The Toyota Corona was a RWD car built throughout the 1970s, and 20 years ago you could find a few on the road. These days, this is about the only one around.
We don’t always end up with the car we thought we would have, and Mac’s Oldsmobile ended up being the car he wanted without even knowing it was there.
After spending a decade as a daily driver, then a couple more just sitting, John Nutt decided it was time to sell or rebuild. The results of his decision are evidence of his love for trucks.
Lee Norris has done a great job with his Mustang build, and despite not having as many cylinders as most muscle cars, he’s not lacking in the horsepower department.
Most of us have a favorite car, and if we were lucky enough we got to drive that car to school when we first got our license. The rest of us have to keep dreaming and eventually, if we don’t give up, we find our favorite car and we get to make up for lost …
One of our project cars this summer didn’t get built here, but all the way out in Oklahoma. We were an official supplier for the Officially Licensed Yenko Continuation Camaro build.
Most of us started our love for hot rods and muscle cars because of one that stood out when we were younger. For Chris Dinan, it was a well-known Willys that inspired him to build one of his own.
When Jason Bear showed up with his 1966 Chevelle at the NHRA Museum in Pomona, we already had muscle car envy. To think this was his first build? We were in the right place!
Growing up with TV cars is a sure fire way to become a gearhead at an early age. When you get older, those fond memories can help you decide what kind of muscle car you want to own, like they did for Jason and his Charger.
Drivers don’t need to win trophies, and that’s probably the biggest part of what we like about them. Anyone can buy a trophy, and Herman’s C10 is the perfect mix of show and go.