This week’s Pinup Pole Show Pinup of the Week is none other than Pinup Pole Show star herself, Monica Kay, posing with Brian Wendel’s 1940 Plymouth Coupe of Odd Squad Car Club, photographed by Shane Karns.
For greybeard hot rodders and racers, it seems it wasn’t that long ago that hopped up point trigger ignition systems were the standard for performance. And with the right mix of parts, a vintage point equipped distributor can be rebuilt and reworked to act as a trigger device for a modern high ignition system such as an MSD 7AL2.
Congratulations to the second-place winner of Miss Hometown Heroes, A Miss Called Vicky!
The Beech Bend Nostalgia Nationals contained thrilling action and cars gorgeous enough to impress even the most seasoned motorhead.
This week’s Pinup Pole Show Pinup of the Week is October-born Libra and Pinup Pole Show star Candace Cane, photographed by Shane Karns. This week, let’s hear from the photographer himself!
Joe Lajoie journeyed to Connecticut to grab some magnificent photo coverage of the 30th Annual Nutmeg Chapter Antique Truck Show.
This weekend, Patriots & Paws Car Show at Canyon RV Park hosted their first Pinup Pageant. Congratulations go out to Miss Hometown Heroes 2018 Queen, Miss Noir Hart.
This mini-tubbed Nova is an awesome radical street car!
The Fourth Annual Telluride Festival of Cars and Colors featured vintage and exotic vehicles of the concours level set against a spectacular and colorful mountain landscape!
This rust-free Caprice is one nice muscle car!