Category Archive: Apex Gallery, Autocross / Pro Touring, BangShift Galleries, BangShift News, Historic Photos

Time Killer: A Massive Treasure Trove of Vintage Late 1960s Trans Am Photos

One of the most romanticized periods in American racing is the late 1960s. Drag Racing was huge, stock car racing featured the wild winged warriors on America’s super speedways and on the road...

Southeast Gassers Action Photos: More Great Images From These Leaping Beasts At Mooresville Dragway

(Photos by David Whealon) – There’s a certain irony in the location of Mooresville Dragway. Not the fact that it is located in one of the most gearhead-centric cities in American but...

This Willys Coupe Was Bought New And Kept In The Family. This Survivor Is Now Fully Restored And Awesome

When we first heard about the guys at MetalWorks restoring Sheridan Hales one owner Willys Coupe, we knew we had to check it out. And man were we glad we did. The history of the car is awesome, and...

Throwback Speed: Some Of Our Favorite Old Car Websites Still Chugging Along In 2020!

(All images courtesy of their respective websites unless otherwise noted) Believe it or not, the internet as we know it today has been around for 30 years this year. While online bulletin boards and...

Roadtrippin’: This Abandoned Car Lot In Nebraska Has Some Fun Finds That Deserve A Better Resting Place

(Words and Photos by Scott Liggett) After checking out a closed up wrecking yard the week before, my buddy John McHarness asks me if I am up to check out another collection of rusty gold. I say sure,...

Gallery: Vintage Truck Ads From 1966 

America was booming in the middle 1960s. There were massive construction projects going on all over the country, industry was consuming resources that needed to be cut, moved, or mined out of the...

Gallery: Awesome Ads For Trucks and Equipment Circa 1959 – Great American Gearhead History

While helping my pop clean out my late grandfather’s home we came across some really cool gearhead treasures that I was allowed to bring home and add to my collection of stuff. Two of the most...

Grand Finale Photos: Our Tour Of The 3Dog Garage Heads To Floor Three – A Car Collection Beyond Compare!

(Words and photos by Joe Grippo) – Over the last few days we have shown you the amazing 3Dog Garage car collection housed in a beautifully restored old 3 story brick building in located...

Hoods–Up Weekend Provides Visitors with a Close Up Look at the Heart of the Early Automobile

(Words and Photos by Troy Thomas) Let’s see the business end of this…  What are you running in that thing?  What’s under the hood?    For many auto enthusiasts, what occupies the engine...

Fresh Catch: This Group Of Drag Racing Ads For Cars, Races, and Exhibition Machines Sums Up 1967 Nicely!

It has bee a while since I cracked the vault open and grabbed a fresh set of cool, historic, and old drag racing magazine ads our for everyone to see. These scans are all from 1967 and they are all...

A Year In Photos: David Whealon’s Favorite 2018 Images (Part 2)

(Photos by David Whealon) – We’re back with more images from the lens of David Whealon. This guy stalked the Southeast like a photographic jungle cat last year blasting images of NHRA...

Road Trippin’: Stumbling Into The Home Of An Iconic Automotive Brand While Cruising Vermont

(Words and photos by Greg Rourke)- While heading out to the right coast for a vacation we decided to get off the Interstate and head through Vermont and New Hampshire on some two lane roads through...

Roadtrippin’ Part 2: Visiting Pioneer Village in Minden Nebraska Means Cool Mechanical History

(Words and Photos by Scott Liggett) If you have ever driven across Nebraska anytime in the last 65 years you probably seen the billboards advertising Pioneer Village. They are literally everywhere....

Roadtrippin’ Part 1: Visiting Pioneer Village in Minden Nebraska Is Mechanical Nirvana

(Words and Photos by Scott Liggett) If you have ever driven across Nebraska anytime in the last 65 years you probably seen the billboards advertising Pioneer Village. They are literally everywhere....