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This 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Pro Touring/Resto Rod Stuns

This 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air perfectly combines the classic old-school looks with the new-school drivetrain and luxury features inside the cabin. The 1955 Chevrolet was considered to be a huge turning point for the bowtie brand and was a major sales success. The '55 Chevy was available in three ...
By Rahul Raman Apr 09, 2019

This 1954 Chevrolet 3100 3 Window Might Look Worn, But It Isn't

This 1954 Chevy 3100 3 Window covered in patina might put many people off at first, but once you take a closer look at the truck, you will quickly realize that there is more to it than what meets the eye. Chevrolet introduced the Advance-Design series of pickup trucks after World War II on Satu...
By Rahul Raman Apr 01, 2019

This 1948 Chevrolet 3100 Is Rat Rod Heaven

From classic pickup to apocalypse-inspired 450 Ci rat rod. This truck is incredible! Rat rods are fantastic custom performance machines that embody total engineering freedom. There are no rules for these often apocalyptic looking vehicles that allow their creators to use just about anything the...
By Tyler Heatley Mar 30, 2019

Cruise Around Town In Style With This 1984 Dodge D150 Prospector

With just 31,389 miles on the odometer, this 1984 Dodge D150 Prospector still has a lot of miles to go ahead of it. Dodge introduced the D150 in 1978 as part of the D-series trucks. The D150 was manufactured through 1993 until it was replaced by the new Ram in 1994. During its more than two-dec...
By Rahul Raman Mar 29, 2019

This 1956 Chrysler 300B Hemi Coupe Is A Masterpiece On Wheels

With 355-horsepower from a 354 cubic-inch, 5.8-liter Hemi V8 and a three-speed automatic transmission, this 1956 Chrysler 300B is one of the most attractive cars made during the Jet Age. The 1956 Chrysler 300B was visually similar to the 1955 C-300, but the 300B received a new tailfin design and...
By Rahul Raman Mar 25, 2019

This 1941 Willys Hot Rod Is Not So Mellow In Yellow

Willys-Overland Motors made more than just Jeeps. This classic coupe now lives its life as a hot rod When the automobile manufacturer Willys is mentioned, you’d be forgiven for immediately thinking of the iconic World War 2 Jeep it produced. However, the Willys-Overland Motors Americar was a roa...
By Tyler Heatley Mar 20, 2019

This Car Is An Audi TT, Corvette And 1937 Chevrolet All In One

LS1 powered Corvette hybrid with Audi TT body shell took 6000 hours to build and sports just 1800 miles This concoction of three separate cars took 6000 hours to build. As a combination of one ‘37 Chevy, a fourth-generation Corvette and first-generation Audi TT, this machine is one weird mix. A...
By Max Holder Mar 18, 2019

This 1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe Has Undergone A $250K Restoration

Having been lavished with $250,000 worth of restoration work, this 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupé is now on the market for only $150,000 – and it's perfect in every way Although the Hot Rod scene remains popular with all ages, certain home-grown creations often go terribly wrong. Low-budget handiwork ...
By Calum Brown Mar 12, 2019

This 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupé Packs A 500hp LS7 Motor

Combining vintage looks with modern performance, this restored hot rod possesses some serious power Hot rods are fascinating machines that bring together early styling of motoring with modern day performance. A vehicle that exudes a vintage look always draws a crowd, but the crowd doubles is it ...
By Tyler Heatley Mar 12, 2019

Experimental 1932 Ford 5 Window Hot Rod Up For Auction

Featuring a one of three experimental engine, this expertly crafted hot rod is also an award winner Hot rod builds are known for being unique, with no two being exactly the same. Their combination of vintage bodywork and muscular engines often form a fascinating story, much like this 1932 Ford 5...
By Tyler Heatley Feb 27, 2019

New Petersen Museum Exhibition Features Racing's Finest Cars

A 10-car display of the world's most successful record breaking race cars make up the museum's new 'Winning Numbers' attraction. The Petersen Automotive Museum in California, USA is a wonderful combination of art and motoring history. Its sculptural exterior design hosts incredible machines raci...
By Tyler Heatley Jan 25, 2019

Motorsport Network And Speed Digital Launch Motorious.com

Technology and media businesses combine capability to create a new global automotive platform for the collectable car market. NEC Birmingham, UK & Charlotte, North Carolina, USA – January 10, 2019 – Motorsport Network and Speed Digital today brought their respective market positions and digi...
By Motorious Staff Jan 11, 2019

This 1967 VW Beetle Has Been Transformed Into A Hot Rod

It looks like a 1940s American hot rod but there's really a Volkswagen Beetle hiding underneath – this 'Opera Coupe' is a surefire head-turner American and European car cultures are markedly different. On opposite sides of the Atlantic, the former heartily embraced the flamboyant and brash custo...
By Alasdair Lindsay Jan 09, 2019

Tupelo Museum's 160-Strong Classic Car Collection To Be Sold

From (a replica of) the first production car in the world through to a 12-mile Dodge Viper, the 160-strong Tupelo collection has some fine pickings The 120,000 square foot Tupelo Automobile Museum has announced it will close in the spring of next year. Located in downtown Tupelo, Mississippi, th...
By Elliot Wood Jan 08, 2019

This Custom Ford Wagon Has Other Woodies Green With Envy

The cultural impact of woodie wagons is little mentioned. But this custom Envy example shows why they were loved. Once upon a time, wood was the sign of a premium exterior as well as interior of a car. Station wagons often had this wooden look, and proved popular in the 1950s and ‘60s. They had ...
By Elliot Wood Jan 08, 2019

This Is The 1932 Ford That Made Hot Rods Famous

The world's most iconic hot rod – the '32 Ford Roadster originally owned by Tom McMullen – is heading for auction with Mecum on January 12 Arguably the most distinguished hot rod of all time, Tom McMullen’s 1932 Roadster has materialized through every form of media outlet on the planet. From mag...
By Calum Brown Dec 13, 2018
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