Our friends over at MetalWorks are putting together a full, how-to restoration series of a 1955 Chevy hardtop. Here is the first part of the video series.
Started about 1974 with about 45 cars in attendance, the Turkey Run has now grown to include over 5,000 cars of all types.
In this video, RacingJunk contributor Wayne Scraba walks you through setting and fine-tuning the floats on a common Holley carburetor.
Two General Motors employees are in hot water today after their own form of a test drive turned into a double arrest.
For this episode, we caught up with Dan Kahn, co-creator of a little documentary film called 8 Meters – Triumph, Tragedy and a Photo Finish, and prominent Los Angeles automotive collector and co-founder of the Petersen Automotive Museum Bruce Meyer.
Circumstance can amplify the chances of mistakes, even for the most experienced of individuals.
The new movie “Ford v Ferrari” has inspired the release of real information about the movie’s starring cars, the people involved and the stories surrounding them.
Our friends over at American Trucks have put together a video showing you four different types if Ford F-150 front end protection options.
Ken Block, star of the Gymkhana YouTube videos, went to Ford’s engineers for a custom part for his latest build and they sent him history’s largest 3D metal-printed part in use on a working vehicle ever.
MagnaFlow’s latest video spotlight, “The Sound of Passion,” features famed automobile designer and artist Chip Foose.