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John Martin made 10-second quarter-mile passes in the early days of Pro Stock drag racing, so he knows a thing or two about fast hot rods. But his current ride could put those vintage Pro Stockers to shame. His 1934 Ford coupe is NHRA-certified for 8.5-second runs, if he wants to push the 693ci, 850-horsepower

Metalwork is an art, just like painting in oils, photography, or creating a sculpture. To become a professional, it takes years and dedication to the craft in one’s chosen field, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get involved, start learning, and try to tackle a few tasks yourself. It seems that forming and shaping metal into

Steve Stanford has played a major part in hundreds of hot rod and custom car projects – without ever picking up a hammer or wrench. As one of the most-respected and well-known custom car designers and automotive artists, Stanford has had a hand (literally) in some of the most prolific vehicles of recent times, including

We’ve had some much-needed northern exposure this weekend as Goodguys kept a three-decade tradition alive and packed the Washington State Fair Events Center with thousands of cool rides for the 32nd Pacific Northwest Nationals presented by Griot's Garage. Three days of fantastic weather, incredible cars, and non-stop action made this one of the best Pacific

Vintage Drag Racing took over Pacific Raceways for the Goodguys Friday Night Drags in conjunction with the 32nd running of Pacific Northwest Nationals presented by Griots Garage. Over 200 racers packed the pits competing in a five different bracket classes with the evening highlighted by eight Nitro burning Funny Cars from the United Nitro Funny

The 32nd running of the Pacific Northwest Nationals presented by Griots Garage kicked off today at the Washington State Fairgrounds in Puyallup. We got an early start on the weekend with a great day of cruising through the Pacific Northwest on Thursday's Poker Run organized by the King's Men Car Club. Over 100 hot rods,