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.
George spent years looking for a specific car, but found the one he wanted right under his nose – 20 years ago. He went back, and it was still there, so he brought it home.
It all started with a dream, a couple of drawings, and some inspirational advice from his dad. What Jacob Griffin ended up with is his very first masterpiece: a custom build he calls “Shoe This”.
One of the more popular colors in the history of the Mopar lineup has been B5 blue, and this example is the epitome of that color. You can’t miss it cruising around the SoCal area.
With three wheels and a Viper V10 for power, can you expect this to be anything less than exciting? The Viper Trike by TQ Customs called for a pair of custom radiators to keep it cool. They’re tucked up into the body and chassis of this one-of-a-kind trike.
Timothy Moyer’s 1969 Camaro RS caught our attention at a Goodguys show in Columbus, Ohio, for more than a couple of reasons. We left him a present, and he wrote in to tell us more about his RS. It wasn’t his first choice – but fate came knocking.