We’ve heard the dilemma many times: you want another project but in the back of your head you tell yourself, “my wife will kill me!” Todd Allen has the solution. Like many of us, Todd can’t stop dreaming about the next project, so when this
It’s hard to believe today that the ’37 Ford was not always popular with hot rodders. In fact, for the first 50 years of their existence, the biggest use beyond general transportation for ’37 Fords was fender-bashing stock car racing at dirt tracks across America!
Every car guy has a dream car. For Glenn Black of Taft, CA it was a chopped 1949 Merc. When the time in life was right, he called on Rodger Lee and his crew at Ironworks Speed & Kustom, which has been cranking out top-shelf
There’s little doubt that the Camaro is one of history’s most revered muscle cars, and that among all Camaros the 1969 model remains one of the most popular. It seems fitting, then, that Goodguys is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Camaro in spectacular
This 1965 Volkswagen Beetle was destined to spend the rest of its life rotting away near Innisfil, Ontario until Dan Zeleniak came across it. Despite being a southern US car, the Beetle had sat through a few Canadian winters and the floor pans were already
For three generations this trusty 1968 Ford F100 Ranger has been a binding force in the Williams family. For Dustin, there was no other truck that he wanted to own.
His father, Ray, bought the truck in 1971. He was a car guy who had
Imagine being an American serviceman who had recently returned from abroad in World War II or Korea and having an itch to travel and explore your own country with your family. How would you embark on that journey?
Greg and Cecilia Miller pondered that notion
In the 1960s, early Fords were still abundant. While the ’29s and ’32s have been elevated as more popular choices, anything Henry Ford built was hopped up and showcased in the earlier rodding days. Admiring that style, the Haifley brothers, Doug and Kelly, have cultivated
If you came of age in the ’60s and tagged along with your older brother in his 1957 Chevy, chances are that you’d want the same car someday. For Larry Breeden of Van Buren, Arkansas, that time is now.
“You like to go back to what