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And just like that, day one on the Speedway Motors Week to Wicked 1952 Chevy build is in the books…or the can…or however you wanna say done!
Here we have a 1948 Case tractor that has been fitted with a very clever 1947 Ford F1 pickup disguise.
I consider myself pretty loyal to the sport of short track racing. In return, it’s been pretty good to me, so there are no complaints. But because we’ve had such a long relationship, there are often times I get burned out, tired, just need my space. You know – “It’s not you, it’s me.” “Maybe we need a break.” – those sorts of ideas.
Literally on the heels of our inaugural week-long truck transformation, we officially present you with the kick-off of the Speedway Motors Week to Wicked.
455 Cubic Inches. Oldsmobile V8 power. In a boat which displaces so little it’s practically on the plane when it’s not moving.
In my younger days when I was in bands and followed music more closely, it wouldn’t have taken me six months to notice that Icelandic ambient band Sigur Rós had released a concept recording of sorts.
There was a minimal amount of racing this weekend, but the season is just about to crank out to full power shortly.
Do you remember the Last Call from this past Friday? It was a Hemi-powered old school dragster with an auxiliary engine powering its roots-type supercharger.
Toyota was never sure what to call its forward control van in North America. Rejecting the TownAce name it wore in other markets, it was referred to simply by the unimaginative and generic “Toyota Van.” The lack of a real model name was actually quite fitting.
When I was but a lad I had the hots to own a sports car. My ride at the time was a Corvair 500 Turtletop four-door and while an excellent conversation starter, it was about as far from a sporting ride as one could get.
Monday Mayhem #34 Ready to ride? Here’s this week’s top 20 pics we’ve found on the internet. Check them out, and hit us on Facebook for any suggestions.
Tony Stewart may have put his NASCAR days behind him, but it appears there are plenty of days behind the wheel left for “Smoke.” Last week during preliminaries for the Chili Bowl Nationals Stewart announced that he will be competing in approximately 50 events during the 2017 race season, mostly on the dirt.
It seems there are many big wins ahead of young Christopher Bell. But for the time being his focus is on the race he grew up watching – the Chili Bowl Nationals.
Take a look at this setup and tell me if you were able to immediately determine what exactly is going on here.
A Y-Block for the New Millennium Automotive Specialists updates the classic Ford Y-Block to be a contender in a world of computer-controlled horsepower.
While most of the country is in a winter deep freeze, its classic cars holed up in garages, barns, and trailers, down in Florida enthusiasts enjoy year round cruising and car show fun.
Did you miss The DFL Show this week? Do you have Forza Horizon 3? Would you like to play said Forza with me to make up for the lack of an episode this week?
Rare Finds – Midnight Run: Rescuing a 1967 Shelby G.T. 350 For years, we had been after John Frakes to show us pictures and tell us details of his amazing Shelby find, which we had heard about.
My new career as a teacher means my schedule is at the mercy of the district and the local weatherman.
I have no idea what Soulja Boy is doing anymore, but he still seems to be enjoying buying (or probably just borrowing) new cars!