More Man and Machine

“Silvia” is the name of this 1951 Oldsmobile 88 club coupe. It’s named after Rodney Palla’s grandmother who bought it brand new. It was parked when she quit driving

There’s little doubt that the Camaro is one of history’s most revered muscle cars, and that among all Camaros the 1969 model remains one of the most popular. It seems fitting, then, that Goodguys is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Camaro in spectacular fashion with the Summer of ’69 display at the 22nd

Summer fun for car guys means getting that special vintage machine out to cruise, and there’s nothing like a road trip to a big-time event to truly soak in the season. Goodguys is primed and ready with some spectacular destinations during our "Summer Swing" to keep you having fun, fun, fun in the summer sun

It’s time to clear the air a little about air-cooled Volkswagens. Though it was not always widely publicized, vintage VWs have always been welcomed at Goodguys events. Our fondness for these air-cooled machines dates back to the ’80s and early-’90s when the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association regularly held Bug Bashes at several West Coast

Anyone with even a passing interest in drag racing has heard the name Keith Black. He is arguably the most famous non-driver in quarter-mile racing history. Yet there’s irony in that descriptor, for he learned his early engine-building chops tuning powerful Ford Flatheads for speed boats. He made waves on water before he did so

This 1965 Volkswagen Beetle was destined to spend the rest of its life rotting away near Innisfil, Ontario until Dan Zeleniak came across it. Despite being a southern US car, the Beetle had sat through a few Canadian winters and the floor pans were already beginning to show proof of that. It was in poor