So how does a guy go from specializing in classic Oldsmobile musclecars to racing a 5th Gen Camaro? It’s not as big a jump as it might seem, once you know the backstory…
by Alex Peitz on April 15, 2014
by Michael Morris on April 11, 2014
“80 percent of the people that don’t know what it is asks me if it is a ‘James Bond car’,” says Robert Jackson, whose company, Swedish Ops, built this Volvo Amazon into what it is now: The Volvo X.
by Brian Wagner on April 2, 2014
Mickey Tessneer and his killer 1966 Nova, “The Green Reaper” have broken the bar in half when it comes to clean race cars. This small tire wonder can turn on the win light and take home best in show.
by Josh Kirsh on April 2, 2014
This LS7-powered British supercar is as exclusive as it is fast, and in these videos we get a close look at the car both being built and on the dyno…
by Paul Wolfer on April 1, 2014
With a funeral procession of competitors in the rear view mirror, The Undertaker helps tires make their way to heaven.
by Tim King on March 31, 2014
This ’69 Nova isn’t a trailer queen, doesn’t have a paint job or an interior. Check out this Bowtie brawler and see what caught our eye!
When Mike Franz picked up this 1LE Camaro, we had to check it out. See what modifications he did to take this car from a factory machine, to a street champion.
by Joshua VanWynsberghe on March 4, 2014
Creating a car that stands apart from the crowd in the highly competitive 275 drag radial class is extremely difficult, yet this is exactly what Barry Lutz has accomplished with his stunning Outlaw Radial Chevelle.
Here’s a 1954 Corvette time capsule finished in the classic combination of Polo White with a sportsman red interior with just 1,370 original miles. Jump in the time machine and go back to the mid 50′s.
by Lindsey Fisher on February 18, 2014
We’ve pretty much seen it all when it comes to LS-powered vehicles, but every once in awhile we run across a vehicle that expands the modern Chevy-powered family a bit further. Mike Meyers’ Corvairs are just that!
Take a look at an awesome COPO Camaro, owned and operated by Dave Bridgewater, and check out the story of how he obtained such a beastly, rare factory hot rod.
by Lindsey Fisher on February 12, 2014
For some, a car build is a story of accomplishment; for others, it’s a story of true love. Such is the case for Chris Gibbany of Harrison, Arkansas and her 1978 Camaro named Mean Streak.
We found some great pictures of the new Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. Look inside for twenty high quality photo’s of this street machine.
When the boys at Never Again Racing started listening to some punk music in The Bombshell garage, they had a lightbulb go off. This idea turned into the Doomsday Impala that you see here.
by David Chick on January 13, 2014
While at the NMCA West Finals this year, we selected our favorite Top 5 True Street Chevys. As we discovered, there’s plenty of Bowtie performance to be found in this fun class, with much less pressure to boot.
by Nigel Dobbie on January 2, 2014
No other American car has quite the same racing history as the Corvette, and thanks to one collector’s love of the sport, the legacy of this former Le Mans runner-up lives on…
by Lindsey Fisher on December 23, 2013
Chevy collections aren’t rare, but finding one that features many factory-correct restorations was quite the treat for us. Check out John Rotherham’s amazing collection including a special Z/28 inside!
by Lindsey Fisher on December 18, 2013
Nelson Supercars are a relatively new idea, one that focuses on power and performance throughout an entire car by an industry-leading engine company. Check out this ’69 Camaro that got the Nelson treatment inside!
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by Matt Emery on December 17, 2013
Building a car with your father is an old gearhead tradition that will never get old. But cruising with dad is one tradition that has become the gateway to bigger and better things – like that first build together.