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There is no mistaking the real patina on Laid-Back USA's 1947 GMC Cab Over hauler.

Hanson’s first car was a 1950 Mercury purchased in 1959. "I started looking for another one in the...

If ever there was a time-capsule race car, this is it.

The owner first took possession of the car in 1959 while in high school.

SEMA is all about innovation and engineering wizardry, but we shouldn't forget the beauty of a...

Bolting on a new set of aftermarket wheels is the fastest way to dramatically change the appearance...

The Lightning took a shortbox, step-side F-150 and dropped a 5.4-liter supercharged V8 engine under...

The owners are giving 100 percent of the proceeds to WoundedWarriorProject.org.

Don’t be fooled by lower price of Mustang coupes. They deserve full respect in the lineup.

Orphans are affordable collectible automobiles, but ownership comes with its challenges.

Front-wheel drive, the differential, pneumatic tires, hydraulic brakes, and the self-lubricating...

A few enterprising gearheads saw the potential waiting to be unlocked under the hood of a...

Unlike most car shows, this one has an ulterior motive: saving lives.

Carroll Shelby turned the laughable hatchback into a true performer.

Cadillac had too much invested in the V16 to step back simply because the world's economy had...

These five iconic cars from the U.S.A. changed how the entire world thought about the automobile.

When people think classic Chevy, the ’57 is it.

Sing-along: She always turns in the fastest times, my four speed dual quad posi-traction 409.

It may not be Pasadena, but Joyce Johnson and her little red ’29 Ford Roadster bring the popular...

If cars could talk, Hutchinson’s Pope-Hartford could certainly spin some tales.

On the surface, Old Yeller II looks a bit crude, but the fundamentals of this vehicle are brilliant.