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Roadster Shop's Inferno Camaro Wins Of Street Machine Of The Year

Roadster Shop’s Inferno Camaro Wins Of Street Machine Of The Year

Roadster Shop kills it this year with their Street Machine of the Year winner: Inferno Camaro. This 1969 Camaro is as far custom as you can get while still staying true to the first-gen Camaro style.Read More

A Trip Back In Time: Exploring Nebraska's Chevyland USA

A Trip Back In Time: Exploring Nebraska’s Chevyland USA

Opened in 1974, Chevyland USA was a classic automotive museum filled with more than 100 Chevrolets. These days, Chevyland still operates as a private museum, and exploring it is a one-of-a-kind experience.Read More

From Fleet To Flash: This ’63 Biscayne Gives Utility Some Flair!

From Fleet To Flash: This ’63 Biscayne Gives Utility Some Flair!

The Biscayne model was originally intended to mainly fill the fleet market, but shrewd enthusiasts such as Lyle Lindquist have other ideas. Check out this utility vehicle turned street brawler.Read More

Jon Sacco's 1970 Z28 Camaro Is One That Didn't Get Away

Jon Sacco’s 1970 Z28 Camaro Is One That Didn’t Get Away

When Jon Sacco saw this Z28 sitting under a tree, he couldn't let it rot away. He talked to the owner, and a decade later, it looks great. The paint is like glass, and the interior is cool surprise.Read More

Video: Building A Better Second-Gen Camaro That's Over The Top

Video: Building A Better Second-Gen Camaro That’s Over The Top

When Marty Ceccarelli decided that he needed a second-gen Camaro, he pulled out all the stops and built one in a show-stopping fashion. Check out this over-the-top piece of high-performance art. Read More

This 1972 Monte Carlo Is The Epitome Of A Luxo-Cruiser

This 1972 Monte Carlo Is The Epitome Of A Luxo-Cruiser

The first-generation Monte Carlo is a hugely sought-after classic ride. Find out how Larry Gilbert lost his first luxo-cruiser, and found a replacement many years later. He's not losing this one!Read More

LS Fest Favorites: Joe Seeno's LS-Swapped '64 Nova Wagon

LS Fest Favorites: Joe Seeno’s LS-Swapped ’64 Nova Wagon

Gearhead lore has it that the Nova didn't sell well in south America due to it's name. While it's nothing but a myth, Joe Seeno's LS-swapped 1964 Nova wagon is more than up to the task of putting them to rest.Read More

Russell Griffin's 1961 Apache Is A Modern-Day Warrior

Russell Griffin’s 1961 Apache Is A Modern-Day Warrior

Once intended for a life of labor, Russell Griffin has given this 1961 Apache a new lease on life. Now he's ensuring that it doesn't have to deal with any labor, hard or otherwise. Check out this early hauler.Read More

IROC-Z: This Radical Resto-Mod Third-Gen Will Take You To School

IROC-Z: This Radical Resto-Mod Third-Gen Will Take You To School

This resto-mod IROC-Z is a fresh new take on a design that has transcended time, made even better by GM's penultimate small-block. Read More

Home-Built Hero: A Show-Stopping '68 Chevy Truck With LS Power

Home-Built Hero: A Show-Stopping ’68 Chevy Truck With LS Power

This is a seriously-clean LS-powered pickup, and we love what the owner had built for himself. We don't see a lot of them as clean as this one. Check out this hauler and let us know what you think.Read More

Driving Therapy: Restoring A '70 Chevelle SS To Cope With A Big Move

Driving Therapy: Restoring A ’70 Chevelle SS To Cope With A Big Move

Everyone copes with change in a different way. Sean Root coped with a big move by building and restoring this '70 Chevelle. It was therapy for him to work on the car and have the finished product to look toward.Read More

This '57 Nomad Is Red, Righteous, And Ready To Cruise

This ’57 Nomad Is Red, Righteous, And Ready To Cruise

When Henry's Army buddies would talk about leaving Viet Nam, going home, and buying a musclecar, Henry would always comment, "Not me, I want a ‘55 Chevrolet Nomad." Check out the realization of that affliction.Read More

Home-Built Heroes: A Trio Of Gorgeous Reader's Rides

Home-Built Heroes: A Trio Of Gorgeous Reader’s Rides

Our readers have some of the coolest rides in theor stables, and this week, we put together three Home-Built Heroes that are great looking classics for you to check out. Is yours one of them?Read More

Jesse Halfacre Built His '66 Chevelle The Hard Way

Jesse Halfacre Built His ’66 Chevelle The Hard Way

There are many project cars that have become gorgeous cars when they are completed, and such is the case with Jesse Halfacre's '66 Chevelle. Unfortunatley for Jesse, the road had several road blocks to overcome.Read More

Made For The Street: The Bourikas Bros '55 Bel Air

Made For The Street: The Bourikas Bros ’55 Bel Air

Painted in a beautiful Brandywine, this 800 horsepower '55 Chevy built by Peter and George Bourikas took home first place Pro Modified at both the Detroit Autorama and Cleveland Piston Power Autorama.Read More

This ’41 Chevy Rides Like A Monte With Good Reason!

This ’41 Chevy Rides Like A Monte With Good Reason!

Robert Dalton's 1941 Chevy two-door business coupe is no longer all work and no play. With its upgraded suspension, this ride is immensley reliable, and nothing but fun!Read More

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