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Category Archive: MOPAR

The Classiest Viper: How A 1948 Chrysler Town And Country Can Be BangShift-Worthy

One of a precious few pre-1950 vehicles that always seems to grab my attention by the short bits every time I see one, the Chrysler Town and Country woody convertible is a genuinely stunning vehicle,...

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Friday Excuse To Go Home Early And Drink: Rest In Peace, Ford Focus RS

(Image: Ford Motor Company) All good things eventually have to come to an end, and sadly, the pocket rocket that is the Ford Focus RS is not long for this world. April 6th, 2018 will be the last...

The Final Sinkhole Car Saved: The 1962 Corvette Debuts, Freshly Restored, At The National Corvette Museum

In the early morning hours of February 12, 2014, the floor inside of the Skydome area of the National Corvette museum opened up wide and deep, swallowing up eight cars into a dusty pile of rubble and...

Unhinged: A Moment Of Silence For A Forlorn Monster Truck

Have you ever seen those pictures of abandoned amusement parks, water parks, circus areas, and the like? You know the ones…what used to be the place to go and have fun is now one of the most...

America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Contender: The Eddie Dye Roadster

The Eddie Dye Roadster is a 1929 Ford that is as old school cool as can be. This car exudes cool and fast and it is one that really appeals to the traditional hot rod crowd. Especially when you see...

America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Contender: 1927 Ford Custom Concept

Daniel Hostetter’s 1927 Ford Custom Concept car is my favorite AMBR contender. There, I said it. It looks like no other car in the class, and with good reason. It is based on an old magazine...

America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Contender: Shangri-La 1936 Cadillac

Rick Dore is pretty well known for sexy, swoopy. sensual cars and this year his blue 1936 Cadillac called Shangri-La is all of that and more. The color on this car has been talked about non-stop at...

America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Contender: Pete Aardema’s 1934 Ford

Pete Aardema’s 1934 Ford is a really nice car. But that’s not what you’ll notice when you first walk up to the display for this thing. What you’ll notice is the fact that...

America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Contender: .36 Special 1936 Ford Roadster

Chris and Robyn Parmalee are the owners of the .36 Special roadster, and Chris is the one who built and painted it. This year’s field of America’s Most Beautiful Roadster contenders...

America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Contender: The Stinger 1932 Ford

Sean Black’s Stinger 1932 Ford is a pretty bitchin ride. There are plenty of reasons to like it and plenty of ways that it checks all the boxes on how to do a great roadster. It’s also...

America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Contender: Double Take 1930 Ford Model A Highboy

Bill Nash’s Precision Street Rods and Machines built “Double Take” 1930 Ford Model A Highboy Roadster is a pretty cool ride. We are very sure we could enjoy some Southern California...

America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Contender: Il Dolce Deuce 1932 Ford

John Leonti’s Il Dulce 1932 Ford Roadster is a labor of love that took John 4 years to build at home in his own garage. He’s not the only one to build an America’s Most Beautiful...

The Path Less Traveled: Check Out This Dodge Omni GLH That Has Been Done To The Nines!

The wrong car to build…I’ve heard that once, I’ve heard that a thousand times. Funny, though…every time I see someone who has built the “wrong” car, the finished...

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Is This Thing A Hot Rod? The Seller Of This Isuzu Rodeo Certainly Thinks So, But Why?

The term “Hot Rod” has been used for over half a century now to describe basically any vehicle that has been modified in a manner that boosts its performance. Typically, the term is...