The “World’s Fastest Tow Truck” was recently restored in a joint effort by Twin Cities Wrecker Sales of St. Paul, Minn. and Miller Industries.
RacingJunk was invited to meet Kurt Anderson, a 60-year-old Orono, Minn. speed merchant who’s aiming to set the World Speed Record on ice with his “Artic Arrow” rocket racer at this year’s Snodeo.
Art Sparks was no stranger to automotive excitement and so was attracted into the sport of auto racing. After a crash in 1927, he decided to turn in his helmet and goggles and start building racing cars.
After the Maytag Model 92 Multi-Motor became a popular in washers, some dealers and Maytag employees used it in small cars they made for their children and for parade use.
The 25th annual Millers of Milwaukee Vintage Indy Car event was held in Wisconsin on July 12-13.
Today’s hot rod owners take pride in driving a dependable vehicle that can make it back from a lengthy run without breaking down. To do this, a hot rod must be well maintained.
Will Cronkrite worked in NASCAR from 1970-1993 as a crew member, chief or car owner for many of the biggest names in racing.
As the 1960s dawned, the market for trucks in the U.S. was very different from today.
The Chevrolet K5 four-wheel-drive Blazer originated as a design sharing its basic configuration with Chevrolet’s K10 one-half-ton pickup.
The old “Birthplace of Four Wheel Drive Museum” in Clintonville, Wis. is getting a shot of energy from a former city resident. History buff Mark Thomas is making what used to be a tiny collection of historic vehicles and artifacts into a gigantic museum.