Rockers, Patch Panels, And Tubs Oh My: The Mongrel Project Keeps Getting More Sheet Metal

Urchfab’s Mongrel Project, where a Ford 100E body is being combined with the unibody of an MX5 Miata, is moving forward like none other. We’re talking lots of work and lots of progress...

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Riley Stair Might Have Built The Baddest Trans Am Ever And We Love Him For It

This 700 horsepower, 10,000 rpm Pontiac is THE car that virtually broke the internet when it was debuted at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas in November. There wasn’t a single moment of the show that...

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Cruise Photos From The 2019 Tour D’ Orange Continue Right Here! Hot Rods, Exotics, Muscle Cars, Classics, Imports And More.

(Photos by Cole Reynolds) Here are more photos from the Tour D’ Orange! The 2019 event was awesome and was a great way to start our new year off by getting on the road in some hot rods....

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Minis Are Cool, But This Chopped And Flared Hill Climber Is Something Special

Chopped, Flared, and a Hill Climber? Yeah, this is not your ordinary Mini now is it?  Hell no, this piece was full of insane stuff and totally carries the torch for Mini racers and fans around the...

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Here’s One More Blast Of Photos From The 2018 PRI Show In Indy. Race Cars And Parts Galore.

(Photos by Author) Yep, we’ve still got PRI photos to share. Asphalt and Dirt Oval, Road Racing, Drag Racing, Off-Road, Boat Racing, Tractor Pulling, Diesel Racing, and so much more is...

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Project Mongrel Continues! This Little Car Is Getting More Beastly By The Minute

When we first started following Project Mongrel we thought it was kinda cool. But now we think it is down right bitchin. The fab work on this thing is simple but clean and nice and shows just how a...

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This 1970s Formula Vee Promotional Film Is Brilliant – The Class Continues Strong Today!

There are certain things that happen in racing which are so well designed and so well thought out that the make as much sense as 1+1=2. One of those things is Formula Vee. The open wheel racing class...

Morning Symphony: A Coyote-Powered 1987 Cougar Ripping Around Sears Point

(Photo: DW Burnett via Drunken Squirrel Racing) Color me shocked: very few people bother with 1987-88 Mercury Cougars as a fun vehicle. I can find a few builds from old CarDomain pages, and there is...

They Actually Listened: Porsche’s 718 Cayman GT-4 Clubsport R-GT Will Go Rally Racing In 2020!

Last year, Porsche teased a rally-bred machine based on the Cayman at the ADAC Rallye Deutchland event. The car ran a couple of stages, mostly for show, and we hoped that Porsche was testing the...

eBay Find: Save The World, Save This Project, Be A Hero And Finish A ZX-14 Powered 1972 Honda Z600!

In these trying times of conflict, dissension, and mistrust, the world needs heroes. The world needs people willing to take risks, jump into the breach, get their hands dirty, and take the disparate...

Master Hands: This 1930s Film Shot On Chevrolet Assembly Lines Is Jaw Dropping – Beautiful and Stark Footage

So what did it really look like to work in an auto plant 80 years ago? This is among the most incredible looks at that whole scene. This 1930s film shot on Chevrolet assembly lines is called...

Video: Back In The Late 1980s 4-Wheel Steering Was The Gadget Of The Day – Remember The Mazda 626 4WS

As a young whippersnapper in the waning days of the 1980s I remember reading about, with some awe, rear wheel steering equipped cars. Not just the era’s big dollar exotics, but Japanese cars...

Morning Symphony: A Lotus Carlton Being Beaten Like A Rental Car

What does a Ford Falcon from Australia and this dark green Opel Omega with a bodykit have in common? They both were so fast that they actually stirred up political action. In Australia, the headline...

Rockers, Patch Panels, And Tubs Oh My: The Mongrel Project Keeps Getting More Sheet Metal

Urchfab’s Mongrel Project, where a Ford 100E body is being combined with the unibody of an MX5 Miata, is moving forward like none other. We’re talking lots of work and lots of progress...

In Memoriam: Glen Wood, NASCAR Hall Of Fame Member And Founding Member Of Wood Brothers Racing

In 1950, three brothers came together to start a racing team, and that team is still going strong today. Wood Brothers Racing has been known for three things: a strong alignment with Ford, the...

Classic YouTube: The Fort St. John Rally Race Of 2010 – $200 Beaters Romping In British Columbia

Fort St. John, British Columbia is a little north of the center of the province and on the eastern edge, parked along the Alaska Highway at Mile 47. Other than being a transportation hub of sorts,...

American Powertrain Parting Shift: Watch This Road Racer Attack Sebring In A Stock Car With A Clutchless Trans

On the list of parts we someday aspire to own, a clutchless manual transmission in on them. Why? Because we want to be a boss like the guy in this video who is lapping Sebring in what looks to be an...

Watch A 1975 Camaro Get Destroyed With A Club And Brute Strength In The Movie Walking Tall 2!

(By Greg Rourke) – 1975 was not a banner year for performance cars. It was the first year of catalytic converters and unleaded fuel. Chevrolet couldn’t bring themselves to put the Z/28...

Historic Racing Video: The Night Kenny Roberts Rode the Wildest Dirt Track Bike of All Time

“King” Kenny Roberts is an American motorcycle racing legend. He rose from the ranks of American dirt tracks to become a multi-time champion at the highest levels of motorcycle racing,...

Classic Rally Video: Watch Petter Solberg Rip His Subaru Through The Fench Alps – Insanity

(By Eric Rood) – The 2016 World Rally Championship kicks off this weekend as it usually does with the monumental Rallye Monte Carlo and what better way is there to prepare than to watch this...