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“I just wanted something different, and I guess I went way overboard.” Floyd Dutton chuckles a little when asked about why he built his chopped 1958 Edsel Roundup wagon. It’s definitely different. With only 963 Roundups built in 1958, Floyd’s is likely the only one you’ll see at any car show. [gallery link="file" columns="2" size="full"

The key to any recipe, especially for the Goodguys Grand Prize Giveaway 1967 Nova, is the right combination of ingredients. Start with a new-steel body from Real Deal Steel, the skills of the crew at Designer Street Rods, and scores of high-quality components from many of the hobby’s top suppliers and you have a great

Focus ahead! Winter might have you stuck inside right now, but springtime is just around the corner and with it comes another picture-perfect Goodguys 2020 event season. We’ve mapped out a great year and are dialing in the details to bring you America’s Favorite Car Shows! We’ve got a full spectrum of events in store across

Survivor rods and customs can be like archeology projects. As you investigate and remove the dust from layers of modifications and updates, you uncover not only an evolution in styles and trends, but also insights into the lives of previous owners. Jeff Ludwig’s mild custom 1955 Chevy is a good example of this but is

Editors Note - The West Coast Nationals has always attracted the country’s top street rods and new creations from influential builders. Goodguys celebrates their presence by making this event the home for the Goodguys/BASF America’s Most Beautiful Street Rod award. This honor recognizes beauty, style, and refinement in 1948-and-earlier street rod construction. Five finalists are

Jeff Dunham has spent a lot of time on the road, but thanks to his impressive collection of cars, he’s always riding in style. The record-breaking stand-up comedian, actor and ventriloquist isn’t your run-of-the-mill car collector; you won’t find any trailer queens or numbers-matching show cars with dust on their covers in his stash. Instead,