The Flair Witch Project: Suzy Bauter’s 1963 Rambler Wagon

1963 Rambler Wagon: The Flair Witch If you've been in the Pro Touring/Autocross scene for any amount of time, it's likely you've met Suzy Bauter. She originally got into the scene in Southern California, but relocated to Tennessee. That means you'll see her and her partner Rodney Prouty at events in the northeast to deep down south and all over. Everywhere she goes she has a … [Read more...]

Rusty Wallace’s ’66 Nova

NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace is still a gearhead through and through. This is his '66 Nova which is heading to Barrett Jackson soon. Rusty is somebody that knows how to drive, and this car was built to handle! The car was originally purchased at an auction and had been flipped after some damage. Rusty brought the Chevy II to Ambition Road to fix it right. Under the … [Read more...]

Ringbrothers 1969 Mach 1 “UNKL”

Ringbrothers "UNKL" 1969 Mustang Mach 1 The Ringbrothers are bringing their '69 Mach 1 Mustang dubbed "UNKL" out to debut at the Goodguys Columbus, OH show next week! This car was originally unveiled at the 2019 SEMA show, but hasn't been seen since then. Under the hood sits a 700-horsepower 520 cubic-inch V-8 built by Jon Kaase Racing Engines, sending power to the rear … [Read more...]

Jim and Geralyn Gloe’s 68 Camaro

  Text and pictures by owner Occupation: Nuclear Engineering I have always been a gearhead.  I had my first 1968 Camaro when I was just 14 years old.  I worked on that car every day and ultimately took it to my high school prom in 1976.  I like to say it had an “LS6” which, frankly, stands for “Long Straight 6”, which in my situation, was a 230ci straight six … [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...]

Optima Ultimate Street Car Challenge – Circuit Of The Americas

It was a hot one this weekend at OPTIMA's Search for the Ultimate Street Car at Circuit of the Americas last weekend. With the heat index climbing over 110 degrees and staying there all day long. Even though it was blistering hot, COTA's charm made up for the heat. I believe there were 88 competitors this weekend and it was hard to see them all. The first day was … [Read more...]

Ultimate Street Car Challenge – Pikes Peak

About 15 miles south of Colorado Springs lies a track known as Pikes Peak International Raceway. USCA competitor Bob Boileau is the owner of this fine establishment and helps to host OPTIMA's event every year. I've been to many of these events and this was one of my favorite venues. It's hard to beat Road America, but at this track, everything went smoothly and you could see … [Read more...]

Forgeline Builds 1970 Pro Touring Camaro

  DAYTON, Ohio - 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 for several years," says Dave Schardt, President of Forgeline Motorsports. … [Read more...]

24th Heartland Nationals Rewind…American Hot Rodding at its Finest!

Pictures courtesy of Gordon Rojewski Text courtesy of Good-Guys. Booming 4th of July weekend crowds, spectacular weather, fireworks, patriotism and over 4,500 cars (a new event record) highlighted the Goodguys 24th Heartland Nationals last weekend in Des Moines! Amazing as it sounds, the Heartland Nationals keeps growing! Each year here at the Iowa State Fairgrounds we see … [Read more...]

Goodguys 33rd All American Get-Together at Pleasanton

Had a buddy ask me if I'd tow a car down to the Goodguys show this weekend in Pleasanton. He didn't have to ask me twice, I grabbed my wife and we headed out early Saturday morning for the two hour journey to the Alameda Fairgrounds in Pleasanton. We arrived around 8 am and the place was PACKED! I was there a couple years ago and it was busy, but this year the word was out, … [Read more...]