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Imagine an era in which domestic auto manufacturers built drag-prepared versions of their latest models and made them available to the general public.
Ever walk through a car show and come across the hot rod with the deep crowds standing around it? You know the one with the wild custom fabrication packing a monstrous supercharged V-8 and a body dripping in gallons of pearlescent vibe.
Professor Hammer's answers to your questions about metalworking can be found here! This month we take a look at the relationship between windows and the frame.
There is a reason these contraptions where nicknamed Awful Awful Fuel Altereds. Imagine a fiberglass T-bucket with near zero impact protection and a short wheelbase that assures wheelstands on rickety prewar suspension designs.
A look at the latest news and stuff, from the Petersen Museum Remodel to the 2015 Dodge Charger Hellcat Hemi!
Everyone has a favorite movie car. Even most people who aren't into cars otherwise can name one or two they really like.
Old magazine tests are considered by many to be the gold standard of muscle car performance, and those old dragstrip times are routinely beat these days.
While honoring the 45th anniversary of the NSRA Street Rod Nationals Plus, it was the perfect time for STREET RODDER and Ford Racing to recognize street rodders who install a late-model Ford engine in a Ford hot rod or custom.
What Happens When You Have to Call Off the Fastest Race On Earth?
The biggest car show of the season is no longer in Minnesota! The CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals has expanded into Wisconsin State Fair Park, July-17-19, 2015.
Today we're going to take a look over the shoulder of our very own tech center manager "Installation Jason" while he fills a fuel filler hole in a 1946 Chevrolet fender.
Terry Van Housen is a rancher in Stromsburg, Nebraska, raising corn and cattle. In fact he raises a lot of corn because he needs to feed more than 10,000 head of cattle!
Most new cars are slathered in boring, lifeless colors: Gruesome Gray, Coffee Grounds Brown, Bronchitis Beige, Grimy Green, and Bread Mold Blue.
We take a 1966 Dodge Coronet to see what goes into custom seats. We visited TMI's location where they were busy creating this car's Pro Series Sport XR Seats.
If you grew up in the '80s getting picked up after school in hopped-up Mopars, you might be prone to be a Mopar guy today.
Seventy-five years later, Jannen Dinkard's inherited 1940 Chevrolet Master Deluxe makes people come running over like the day her grandmother drove it home.
A HOT ROD Veteran Comes Back For a Third Feature
It's all too easy to make horsepower these days: add more cubic inches, some boost, or nitrous, and the pocket book is really the only limit when it comes to making power.
The idea sounded simple enough: build a massively powerful low-deck Chrysler wedge with a stock-location exhaust port, then drop it into our '68 Plymouth Valiant A-Body.
Larry Bell is the unofficial leader of Mopar magic in New Castle and hosts the annual Nursing Home Nationals, one of the biggest annual private Mopar gatherings in the nation.