Five months ago, a group of Speedway Motors ladies embarked on a mission to tackle the task of building a T Bucket to showcase Speedway Motors new T Bucket fenders. The only problem? Four of the five ladies have never been around a “ground up”
Radical doesn't even begin to describe the latest offering from Ricky Bobby's Rod Shop. Known far making a splash with extreme hot rods (mostly early Ford offerings), he showed up with a downright evil looking 1929 Ford Tudor. Upon closer examination - the fit, finish,
Dashing in Dearborn Blue, the blown Model A Ford coupes comes from West Virginia's Hilton Hot Rods has reawakened the ghosts of hot rodding's past. But in our opinion, Hilton's A-Bones look better than anything the '50s or '60s had to offer! Hilton's cars are
Jason Graham of Portland, Tennessee is another young builder long on vintage hot rod expertise. Together with his wife Tasha, they operate Jason Graham Hot Rods and Cool Customs. The Graham's specialize in traditionally styled cars, especially Model A Fords with radical rakes and low
With a Ridler award, Goodguys Trendsetter award, numerous high-profile accolades, and his own shop cranking out decades worth of cool cars, Nashville's Jesse Greening, 40, is one of hot rodding's brightest young stars. He's proven more than capable of churning out early Ford and Chevy
A 1971 Chevrolet El Camino — named Blessed Persistence — was originally purchased by owner Eric Boily in 2006. It was a nice driver but Boily took it upon himself to do some upgrades and modifications in his garage. He cleaned it up enough so he
The Down and Dirty Bowtie is a family affair. Ben Smithson’s grandfather owned this former dirt-track car-turned-hot-rod, which was passed to Ben’s dad when his grandfather died in 1997. It’s now Ben’s turn with the car and what a turn he’s made with it!
Brian George and Ben York of Northern California’s Roseville Rod & Custom have teamed to build several top tier street rods over a span of several years. Their latest venture, a dark blue ‘50s style hi-boy 1931 Ford Model A roadster has been winning awards across
Keith Hill's "Federale Coupe", a raked and righteous '33 Ford 3-Window by Pinkee's Rod Shop is a throwback hot rod with hints of Bonneville as well as dirt track racers of bygone eras.
Inspired by the Federale coupe of Jim Jacobs, Jim Ewing, and Tom Prufer