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Events like HOT ROD Drag Week would be impossible if the RPM act is unsuccessful. The last thing we’d ever imagine is a time when modifying and building racecars was in danger of becoming illegal.
If you’re passion involves muscle cars, street rods, and everything automotive then we’d wager you’re very familiar with the Barrett-Jackson auctions that occur four times a year throughout the United States.
The table is all laid out, the plates are piping hot and there’s a hostess trolley full of goodness on its way from the kitchen.
Speed parts aplenty strewn all over the parking lot. You have to make sure you don’t kick a loose valve spring.
Forget everything you know about the 1950s. The thing that defined the era debuted on a fall day in 1954, smack dab in the middle of the decade.
On Thursday night, after unveiling Tesla’s new electric Tesla Semi, Elon Musk also revealed an entirely new creation that is said to stick it to the fastest cars on the planet.
What goes around, comes around … tried and still true. For the past few years we have seen an onslaught of “modern” hot rods made up of every year, make, model, and description.
Krass borrows the engine in Bernie’s Chevelle while he’s out. Bernie thinks it’s been stolen, but all the while, Krass has been out winning races with it.
Welcome to the Hooniverse News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull.
Many Mopar fans believe that life still revolves around the original Mopar small-block. Sure, the Gen III Hemi makes great power, but so do the early LA and Magnum engines and parts for those are generally more affordable.
The 2017 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN) isn’t open to the public quite yet, but we were there during move-in on Thursday to bring you this preview of a few of the 500-some rare muscle cars expected for this incredible show.
In the summer of 1982, I drove from Vancouver, B.C., all the way to Tijuana, Mexico, in search of a 1960s GM product to call my own.
As I write this, I am on an airplane flying to the NMCA All-American Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio.
Cam and Brad are back this week for a new C&T episode. Cam shares a horrifying college story, while Brad talks about the work he did on his Audi.
Friday Inspiration #240 This is the Original Friday Inspiration series – amazing things that we handpicked to inspire you to greatness.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Yes, we are nearing Christmas, but it never hurts to do a little shopping ahead of time. Thanks to the PRI Show, racers have a chance to get a look at the latest and greatest before Santa makes his deliveries. There are plenty of different goodies for all types of racers and plenty of different kinds of products, as well.
There were so many spectacular performances from the recent Mod Nationals at South Georgia Motorsports Park that it is difficult to focus on just one.
When it came time to travel to Detroit for the 2017 Woodward Dream Cruise, instead of renting the usual Hertz economy car we called our friends in Dearborn and they hooked us up with a Mustang for the week.
On November 23, check out episode 59 of HOT ROD Garage, where Tony and Lucky take their 1965 Pontiac LeMans on the longest road trip to the body shop ever: all the way to the Lincoln Tech campus in Denver, Colorado.
This past season short track racers were afforded the opportunity to race on hallowed ground at Bristol Motor Speedway. They’ll have the chance again in 2018 as the Short Track U.S.