From extremely humble beginnings in 1989, the manufacturing team at Cometic Gasket seen exponential expansion over the last 27 years. We were recently invited to check out their facility from the inside – so here it is!
If you already stumbled onto the barn find, had it restored, and won the Concours show, how do you enjoy your classic automobile’s reinvigorated performance? Vintage Racer Group has the answer with multi-class wheel-to-wheel racing specifically for vintage cars, and we had the opportunity to witness one of their events first-hand. Check it out!
The Elite Tuner team hooked up with the guys at R/T Tuning to put on an Import Vs. Domestic car show at the amazing Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in Philadelphia. The turnout was massive, the cars were sick, the temperature was hot. Good times were had by all!
The world’s elite automotive restorations can become rather time consuming and expensive. So what is an owner to do once the restoration is completed? Exhibit it at a car show where the best of the best are judged for their attention to detail, rarity, and overall impact on the automotive culture – a Concours d’Elegance.
Dirt track racing takes place every weekend in the small towns of America, attracting stiff competition, dedicated racers and plenty of flying clay chunks. We recently had the chance to check it out up close and personal at New Egypt Speedway in New Jersey, which was an intense and exhilarating experience. Here’s our take on the fender-banging ear assault that is dirt-track racing!
Carbon fiber can be ten times stronger than steel, and as soft as your favorite shirt – it just depends on what its intended use will be. In this in-depth interview with the carbon fiber wizards at Ultra-Carbon and APR Performance, we dig into the fabric of what makes carbon fiber so special when used in automotive performance applications.
All-motor racing rewards those who are innovative. Bischoff Engine Service engine builder Nick Bacalis has taken his experience and partnered with his employer – the legendary Tony Bischoff – to create a one-of-a-kind naturally-aspirated big-block engine that’s destined for use in the Street Outlaw class in NMRA and NMCA competition.
Automotive restoration involves breathing life into forgotten treasures in order to preserve the history for future generations, and Redline Restorations has mastered the art. We had the opportunity to tour their facility and learn a little bit ourselves – take a look inside!
The Philadelphia suburb of West Chester is home to a weekly Cars & Coffee event which takes place on Saturday mornings – year-round if the weather is clear – and attracts the types of vehicles seen rarely in these parts. Check out the sights from this event right here!
The 76th Annual Nisei Week Japanese Festival served once again as the backdrop to the Stancenation x Showoff Nisei Edition Car Show, located in the heart of Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. Check out our coverage!