A new wave (get it) in 4th gen Camaro and Firebird IRS is now on the market courtesy of Illinois’ Heidts Hot Rod and Muscle Car Parts. That 1990s body roll is a thing of the past if you want to step up your handling
Today we’re taking a peek at what’s new from Hot Rods by Boyd Wheels. The HRBB Wheel brand is run by Chris Coddington and let’s just say he has done a spectacular job continuing his famous father’s legacy through quality products, cutting edge design and
AccuAir's patent pending ENDO CVT is the latest innovative product from Dustin and Reno Heron and their team of engineers and specialists. The AccuAir legend and product line just keeps growing.
The new ENDO-CVT™ takes streamlined appearance and ease of installation to an entirely new level
Our friends at ididit continue to offer hot rodders, racers and muscle car enthusiasts the finest steering columns in the automotive aftermarket. Born out of the American entrepreneurial spirit, ididit emerged out of a small garage in 1986 and has grown into the leading aftermarket
Our friends at Meguiar’s have just introduced Carpet & Cloth Re-Fresher to its impressive line of premium car care products. Formulated to quickly and easily remove unwanted odors in automotive interiors while leaving a pleasant and refreshing New Car scent behind, this stuff is like
Schott Wheels’ fresh Tomahawk design is a new addition to their Cover-Loc series of hidden lug wheels. The new Tomahawk wheels carry on the legacy of the earlier series wheels shown above on the 1965 Dodge Dart Big Oak Garage built a few years back.
Has the Goodguys 1979 Fox Body Mustang caused you to take a second look at these 1980s stallions? The Goodguys Mustang is making the rounds, teasing you with its cool vibe and great proportions, so you may be surprised at how great a start the
Small block performance options for a 305 V8? Stop laughing. What if the current migration of next gen muscle (’73-’87) really takes off which we think it will? What can GM car guys and gals who can’t afford a new LS motor do for more
The mechanic's droplight has been a mainstay in garages for years. You all probably have one somewhere, hanging down from an electrical cord. But it was never a perfect solution. The incandescent bulb got hot which caused the metal shield to get hot too. The
Every car has some sort of music player. But before MP3's, flash drives, satellite radio, cassettes and 8 tracks (and yes even phonograph players designed for cars), the driver had an AM radio. Unless you had a totally stripped down car with a "radio delete"