Tag: hot rod magazine
Many cars are hot rods, but the 1932 Ford roadster is the ultimate hot rod. That’s the way it is and that’s the way it’s always been. If that statement seems arbitrary, ask any automotive enthusiast to name a single car that best defines a hot rod. Not only is the correct answer a ’32 Ford roadster—the complete answer is a 1932 Highboy, like this prime example currently listed on eBay.
Collection Created by Zach Klapman aka hammeraclassic Classic Cruisers I created this collection for two reasons. The first is that I grew up obsessed with old cars. The first cars I remembering seeing that struck a chord weren’t Ferraris or exotics; they were old cars. As a kid, I went to a hot rod show […]
For Brian Mackey of Mackey’s Hot Rods in Huntington Beach, California, the BUILT from eBay challenge became more than a fun project with a very tight deadline — it became personal. Team Hot Rod’s 1968 Chevy van is a tribute to Richard “Spider” Smith, a friend of Mackey’s grandfather who served as an aviator in […]
The chrome is polished, the stripes are pinned (give us a break—we’re excited), and the eBay-sourced parts are all in place. Now that the four BUILT from eBay teams are done, their cars are headed back from whence they came—the eBay auction block. Not before the Team Lowrider, Four Wheeler, Hot Rod, and Eurocar machines […]
Our garage throwdown is complete and four unique vehicles built by talented teams from some of the best garages are ready to be bid upon by automotive fans everywhere. Each garage was challenged to build a vehicle with base vehicles and parts purchased entirely from eBay with the goal of giving the proceeds from the […]
The frantic eight week builds have come down to this: tearing through the Mojave Desert, laying “11s” in the presence of classic fighter jets, conquering insane off-road obstacles, and showing off in style at an epic-looking cookout. The four teams competing in the BUILT from eBay series have finished their project vehicles, but now comes […]