Harry Donovan set out in 2009 to restore his late wife Marie’s 1967 Mustang coupe, but lost it to theft and didn’t see it again for 13 years, as a rolling shell. Over the next two years, his Indiana community helped restore the car to perfection.
John Haynes, the man who founded Haynes Publishing Group and aided millions of auto owners and enthusiasts repair their vehicles, passed away last Friday, Feb. 8 at 80 years of age.
At every year’s SEMA show, Goodguys selects five varied vehicles, representing the very best of auto customization, to receive GOLD Awards.
Rather than grow frustrated with the dusty ‘78 Camaro Type LT and the state it was in, Scott decided to modify it to his liking and turn it into a bonafide Pro Tourer.
Racing Junk was recently able to sit down and talk with Jeff about where he’s been and where he’s going. Since he was unveiling Ronin, his Coyote-equipped 1963 Ford Falcon, we were also able to get the specifics and some background on it.
While this beautiful 1964 Plymouth Barracuda Fastback does have some upgrades, there is a much bigger story here.
Josh grabbed the Ford for peanuts, fixed up the faulty clutch and decided that he’d turn it into a Pro Touring Mustang.
Roger loves AMC vehicles, and this most recently completed ’69 AMX is the best yet!
For Jason and Jim Smith of the Hot Rod Garage in Sand Springs, OK, the build of the award-winning 1957 Chevrolet 3100 Truck QuikSilver is like the tale of the prodigal son.
The 1970-1973 Camaro doesn’t get nearly as much love as it ought to. The wise minds at Roadster Shop were aware of this potential when they began building what is arguably the most incredible second-gen ever to grace this planet.