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Rick Bouchard built this hot rod for his five year old grandson in return for being his wrench fetcher. Unfortunately for the kiddo, the torque converter got stuck again and he had to feel the sorrow of pushing your own hot rod into the shop! Something we all know too well. 
Words: Tommy Parry
My name is Dylan and this is my 1975 Chevrolet fleetside c10 pickup truck. I was about 16 when I started and 18 when I finished. Much, much more has been added since this picture was taken and hope to do more!   
This was a special year for me at the Goodguys PPG Nationals. I have been attending every Goodguys event since I was four years old. But this one was the best by far! My father (Jeff Berry) bought my first car a 1962 Nova from Dave Lane over the winter for my 16th birthday.
Words & Photos: Emmanuel Zaparenkos I remember going to the Toronto Custom Car Show with my father when I was a kid, back then it was in the Automotive Building at Exhibition Place. My dad would always buy me a framed mirror that featured a mural of my favorite car.
(Posted January 16, 2013) Hello my name is Hurley Cumbee and I live in a little community of Dublin Kentucky. I'm 20 years old and have grown up in a vintage salvage yard my entire life. I love old customs, sleds, or anything cool.
My car club, the Hot Heads, is based out of Eau Claire, WI and consists of a tightly knit group of nine like-minded members.  The club had been searching for a club house and shop in which to build our projects, and stumbled across a century year old building that suited us perfectly.  Many killer cars came and went out of the shop whether for a
For Chris Gomez, racing is a way of life. Not just for him, but for his whole family. He grew up watching his dad race his Chevy Nova, and knew from an early age that he wanted to do the same. 10 years ago, he started racing whatever he could get his hands on, competing in Lovington, New Mexico in the southeastern corner of the state.
  TEAM MOTIVE GEAR WINS 4TH ANNUAL"SHOWDOWN AT SEMA  

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