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
If you've ever been to an event in Arizona or an AutoCross race in the southwest than at some point you've noticed Gregg Biddlingmeier’s 1988 Ford Mustang Foxbody. It’s nasty.
Gregg's ‘Stang has come a long way from its humble beginnings as an $800 stock 4-banger.
This vintage motorcycle trio came about through the power of the internet, well Facebook actually. Recently, we put out the call to a vintage motorcycle group in middle Tennessee saying we would like to feature some bikes for you faithful Fuelers. The reply was nearly
When Preston Folkestad started driving his great grandfather's 1973 Chevy C10 truck to high school, he probably didn't think that someday it would be displayed at the SEMA Show. And it was even more remote to think that Folkstad would be selected as one of
A barren field across from an apartment complex in Lawton, Oklahoma, was the reason why this 1972 Triumph T100R ever came to be. For whenever Andrew Ukrop looked at that mess of dirt, rocks and arid scrub, he didn’t simply view it as a piece
It is not a Mercury, this is a 1951 Monarch 4-door custom. For some peculiar reason Ford Motor Company had this odd idea, they didn’t want Canadian Ford competing against Canadian Mercury and visa versa. It makes sense right? We didn’t think so either. In
The creation of “Gennie”, this 1985 Dodge Ram D350 heavy hauler, was built as a necessity for Humberto Ortiz. Not only to serve as a trailer-hauling parts runner for his shop Vulcan Specialties in Lubbock, Texas, but also as a reliable, comfortable and downright awesome
When we saw Cole’s 2017 GT at an OnGrid track day, we had to pull it aside for a closer look. It was a clear, sunny day at Thunderhill Raceway; perfect conditions to set new personal bests and just generally have a good time.
We were out early last week to get fresh dibs on Scott Hawley’s never-driven-before 1932 Ford 5-Window coupe by Roy Brizio Street Rods. The dark brown hot rod is scheduled to make its debut at the Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona next weekend.
The 1977 Pontiac Can Am is a car many don't know existed. Even fewer have seen them in person, and the chances of seeing one, running and driving are even more elusive. However, Michael Lamberth just happens to be well versed in all three phases.