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David Steele, the guitarist, hot rod historian, and all-around nice guy, will become the new director at the American Hot Rod Foundation.
This month's Street Corner features a look into the growth of American Speed Company, and how you can win your very own Street Rod of the Year Jacket!
Given that this issue is heavy on bare metal cars, we've been busy on the project 1955 Chevy wagon with some sheetmetal replacement and rust repair.
What’s it like to do a burnout, launch, and powershift your way down quarter-mile? Check out our drag test video here!
Take a look at the latest information from the 2015 ARP/Street Rodder Road Tour News, and plan out your part of the trip on the highway this summer!
For Mark Trostle, founder and owner of American Speed Company, it extends to the satisfaction of building a product.
Charlie had a sedan engine when he found the 1953 Chevrolet Nomad in a junkyard and a parts donor hours away.
GALLERY: Over 100 Pics From the 2015 Indy 500 Vintage Racecar Laps
It's always great to watch a pro do his work. Maybe it's an extreme motorcycle jumper, maybe a guy who carves tree trunks with a chain saw, or even a World Rally Championship driver work the switchbacks on a mountain trail.
2015 Indy 500 Gallery of the Race From HOT ROD's Unique Vantage Point
2015 Indy 500 Gallery--Exciting Pre-Race Extravaganza Up Close and Down On the Track
A 1983 Mercury Capri from the cornfields of West Des Moines
Rick Callahan's stock-appearing Dodge is worth a second look, and even a third.
Recently we converted our 2060 Dodge station wagon (Brennan calls it the Wagon Queen Family Truckster) from a single-outlet master cylinder to a dual.
A custom X-pipe was fab'd for this ride using parts from Patriot, and it is something that a homebuilder could do himself, along with the rest of the exhaust system, so follow along and see how it was done.
Recently a friend told us about a heating problem he was having with a small-block, Chevy-powered 1936 Ford...After a few more phone calls explaining what had been done we came to one inescapable conclusion—the fan was at fault.
May you ride eternal, shiny and chrome
If there’s one word to sum up Aussie car culture, it’s insane.
While digging through the photo archives, we came across these totally cool shots of the Riverside race in December 1968.
Hopefully, this is the first in a long-running series of turbo articles in CC