For Part 6 of MetalWorks Classic’s ’55 Chevy build Metalworks starts on the fabrication.
Welcome to part 4 of Metalworks Classics’ ProTouring ’55 Chevy build! In the previous video, Metalworks did a complete teardown of the ’55 and prepped for acid dripping!
Our friends at Extreme Terrain gave a 2019 Jeep Wrangler JL Sport a complete makeover.
Our resident hot rod builder Wayne Scraba’s Sleeper Nova is looking a little more hot rod and little less ‘little old lady’.
Bob Bertelsen built this 1968 Corvette in months in his garage in under a year.
Everybody knows that the COPO ordering method was a great way to get around the RPO and order a car that was ready to go racing with from the factory.
“Slow” started this ambitious project fifteen years ago, when he was just a teenager salivating over his neighbor’s ‘67 Camaro sitting pretty in the driveway.
When Charley Carnes bought this 2 door sedan in 1991, it was a sad scrappy heap of an animal. But with a little time and TLC, it’s got a new lease on life.
Take a turn off of Highway 290 just southwest of Austin, Texas and drive out into the boonies until you’re sure you’re lost. Not far up a teeth-rattling dirt road that’s sure to test your suspension, popping out of the side of a cedar covered hilltop you might spot one of the most dedicated restoration shops in central Texas.
In my younger days, I thought bigger was better. I wanted to make my small block Chevy 400 scream, so I threw on some giant aluminum heads, a fat cam, and 750cfm Edelbrock carb.