When you first get a car be it a finished car or a project, don't you sometimes wish it could talk about its past? Wouldn't you like to open the garage door on a nice Saturday afternoon, sit back, crack a cold one for yourself
It’s hard to tell exactly when hot rod patina became so popular but it’s been trending for a good long while now. But Richard Morec wasn’t a guy to jump on the bandwagon initially, and certainly not interested in the “faux patina” rides we see
St George, Utah’s Speedtech Performance has turned out some bitchin’ cars and trucks over the years. Their customer Charles Huffines of Granite Bay, California, wanted his 1972 Nova to be clean and unique, with the ability to compete in AutoCross or simply drive cross-country in
Elegant isn’t typically a word I would use to describe a 1965 Chevy C10 Pickup, however Shane Joachim’s custom C10 perfectly meets the definition. The truck’s simple appearance combined with its meticulousness make it an incredible piece of machinery.
Shane lives in a small town just
When John Eklofe saw this 44k original mile 1964 Rambler American 330 listed online he enthusiastically showed his fiancé. “It looks like a grandma car,” she shot back. Undeterred by the senior citizen vibes, John pulled the trigger. “I like cars you don’t see every
This 1970 AMC Rebel "The Machine" has come a very long way since it rolled off the assembly floor 48 years ago. From a parts car to the amazing machine you see in front of you, it has been transformed from a heavy, body-rolling oddball
A 1952 Ford Customline is about the last car that comes to mind when envisioning a radical custom – you just don’t see them. In the classic custom car era of the 1950s and ’60s, it was common for customs to evolve over the years.
Charles James’ 68 Ford Torino GT has earned its stripes as a Family Fastback since it rolled off the production line brand new. It’s not common in modern times for the same family to own a car for a half century, so when I met
The Gene Winfield Deuce Roadster is hot rodding’s ultimate survivor. First reworked by Gene in 1948, the car still thrives today albeit on the right coast, some 3,000 miles away from its home turf of Northern California. Yes, Gene Winfield did hot rods along with
That’s right, folks—we’re back with Randy Perez for yet another round of classic car anecdotes from his collection of custom vehicles. This time, we’re spotlighting his gorgeous, purist-repelling 1936 Packard 120 Convertible Coupe. If you have been following our chapters from Randy’s private collection, the