This naturally aspirated pulling truck features a 648 Ford, C-heads, TFS injection and the best of everything inside!
Builds and customs, first rides, OEM customs and concepts including Chevrolet, Ford, GM, Chrysler, Dodge, hot rods, and classics.
Since it originally had a body formed out of copper, Hilbert Ermer, Sr.’s midget racing car was nicknamed the “Copper Kettle.”
This hefty Dodge is ready to haul however much you need for a heck of a distance!
This professionally built ’78 Camaro is NHRA 6.00 certified!
When you’ve got a pristine ‘67 Camaro on your hands and you want to put it under the knife, you’ve got to have a serious amount of self-confidence in your abilities.
Ohio weather is cruel – so cruel that it took the trunk floor, rear frame rails, rear convertible pieces, outer wheel houses, inner wheel houses, inner rocker panels, front torque boxes and frame extensions of this ‘65 Mustang.
This Firebird is excellent on the street or the strip!
Chevrolet’s Bel Air first saw the light of day in 1950. Little did Chevrolet know at the time, but the Bel Air would venture on and become one of the most collectible American made cars in history.
Sebastian has always had a hankering for mixing the old with the new. His ownership history reads like any respectable rock crawler’s: one CJ3B, two CJ7s, one TJ, two Suzuki Samurais and one FJ40, but despite that resume he had never tried his hand at a classic Willys.
This pristine Mercury is a blast to drive and a real beauty to boot!