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7/22/2008

Salvation

Photography by Ken Stidwell
Ed Williams bought this ’55 Chevy hardtop to fix up as a nice daily driver. What he ended up with a seven-year project and an award-winning custom.

4/30/2008

Like Father, Like Son

Photography by Studio Martone
Everyone knows the old saying about the apple not falling far from the tree. In the case of Buzz Sollers and his son Andy, it’s more like the rodder not falling far from the old iron tree (or something like that). Each has built an early Ford street rod that reflect their personal tastes, yet both cars have a timeless style that makes them more alike than a first glance would indicate. Let's take a look.

4/1/2008

Furious 580: Under the Hood of 2007’s Fastest Street Car in America

It’s not hard to build an engine that can propel a 3,300 pound car into the sevens. All it takes is cubic inches, careful parts selection, meticulous attention to build details, and your choice of either stupid amounts of boost or equally ludicrous amounts of nitrous oxide.

2/29/2008

The Best Barn Find in the West

Photography by Maguire Photographics
Take one Oldsmobile aficionado and a rare car stashed away in a barn for decades. Stir in some great timing and a team of enthusiasts who push the envelope. Add a few years of hard work and a clear vision, and you get the 2007 Rod & Custom Magazine’s Custom Car of the Year—Bruce Ricks’ 1957 Oldsmobile Fiesta wagon.

12/26/2007

5.0 Revival

Photography by Media Arts Group
It’s easy to dream about turning your daily driver Mustang into a tire-smokin’ horsepower-house with looks to match. Finding the time and money to do it all can be another story. But with some planning and budget-friendly performance parts, you can take your daily driver to a high level of wow and have some gas money in your pocket.

11/2/2007

This Coupe Means Business

Photography by Studio Martone

“Man, I’m a farmer!” proclaims Denny Tonn. “What the heck am I doing with a car like this?” His restored and customized 1938 Chevrolet business coupe looks like a million bucks, but only because he spent five years and several industrial-sized cans of elbow grease to make it look that way.

9/6/2007

Blueberry Hill

Photography by Studio Martone
Don Barr is a Porsche guy. His 1983 Porsche won a National Preservation Award at the 1998 National Porsche Parade in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. He used to race 944s on the weekends. And his good friend and former race crew chief Lenny Darr happens to be a Porsche mechanic.

7/3/2007

Show Meets Go

As a child of the 1960s and early ’70s, Dean Michaels was raised around Detroit steel. For him, cars were as much a part of life as breathing. “Back then, everyone was into cars,” Dean told us. “Every year, my dad would take me to the dealerships and we’d look at the latest cars. They were always coming out with new, fast cars.”

5/1/2007

The House That BIGFOOT Built

For most gearheads, wintertime offers little more than bench racing and dreams of spring. But in the world of monster trucks—where racing happens almost year-round—the off-season lasts only from Thanksgiving to New Year’s. And if you’re part of Team BIGFOOT, that off-season is one of the busiest times of the year.

3/12/2007

Bel Air Turned Street Machine

Steve Hallas’ friends thought he’d finally gone crazy when he dragged a 1959 Chevy Bel Air home a couple years ago. Compared to the other cars he had built (a 1957 Chevy, a 1969 Camaro Z28, and a 1967 Nova SS), the Bel Air was—well, different. “They asked me what I was doing. They said it was ugly and I had lost my mind,” says Steve.

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