The All Wheel Drive Dodge Challenger was originally introduced at the 2015 SEMA Show, Dodge unveiled the new GT AWD concept. Now Dodge has put into production it's first all-wheel-drive muscle car version - called the GT AWD - as a way of keeping up
Marriage is an exercise in compromise – especially if you want to keep the peace at home. Amen to that. Mike Ogden from Sacramento, Calif. was smitten by his friend's '35 Plymouth coupe and wanted one for his next project. The wife was okay with
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Mopar Unlocks New Crate HEMI Engine Kit
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA US LLC) announced at the 2016 SEMA Show that dropping in a Gen III HEMI engine into Mopar vehicles from the 70s and earlier is now much simpler when using their HEMI engine kit. The
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When it comes to the Muscle Machine game, nobody does it better than Roadster Shop. Tom Demrovsky's 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle — built in-house at Roadster Shop headquarters in Mundelein, Illinois — is exceptional from every angle you look at it. From the timeless
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If you are in the northeast and you want a quality restoration or custom build, you’ll need to head west. Western New York that
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It's often said that lightening doesn't strike twice, and that's just fine by Bobby Alloway. After all, the renowned hot rod builder watched Alloway's Hot Rod Shop burn to the ground after lightning struck his shop in 1998. With
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Her name is “Pearl” and she makes over 950 Horsepower. We would expect nothing less from Harold Chapman’s team. Chapman has an impressive collection and has built an array of cars at his Customs and Hot Rods of Andice (CHRA) shop
Bill Ganahl, the founder and head man at Hayward’s South City Rod & Custom has firmly established his niche of being the San Francisco Bay Area’s go-to guy when it comes to preserving and restoring rods, customs and street machines with history. The Lepesh ‘41
Just the name "Yenko" captures the attention of car enthusiasts in the know, as these rare, purpose-built 1969 Yenko Nova 427's are few and far between. And while all are special, there are those that are coveted like no other.
Even though "Stinger" Corvairs were the