The 1969 Ford Bronco Boss Prototype was made by Kar-Kraft for Ford, and you probably never knew existed until it resurfaced not too long ago.
A pristine example of a 1970 Plymouth Superbird muscle cars happens to be owned by puppeteer comedian, Jeff Dunham, and he recently stopped by Jay Leno’s Garage.
Project “Shop Rag” is a father/son project was spotted at the recent LS Fest and gained a lot of attention for their El Camino’s looks and performance.
At the 2017 OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational, drivers were tasked to run their vehicles through a series of challenges, and here are the winners.
In a recent episode of Shop Talk, Kevin from Concept One Pulleys fully explains the Concept One custom thermostat housing.
Chip Foose shows off his radical 1971 Mach 1 that's way more than meets the eye!
At the 2017 SEMA show, the Edelbrock, and not just with people, but with new parts, it was a highlight of the trip this year!
Trey McFarland of MAHLE Motorsports gives us a closer look at their latest offerings when we stopped by at the 2017 SEMA show.
Garrett Harmola of Aldan America Suspension walks us through all of the exciting new parts being added to their catalog at the 2017 SEMA show.
OPG has been a great source that we turn to for builds we feature on our site, here are the new parts we found when we met up with them at the SEMA show.
Our friends over at Magnuson really outdid themselves with their display at the 2017 SEMA show, and we’re thrilled that we got a firsthand look.
The guys from Hagerty decided to find out the truth about the safety of the Corvair, and find out if this car is really bloodthirsty, or not.
Rolling into 2018, Flex-A-Lite has a few big product lines to add, and we got to check them out while we were at the 2017 SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Dakota Digital's new product lineup moving into 2018 offers even more versatility and are easier to use than ever before.
HEIDTS Suspension showcases their F-body line of hardware at SEMA 2017!
The Ringbrothers unveiled their Javelin AMX in the Prestone booth of this year's SEMA Show!
There’s no way to fully describe the giddiness we feel when a new Gymkhana video comes out from Ken Block. Possibly because Ken Block is some sort of drifting savant. Put him in a drift ...
Let’s face it: wagons are cool, and the older they get, they just keep getting cooler.
Hundreds of Firebirds flock to Dayton, Ohio for the 33rd Annual Trans Am Nationals!
Bob Bertelsen's 1968 Corvette is called the Green Mamba. He built it himself in his home garage, and it is an absolutely stunning high-performance custom.
Edelbrock is bringing back its popular Top It Off consumer promotion, so if you have been waiting to buy a crate engine or top end kit, now it the time!
One of the world's rattiest Impala happens to be one of the quickest!
Ken Block is back with his newly updated 1965 Mustang to take on one hellacious course as he travels up Pikes Peak in Climbkhana.
When it comes to racing someone and you’ve decided to power shift, the ratcheting shifter is actually a lot better than many aftermarket options.
Aldan American has built the ultimate pro-touring machine from a C10 pickup!
Michael Callahan's '69 Cyclone Spoiler II is an interesting take on the coveted AeroWarriors of yore.
If there is a cool autocross or muscle car performance driving challenge taking place in the Midwest, the odds are strong you'll see this Lemonwood Yellow '66 Malibu competing.
This Nova makes a seamless pass through the autocross course, something a stock suspension Nova with 435 horsepower wouldn't be able to accomplish.
Project Zed Sled, the 1978 Z28 Twin Turbo Camaro owned by Kevin Tetz is a build two years in the making that took a lot of careful planning and help.