-is-everything game, Randy is an honor student. Read on.
Think back to your childhood for a brief moment. Were you interested in cars even at a young age? Did