Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, this Ford Woodie rose from the weeds in Southern California and was reborn with the help of Clint and Diana Stark. Literally discovered sitting on the side of the road nearly covered by weeds, Clint rescued the neglected Ford Woodie for the purpose of salvaging the sheet metal […]
Many car enthusiasts lament the loss of their first car, but Yancey Taylor’s 1966 Chevrolet C-10 truck is still with him, although now slightly improved and modified. Taylor, originally from Georgia and now residing in Las Vegas, Nevada, always cherished his truck and never had any intentions of selling it.
Officially the 2014 SEMA Show starts today on November 4 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. We landed a day early and stopped in to get an early start on the biggest automotive trade show that displays hundreds of unique custom vehicles designed to showcase the industry’s brightest ideas and creative minds to the more than 60,000 industry trade members who are expected to descend on the LVCC during the show’s four day run.
Bags are packed, cameras are prepped, and we’re wearing our most comfortable pair of walking shoes. Now we’re ready for our annual trip to Las Vegas for the 2014 SEMA Show. But are we really ready for the over-the-top custom builds, the flurry of booth-betties that adorn the exhibit halls, and the outrageous celebrities and […]
Mike and Jim Ring have done it again! For the 4th time in the last 7 years, they’ve built a Goodguys Top12-winning car. Their latest, a ’65 Mustang named “Blizzard” for customer Dominick Farbo has won the Goodguys 2014 Grundy Worldwide Insurance Muscle Machine of the Year.
It is not every day that a sports car enthusiast gets giddy over a French automobile. During our visit to the Danville Concours we came upon this automotive unicorn, Chris Provo’s red 1985 Renault R5 Turbo 2. Designed as a rallye/road race car, Renault made limited quantities for homologation. The original chassis is Renault 5 (Le […]
Some thirteen years ago, Vancouver’s Washington’s Kevin Bischoff set out to “make an ugly car beautiful.” He certainly accomplished the mission. So much so that he and wife Angie’s 1936 Dodge was crowned Goodguys 2014 Flowmaster America’s Most Beautiful street rod, beating out a national cast of finalists during the Goodguys 28th West Coast Nationals back in August.