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It’s hard to go wrong with a 1931 Ford Tudor, but it’s even harder to get one this right. This Model A showed up to St. Louis-based Classic Car Studio as a pile of metal with no wheels or drivetrain and they turned it into a 500-plus horsepower work of art. Built for the bass player

Ask any fan of rally car racing and they will unequivocally tell you the Golden Era of Rallying was during the 1980s when the Group B monsters ruled the forests of Europe. With flame-throwing straight pipes, blow off valves popping and opposite lock four-wheel drifts commonplace, nothing, I mean nothing could top this madness in

Canepa Cars and Coffee presented by Hagerty Auto Insurance is simply the best C&C you will find north of Southern California, maybe nationwide. The quality and variety of cars here is unmatched. I mean, we all love a good little Cars and Coffee get together. Some caffeine, a handful of cars, and enjoying the morning with

A straight eight from a ’52 Buick shoved into a 1946 Crosley Coupe? Yes, please. If you’re familiar with the minuscule 27hp straight four cylinder that came in the Crosley Coupe from the factory you would agree it has plenty of potential for livening up. The issue with most swaps into these cars is the little

On a recent sunny Saturday, I turned my running 1966 Triumph T100C into a pile of parts. Good idea, right? I’m not solely to blame here—I got by with a little help from my friends. The story starts long before I was old enough to drive, let alone ride a motorcycle. Back in the late

This 1955 Chevy Stepside was built with excellence in mind. If you were to ask yourself “What’s the best way to build a pickup?” you would find more than enough answers. Mike Krumman has checked all the best boxes he could have with his 1955 Chevy Stepside. The closer you look at the truck the more