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All fart jokes aside, getting gas in an older car can be a pain—and not just in the wallet.
ECTA’s 2015 Season Opener
The show field is crawling with some of the coolest lowered and lifted Chevy and GMC customized classic trucks to be found anywhere.
Gassers, late-models and muscle cars all carry their own unique charm. Rarely, however, do you find them all in the same place.
When chasing perfection, nothing is ever finished.
Take a gander through the gallery and tell us which engine compartment dazzled your eyes the most.
We're here in Tucson, Arizona for the 2015 Super Chevy show. Check out photos from the day at Southwestern International Raceway where we saw funny cars and more from the car show and drag race!
Drag Week 2014 proved to be the most exciting running of the event in its memorable 10-year history.
Tom Hoover "Father of the 426 Hemi" Has Died
The Shelby G.T.350 truly changed the automotive landscape, which is why the cars are as desirable today as they were 50 years ago.
Hot Rod Drag Week Online Registration Goes Live at 9 a.m. (PDT) on Saturday, May 2, 2015
Check out these 6 seasoned Mustangs listed on Craigslist that you can buy for $3,000 or less!
This partnership will increase awareness for both companies and allow consumers to see Holley products in action.
Supercharged, direct injection, roller cam, deep-skirt aluminum block
Let's face it, being a teacher is no easy job. They're definitely an undervalued (and generally underpaid) segment of our workforce with an immeasurable amount of influence on people's lives.
According to the Shelby American Automobile Club's Shelby Registry 1965-1966-1967, this car, number 01378, was completed on April 14, 1967, and shipped to Welty Ford in Wenatchee, Washington.
"He said he really loved the car and he wanted it to last." This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 will last.
One of our favorite activities is our annual pilgrimage to the Portland, Oregon, swap meet. Typically we sell a few things, often buy more than we need, and from time to time come home with a new project truck.
This story started with a phone call from Kenn Funk, a well-known muscle car collector whose cars have appeared in several issues of MCR.