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ebay Find: Super Rare ’66 Crew Cab Chevy Pickup

While patrolling eBay for truck parts that we can use on our project truck Goliath, we happened upon a very neat and ultra rare Chevy truck that we wish we could afford. It’s a 1966 crew cab...

Roadside Find: Killer 1972 Chevy Ramp Truck

Strange to say, but these days, towing a race car has become sort of a luxury experience. There’s massive pusher motorhomes, stacker trailers, and all different kinds of trick appointments one...

The Original Dodge Deora Is Headed for the Auction Block

The Dodge Deora is simply one of the coolest vehicles ever built, as it’s both an Alexander Bros. custom and one of the original sixteen Hot Wheels. Now it could be yours as RM Auctions is...

It Came From the Fab Shop: Build Your Own Roll Back Tow Truck

(By Loren Krussow)Fortune, we hope, will smile upon us on days we venture from our garages and neighborhoods to take out our hot rods.The wheels will steadily spin, the fluid in the cooling system...

CraigsList Pick of the Week: Cool 1971 Chevelle Wagon

This week we head up north, way the hell up north, to the permafrost of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We scouted out a beautiful, big-block powered, 1971 Chevelle wagon that is the perfect mix...

Friday Excuse to Go Home Early and Drink: They’re Finally Building Freaking Camaros!

Normally in the Friday Excuse column we’re sending you home from the office to drain mugs of brew due to some bad news, but stop the presses, we’re doing shots in celebration! New Chevy...

Motorized Freak of the Week: The World’s Fastest Tracked Vehicle

Last week’s Freak, the ol’ Lombard Steam Log Hauler, was a tracked vehicle built in Maine. The insane death machine known as the Howe and Howe Ripsaw is also a tracked vehicle built in...

The Red Ball Express: How To Get a Junker Cross-Country For Free In 8 Easy Steps

By now most of you regulars know the wacky story of Freiburger trying to give away his dirt-track racer Javelin and how, on a dime, I became the recipient of this fine piece of machinery. The caveat...