Truck Feature: Waylon Krumrie’s 1967 C10 “Able”

Waylon Krumrie's 1967 C10 "Able" For over 15 years, Waylon Kain Krumrie, Sales Manager at TMI Products has been surrounded by some of the baddest cars and trucks in the automotive world. He's worked with the biggest builders  in our industry and helped come up with some of the coolest interiors out there. All while doing this though, he didn't have a ride of his own to tinker … [Read more...]

FORGELINES 1970 PRO TOURING “FN CAMARO”

FORGELINES 1970 PRO TOURING "FN CAMARO " Photos by Tim King, Text by McCullough Public Relations Forgeline Motorsports knows a thing or four about all-out performance. It’s with this same single-minded focus that the team at Forgeline has decided to build their own pro-touring style 1970 Camaro. “We’ve been dreaming about building our own world class, pro-touring machine … [Read more...]

Truck Feature: Jason Oberhelman’s 1972 C-10 “Dime Piece”

Having a classic vehicle is a bit like having a drug addiction. It never goes away and can get away from you. Jason Oberhelman's truck here is the perfect example. "I wanted to buy something finished and done. I've restored a dozen vehicles and this time just bought a really nice truck that was finished," explained Jason. However we all know that little itch started and only … [Read more...]

Car Feature: Trans-Am Inspired 1970 Nova

1970 Trans-Am Nova The Nova platform is a tried and true winner. Whether you want a cruiser, drag strip bruiser, or auto cross King, the Nova can be formatted into just about any configuration. Inspired by the Trans-Am series, Jon Henson knew just how he wanted to build his Nova. Part street car, part autocross car, part do-it-all. With his vision set, he went to action on … [Read more...]

Car Feature: Valerie Pichette’s Red Hot For Teacher ’88 Trans Am

Short skirts, high heels, and tall hair. The 1980's were a hell of time for music and innovation. Just like in the 1950's where the cars were space race influenced, the 1980's cars were futuristic with high tech. Enter Tom and Valerie Pichette's 1988 Pontiac TransAM GTA. If Pontiac was able to go into the future in 1988 and grab parts, this is how the car would end up. Full … [Read more...]

Car Feature: Twin-Turbo 1964 Dodge Polara

Walking the SEMA 2017 halls, we were stopped in our tracks by this Polara. First off, a Polara? This car was so sneaky most people walked right by it. Upon further inspection it packs a massive motor and sits on a Roadster Shop chassis. Right up our alley for sure. We reached out and found some more information and pictures for you to check out. Official … [Read more...]

Car Feature: The TorqStorm Billet Superchargers’ 1970 HEMI-Powered ‘Cuda

Building a car can serve many different purposes. Whether you're building to show, cruise, race or a combination of things, every custom vehicle is constructed and used with intention. For Chris Brooker, owner of TorqStorm Billet Superchargers, the purpose for one of his latest builds may appear simple on the surface – to showcase one of his company's products on a cool car – … [Read more...]

Car Feature: TMI Product’s 1972 Nova

TMI Product's 1972 Nova When the time came for TMI Products to unveil a new line of seats at SEMA, they wanted to go above and beyond. "We had our traditional outlets, but we really wanted to wow the crowd and show people what we can do and how they look," stated Marketing Director Larry Ashley. For TMI Products, they have done it all. After being in business for over … [Read more...]

Car Feature: Jeff King’s 1967 Nova

Jeff King's 1967 Nova The age old saying "labor of love" couldn't be more true with Jeff King and his 1967 Nova. You see, Jeff will turn 35 years old this year, meaning he's had this car for 20 years and still hasn't driven it much. After hearing the story, we needed to see it and shoot it. "The car was supposed to be my daily driver in high school," explained Jeff. When he … [Read more...]

Car Feature: Brian Coyle’s 1971 Chevelle “Green Hell”

After growing up in the back of multiple different muscle cars, it was no surprise that Brian Coyle was going to be a gearhead himself one day. Getting the knack for tearing things apart and putting them back together started as early as five years old. In 1989, fresh out of High School, Brian was on the search for a piece of American machinery. He bought a ’71 Chevelle that … [Read more...]