You won’t find any crazy motor swap in this car. George elected to keep it simple and proceeded to create one of my favorite NSXs to date.
The dudes over at Pure Metal Works developed this nasty ’55 Chevy crew cab diesel truck, which is based around a Duramax/Allison drivetrain combo—a truck that never existed in the wild.
Darce Laws has a love for the Oldsmobile 442 that could be considered enthusiastic, and this 2,000 horsepower longtail beast helps him to satisfy his hunger.
Sometimes you have to take a chance. The transformation story of this vintage VW Bus into a hot-rodded street machine is filled with seizing opportunities.
The build process for this stunning ’48 Chevy 3100 features a tale of determination and grit, and lives on as one woman’s legacy of a commitment to living life to the fullest.
I struggle to find anything that could prevent this 1977 Volkswagen Scirocco from being the nicest example ever built. It’s an absolute magnet.
The fat fender Ford F-100 pickup truck is a ripe candidate for the resto-mod treatment, and once you see what’s hiding under the hood of this particular example you’ll appreciate the blend of old and new technology.
When a high school dream car becomes a reality, you build it into your ultimate version in every way. Such is the case with Mike Truong and his Porsche 911.
Some of the best friendships we’ll ever make are the direct result of experiences built over the fender of a race car. For Terry Eshman, those are just as important as running mid-8s in a car with all of the creature comforts.
What does it take to capture the amazing details of a Formula 1 weekend through a camera lens? Alex Wong of Emotive Image shares his insight!