Five hard working gals from Speedway Motors and five months.
The goal: to build a T Bucket using only Speedway Motors parts.
The build: the brainchild of Betsy Grindlay, the oldest...Read More
Last weekend’s 52nd annual LA Roadster Show, known to many simply as “Father’s Day” is a cherished event in hot rod circles. Over one thousand timeless and traditional roadsters through 1936...Read More
Radical doesn't even begin to describe the latest offering from Ricky Bobby's Rod Shop. Known far making a splash with extreme hot rods (mostly early Ford offerings), he showed up in Indy with a...Read More
At just 23, Shelbie Wolk of Leavenworth, Kansas has achieved something many hot rod enthusiasts only dream of -- having her 1949 GMC pickup chosen as a Goodguys Top 12 award finalist! Being selected...Read More
Welcome, Resurrected Tin! We are pleased to have you at the silver anniversary 25th Heartland Nationals!
The Resurrected Tin car club’s beginnings were simple. The idea of a car club was...Read More
The blown Model A Ford coupes coming out of West Virginia's Hilton Hot Rods the past few years have reawakened the ghosts of hot rodding's past. But in our opinion, Hilton's A-Bones look better than...Read More
A true Hot Rod aficionado, Jim Malone went all in when it came to building his 1954 Oldsmobile 98. Born and raised in California's Bay Area, Malone got the car bug at a young age then moved to New...Read More
Bill Kilpatrick usually spends his time building customer cars and friendships at his B&C Auto Restoration shop in Ontario. This time, he decided to build a truck for himself. He selected a 1971...Read More