It all starts somewhere; the long, winding road leading you into automotive high performance. One of the truly magical decades to grow up in certainly had to have been the '60s for countless reasons. Dragstrips were packed with the wildest Funny Cars and Gassers, muscle cars were taking over the streets, and toymakers were churning out some of the...
We've become enamored with resurrecting used NASCAR parts for street use, and this road-weathered 1965 Malibu provides a beautiful example of the potential that hand-me-down stock car parts provide. Second-hand NASCAR parts make up every piece of its suspension and drivetrain, including its screaming 10,000rpm, 14.5:1 compression SB2 small-block.Dean Noseworthy, 57, of Mooresville, North Carolina, purchased this car nearly...
How much do you know about Toyota's flagship sports car? Like the Toyota brand itself, the Supra has come a long way since it first arrived in the late 1970s. Keep reading to learn about the Toyota Supra's history, and to see plenty of Supra photos. 1st Gen: 1978-81 Celica Supra (A40/A50) The original Supra was released as a grand touring version of...
About a month ago, we saw Hagerty's Barn Find Hunter YouTube series visit Alaska to see what sorts of cool things they could find hidden away. In addition to the early Ford trucks and Mustangs, host Tom Cotter also met a man with a vast collection of Broncos and Toyota FJs. We're interested.Adam McNab says he has an addiction for anything four-wheel drive, and...
The Impala Bonowski was excited about was this 1962 Sport Coupe, built and owned by Jesse Lindberg. This car had also been at the 2018 GNRS, where it won trophies for Outstanding Paint and Mild Hardtop. When we met Jesse in Sacramento, we found out that he owns a small automotive repair shop in Redding, California. A few years...
Detroit has long been home to some of the most impressive, ground-pounding drag cars that the racing community has ever seen, and an insatiable desire for speed seems to course through the veins of those who live there. John Wilhelm spent his childhood riding his bike around a suburb of the Motor City that was full of people working...
Car Craft's mantra of Loud, Fast, Real embraces the real-world budget-oriented approach to car building for the average working individual. It is with that simple criteria that we look for cars to feature each month, however, there is that rare occasion when it comes knocking on our door. That's exactly what happened with Scott Rodgers and his 1971 Ford Maverick. On...
When you hear Barrett-Jackson, what jumps to mind are probably the big dogs. Superbirds, Cobras, Ford GTs, so many Dodge Demons an exorcism is necessary, and whatever the current lump of mega-horsepower iron from Detroit is going to get auctioned off for charity, no doubt going for crazy big money. This year's star car is the all-new Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. My prediction? Seventy...
The original Mini launched in 1959, making this year the car's 60th anniversary. To celebrate, Mini is offering a special Mini 60 Years Edition car for the 2019 model year. Mini did a pretty awesome photo shoot for this limited-edition car, showing us how big the Mini is now compared to what it used to be in 1959. That might not have been...
Nearly a year to the day, Ford teased the world with an announcement that an all-new Mustang Shelby GT500 was coming with at least 700 horsepower. That day is now here, though unfortunately we still don’t have a terrific amount of information on this new muscular Mustang. It certainly looks like a hard-hitting Shelby superstar, and with all kinds of aero tweaks compared to the GT350,...

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