I wanted to build a 1934-36 Chevrolet “high-top” open wheel truck. I found that they were quite rare and usually too far away. High shipping costs and also wanted to see what I was buying were my concerns.
Anyone can build the car of their dreams. All you have to do is believe in yourself and trust in God.
I am a retired racer in several formats, mostly Porsche club, some IMSA, and HSR
I believe Corvettes are America’s favorite sports car. I like to drive fast and enjoy keeping my Corvette extremely clean.
If I take a road trip with the local Corvette Club I’ll wash / clean her up the first day I am back in town.
I wanted a project that would turn heads, so figured a 1957 Chevy would do just that over here in the UK
A sick friend of mine started about 20% of it and couldn’t finish so I talked him into selling it to me so I could let him see it completed.
It used to be a local grocery store delivery truck.
The Guy Barnette Co. was one of Memphis’ “small 4 (Weller Bros., Barnette/Barnett, Comet/Pinner, and Memphis/Economy Coach)” professional car producers that flourished there in the 1940s-1960s.
We often hear of weddings taking place between a man and a woman, but, what do you get when you marry two cabs and a chassis that were never meant to go together? Read on to find out what Eddie did and how he did it. The end […]
I’m sure that you all have heard of Tasmania, right? I mean, it even has an animal named after it. I think I found that animal.
Read on, this very well may be the Tasmanian Devil, so, scroll down and read the article and see the pictures, if you dare!