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Inside the TH400 That’s Strong Enough For Pro Mod Racers and Durable Enough For Drag Week’s Quickest Street Cars
Electric Triple-Turbo Concept
Back in the summer of 1988, Mike Winchester, an electrician from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, set off to attend an annual classic car cruise in the nearby community of Three Hills.
In its Aug. '67 preview of the upcoming '68 models, Motor Trend predicted that American Motors would “have another sporty car, based on the AMX II show model, that will be more competition for Corvette than Mustang or Camaro …."
Burning the midnight oil.
The rodder's bucket list for events is long but we are convinced that the Shades of the Past Street Rod Association's Hot Rod Roundup is high on many a rodder's list.
Joel Rosen is an addict. There's no other plausible explanation for his proclivity to build terrifyingly fast automobiles that could be driven on the street.
Last month we introduced you to Project 50, a 1965 Ford Mustang convertible that the editors of Haynes manuals are restoring to commemorate their company's 50th anniversary.
What did your teenage custom truck look like? If your name is Victor "Reno" Sevilla, then it would've looked just like this gorgeous gold 1959 Ford F-100.
We've always admired the style of most '50s and '60s automobiles, which is one of the reasons we chose a '61 Ford Sunliner to be the 2015 ARP/STREET RODDER Road Tour car, of course the fact that the top drops made it even more attractive to us.
The 351 Cleveland in Scott Mays’ 1970 Mustang Strips Distributor Gears. We’re Gonna Fix it.
Rich Barnes picked up a 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby G.T. 350 he found chained to a house in California. This car became the bait to hook an even bigger fish.
Last summer was the first time vintage NASCAR racers joined the Bugattis, Porsches, Cobras, Maseratis, and other historic exotica that takes part in the annual Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion (previously known as the Monterey Historics).
Paul James’ restomod 1958 Corvette started as somebody else’s dead project.
At first glance, this 1969 Chevrolet Nova looks like just another vintage muscle car with day-two modifications...
There were several indications that the 1967 AMC Rambler Rogue was a muscle car, but the model remained mostly unknown in the performance arena.
There’s A Weird Buzzing Sound Coming From Mike Bees’ 1974 Nova. We’re Gonna Fix It.
America's Most Beautiful Roadster 2015 AMBR
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