Joe Martin is not your typical automotive reality TV star. He hates drama, doesn’t have a lot of fighting going on in his Texas-based hot rod shop, and would rather be elbow-deep under the hood of a car than mug for the camera. Still, though,
Nick Griot has been around cool cars all of his life, so it’s no surprise that, as the son of Griot's Garage founder (and car care product legend) Richard Griot, he decided to go in a totally different direction when it came time for him
There’s certainly no shortage of automotive-themed reality TV shows these days, thanks in good part to Jesse James.
James – whose life and career as a motorcycle and custom car builder was first documented in the Discovery Channel documentary “Motorcycle Mania” before he became the star
Marilyn Meadors is the ultimate co-pilot.
She was at Gary Meadors’ side when he founded Goodguys in 1983 and, in the decades since then, has watched the organization grow, all the while sharing in her husband’s passion for celebrating and driving cool cars.
Meadors has always been
Series Intro by Bret Voelkel:
We are very proud to debut a new series of articles called “Ten Questions With…”. Our first guest will be Troy Trepanier. I first met Troy Trepanier in 1988 at the Street Machine Nationals in DuQuoin, IL. He and his dad
Eric Brockmeyer knew from a very young age what he wanted to do when he grew up. He simply took his two favorite things—drawing and cars—and combined them, setting him on a path to be one of the hot rod industry’s most well-known and respected
Glenn Grozich has been making things since he was 13 years old. His love of the manufacturing process, combined with his obsession with cars, his company has grown into one of the automotive aftermarket’s most successful businesses. Today, Grozich’s company, Billet Specialties, is known for
Craig Breedlove has had a need for speed ever since he was a kid. His love for all things mechanical only grew after he visited Bonneville for the first time at the age of 12.
“I was very interested in aerodynamics, so when I saw the
Ed Pink has been called the most versatile engine builder who’s ever lived. During a career that spanned almost six decades, “The Old Master” as he is known has built literally thousands of racing engines, encompassing everything from Nitro Funny Cars to Indy cars to