Today’s CCF pick is a clone of one of the most legendary drag cars ever produced.
Classic cars customized with newer, larger engines, optimized for speed.
This stunning white Buick, and equally stunning Monica Kay, are sure to bring some fun to your Friday for this week’s Pinup Pole Show Pinup of the Week.
Meet our new Mitzi’s Motor Mavens the lovely, Lillie VonnTorque.
Admiring Richard Stanley’s 1938 Cadillac 60 Special is a great way to give thanks for cool cars, and Tonya Kay’s Pinup Pole show pinups make the whole thing better!
Candace Cane brings her warmth and vivacity to June Valentine’s lavender 1956 Nash Metropolitan in this week’s Pinup Pole Show of the Week.
Today’s CCF pick might be the baddest Plymouth Arrow we’ve ever seen!
This sweet 1954 Chevrolet Pickup is made even sweeter by the presence of Tonya Kay’s gorgeous group of pinups but it is definitely the star of the show. Enjoy!
SEMA 2021 offered up the Chip Foose Experience, featuring 20 vehicles and 60 sketches of the restomod master’s work.
When Steve Gibbs left the National Hot Rod Association in 2017, after being an integral part of the NHRA for 48 years, he had no idea of his next steps.
The 2021 SEMA Battle of the Builders was a very difficult one to judge but it was Robert Matranga and his 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air, ‘Brute Force,’ that took home the gold!