What do you do when you have a 1964.5 Mustang that’s semi-restored and you start getting the itch for a gasser? You build a Mustang Gasser like Roger did. It’s a bit outside the box, and when we first heard about the build we weren’t
Every time we take the driver’s seat of one of these old cars like this 1929 Ford Bonneville Roadster, we think about what it has gone through, what stories it could tell. Very seldom do they leave actual records and certifiable documents behind, not to
The 1957 Chevy 150 Business Coupe could be ordered in a number of configurations. Most were purchased by salesmen logging endless road miles selling their wares. As a result, the bulk of them were ordered with the “Blue Flame” 140hp inline 6.
Whoever originally ordered this
In 2012, the planning stages for the Goodguys G-10 Giveaway Truck got underway. Initial renderings and concepts of the 1967 Chevrolet C-10 were sketched by Oregon based artist E. Black Design and the truck was sculpted and finished by the summer of 2015 at Scott’s
Larry Poggio’s 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 is a survivor if we’ve ever seen one; a time machine to an era since past. Cars like this, meticulously maintained, give us hope that future generations will be able to appreciate these beauties for what they are.
What does half and half have to do with Joel Felzien’s 1969 Ford F100 patina barn find? Everything really. Joel’s aim was to build a lowered, reliable, fast and fun patina truck that wouldn't break the bank. Luckily for him, he had a neighbor with
What better name than Grand Nasty for a 1,200 rear wheel horsepower, twin turbo LSA powered, fire-breathing 1986 Buick Grand National? In today's modern era of Mustangs, Camaros, Challengers and the like producing 500+ horsepower from the factory Bobby Wood decided to go a different
Jeff Greening’s 1959 Chevy Apache is a popular shop truck not only in Alabama (Home state to Greening Auto Company), but country wide as it’s been driven across its fair share of state lines.
From local auto parts stores to some of the biggest rod &
This 1957 Chrysler Saratoga went from a Texas cotton field to the upper echelon of resto mods we have seen lately. It has been on quite a ride since its discovery in that field, but it’s back and better than ever. The car was built
Travis Noack’s 1974 Chevy Cheyenne Super 10 is a legacy truck. In 1974 Paul and Margie Sue Smith walked into Hallowell Chevrolet in Clovis, CA in search of a new pickup. They wanted to see what Chevy had to offer and the president of dealership