They say the time to buy something unique is to buy it when you see it. Chances are you may never see another one again, and that’s exactly what Coby Gewertz did when he pulled the trigger on this rare English 1949 BSA Motorcycle. He
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Another stunning custom vehicle by Chicago’s Auto Art, the 2015 Jeep Wrangler was built as a promotional vehicle to show off Auto Art’s extensive and broad spectrum of custom car applications before Forte snatched it off the market. Whether it’s a
Many years ago Randy Harris bought the perfect 1940 Ford pickup. It was on trend with billet wheels and a Chevy small block and it stole his heart. Unfortunately, it had also stolen the heart of the guy he bought it from, who came down
The ad execs at the now-defunct Pontiac needed a hook and got one from an unlikely source in advance of the launch of the 1969 GTO. Borrowing a one liner from the Rowan and Martin Laugh-In TV show (in which Sammy Davis exuberantly shouted “Here
The Chrysler Corporation never made a 1955 Chrysler Imperial convertible. But Wayne Davis of Southlake, Texas didn’t really care. He made his own and we have the photos to prove it!
Exactly what would a 1955 Chrysler Imperial convertible look like had it ever been produced
The year was 1967. The Chrysler hemi was king of the drag strip and “slingshot” Top Fuel dragsters, which put the driver behind a nitro-burning time bomb, were all the rage. But there was a three-year period when drag racing’s poster boy Don “The Snake”
The Buick Invicta was a short-lived model with only five years in production from 1959 till 1963. It was Buick’s mid level model, fancier trim and more stainless than the LeSabre, but not quite as high-end as the Electra. In 1961 Buick produced 6,382 two
Robert Gallery grew up farm strong in Iowa. One of five children, Gallery parlayed the hard labor and sturdy work ethic he learned in his family’s farm fields into success on the football field at the University of Iowa, where his talent at left tackle
To most, purchasing a 420hp Audi R8 supercar from the factory is more than enough of a hot rod. But not to serious car guys like us. We want more. We want to tune, tweak, mod and hammer our cars, regardless of the fact that
When a Japanese Grand Touring car and World Rally Championship machine come together, they make a good marriage. In this case – the happy couple is a Subaru WRX Widebody.
It’s obvious at first glance this Subaru WRX Widebody isn’t your typical daily driver. While it