Half Priced More Door 1955 Bel Air

Note From Editor: A few months back I gave my Dad a '55 Bel Air. My friend Kaleb Kelley from Speed Society heard about the story and came out to shoot the car. Below is the story I wrote for him telling the story of my Dad and his '55 Bel Air which ran on the Speed Society site. - TK Just like many kids growing up my Dad was my hero. 30 years later, he still is. I always … [Read more...]

Jane Thurmond’s 1964 Corvette “Scarlett”

The 1964 Corvette was a bad ass machine from the assembly line. With its fiberglass body, progressive rate coil springs and revamped rear leaf spring, this car was a true sports car. The body lines on the car are absolutely iconic - everybody knows that it's a Corvette, even non-car people. Painted red, you have Americana on wheels. Jane Thurmond's 1964 Corvette that you … [Read more...]

Mike Cavanah’s 1969 Camaro Raises The Bar

The 1969 Camaro is arguably one of the best Pro Touring cars there is. In the Pro Touring world a first generation Camaro, especially a 1969 Camaro is definitely the most popular car out there. Plentiful, decently priced, and lends itself extremely well to upgrades makes it a package that is hard to beat. They have been restored and done so many times, it's become a challenge … [Read more...]

In The Raw: Ironworks Speed And Kustoms’ Fairway ’67 Camaro

Mile deep paint, endless chrome and rich leather are nice, but they can be over rated. Seeing a car halfway through a restoration is a treat, like watching a blacksmith forge a red-hot piece of metal into a beautiful piece of art. When the metal is still in it's raw, unrefined state it's a true piece of beauty. The same applies when building a car - all the metal work is … [Read more...]

James Otto’s 1966 Chevy C-10 “For Pete’s Sake”

Introducing James Otto and his 1966 Chevy C-10 dubbed "For Pete's Sake." At first glance, the name James Otto might ring a bell for you, and there's a good reason for that. He's one of the top country music artists out there. When he's not standing on a stage in front of thousands of people, he's standing under the hood in front of hundreds of horsepower. Otto is a car guy, … [Read more...]

Video: Speed Kore’s 1970 Dodge Charger “Tantrum” on Jay Leno’s Garage

https://youtu.be/Ts0Z030mucc The SpeedKore built 1970 Dodge Charger dubbed "Tantrum" was recently on Jay Leno's Garage getting some love. Watch as SpeedKore talk about all the aspects of the car with Jay, including building all the carbon fiber pieces such as the hood, fenders and doors. Tantrum also sports a massive set of Baer 6-Piston brakes with HRE wheels surrounding … [Read more...]

Car Feature: Mario De Leon’s 1965 Mustang Fastback

With the wild success of the 1964 Mustang, Ford made some improvements in order to continue that success with the 1965 model. These changes include going from a generator to an alternator, relocating the oil filter, high horsepower motors along with some other minor updates with the interior. The most important improvement was the availability of the Fastback. This new sleek … [Read more...]

Car Feature: CR Supercars’ CR1 1969 Camaro

Do you need something exciting in your life to get your pulse racing, your heart pounding – something that will get you excited and keep you excited? Say hello to the newest addition to the CR Supercars family and the answer to all your personal woes – the 1969 CR1 Camaro. The pro-touring Chevy was unsheathed at the 2015 SEMA Show in the Centerforce Clutches booth in Las Vegas … [Read more...]

SEMA Special: Ring Brother’s 1965 Mustang Fastback “Splitr”

At SEMA, there are literally thousands of top notch cars from around the world on display. Trying to take them all in, and every detail of them in is just about impossible. The Ring Brothers are known for making some wicked cars, and making lots of neat parts for them. Last year was their 1966 Chevelle that had tons of carbon fiber. This year, they didn't disappoint either. … [Read more...]

Car Feature: Joe Haniszewski’s “SiniSSter” 1966 Chevelle

The 1966 Chevelle was, to date, the best Chevelle that Chevrolet had ever produced. After the success of the Z-16 option for 1965, the 1966 Chevelle Super Sports received the 396 cubic-inch power plant. These SS Chevelles terrorized and pummeled everything that lined up next to them, even for years to come. For Joe Haniszewski, a basic SS 396 Chevelle wasn't enough. … [Read more...]