1936 Pontiac "Pindian"

1936 Pontiac “Pindian”

Alexis Austin

This beautiful 1936 Pontiac, named the “Pindian” and built by Legens Hot Rods, has already collected awards and acclaim this year. It finished in the Great 8 finalists for the Ridler Award at the 2018 Detroit Autorama, and more recently made the Top Five for Goodguys Street Rod of the Year! It also won the Goodguys ‘America’s Most Beautiful Street …

1942 Chevrolet Truck "Matthews" by Big Oak Garage

1942 Chevrolet Truck “Matthews” by Big Oak Garage

Alexis Austin

This fantastic 1942 Chevrolet Pickup made its debut at the 2018 Street Rod Nationals! Big Oak Garage rebuilt this iconic pickup into a cool street truck with a long list of modifications. Big Oak Garage made modifications from the front to the rear, but this pickup still looks classic. Painted blue and trimmed out in black, the Chevy body includes …

1957 Chevrolet Corvette by Kindig-It Designs

1957 Chevrolet Corvette by Kindig-It Designs

Alexis Austin

The 1957 Chevrolet Corvette “Family Affair” is a stunning restomod by Kindig-It Designs and Dave Kindig. Customizing a 50’s Corvette is seen as a bold move by some enthusiasts, but Kindig pulled off a gorgeous build that is sweeping through major shows with stellar results. This particular model had been in Kindig’s family for years, undergoing a full restoration in …

1970 Chevrolet Camaro Track 1 Ridetech

1970 Chevrolet Camaro Track 1 Ridetech

Alexis Austin

This 1970 Chevrolet Camaro built by Ridetech has all kinds of modifications to make it competitive on the track! Both this Camaro and its sibling built at the 48-Hour Build challenge are street-legal but ready to race. This particular build is a nonstop thrill ride, while the 48-Hour Camaro is geared more toward Grand Touring. The advanced suspension on the …

1966 Ford Mustang Test Car by Detroit Speed

1966 Ford Mustang Test Car by Detroit Speed

Alexis Austin

This 1966 Ford Mustang got a second chance when Detroit Speed made it the official test car for DSE’s line of 1964.5-1970 Mustang products. This solid vintage model became the testing grounds for DSE to design, test fit, install, and evaluate new products on this style before they’re sold to the public. It went into their garage as a solid …

1970 Chevrolet Camaro 48-Hour Build

1970 Chevrolet Camaro 48-Hour Build

Alexis Austin

For Ridetech’s fourth year at the 48-Hour Build challenge, they built a 1970 Chevrolet Camaro into a cone-killing machine. The Ridetech team built this incredible hotrod at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Arizona over the course of six eight-hour days. Having turned it into a Pro-Touring style muscle car, this Camaro is now happily on its two-year road tour of the …

1987 Chevrolet Camaro "DSE-Z" by Detroit Speed

1987 Chevrolet Camaro “DSE-Z” by Detroit Speed

Alexis Austin

This third-generation Camaro project car embodies a new wave of American muscle. Built by Detroit Speed, the 1987 Chevrolet Camaro DSE-Z received the full DSE makeover to its body, interior, suspension, engine, and drivetrain. The body lines remain factory, but the Detroit Speed team modified its looks with a Stinger Fiberglass front bumper, Trackspec Motorsports hood louvers, and CRC Powercoating …

2012 Chevrolet Camaro SS "White Monster" by Detroit Speed

2012 Chevrolet Camaro SS “White Monster” by Detroit Speed

Alexis Austin

When Kyle Tucker and Detroit Speed set out to build “White Monster,” the intention was the build a no-nonsense, barely street-legal, race-ready hot rod. This 2012 Chevrolet Camaro started as a bone-stock car. Over the course of eight weeks, the Detroit Speed team built it into a pure racing machine and a test bed for their fifth gen Camaro suspension …

1969 Chevrolet Camaro 'TUX' by Detroit Speed

1969 Chevrolet Camaro ‘TUX’ by Detroit Speed

Alexis Austin

The 1969 Chevrolet Camaro named “TUX” was built by Detroit Speed for Stuart Adams. This beautiful model recently won the Goodguys Street Machine of the Year award at the 2018 Goodguys PPG Nationals! It took a total of 13 years to build from its base-optioned, automatic V8 Camaro coupe into the gorgeous one-of-a-kind machine it is now. “TUX” is extremely …

1965 Ford Mustang by Ringbrothers

1965 Ford Mustang “Espionage” by Ringbrothers

Holly Battle

This 1965 Ford Mustang named “Espionage” is certainly Bond-worthy. It was built by none other than the talented team at Ringbrothers. This widebody Fastback is completely carbon-fiber. It’s not just a copy of a Fastback either, they actually took the shape of it and widened it by two inches on each side along with many other other tweaks to make …

1965 Mustang Blizzard by Ringbrothers

1965 Ford Mustang “Blizzard” by Ringbrothers

Craig Meyer

This is the kind of blizzard that you’d be happy to see coming towards you. It’s not just any winter storm though, it’s a 1965 Ford Mustang built by the talented Ringbrothers. They named it “Blizzard” for its radiant coat of BASF Glasurit Waterborne “Blizzard White” paint. It made its big debut at the 2013 SEMA Show where the team …

1965 Ford Mustang

1965 Ford Mustang by Roadster Shop

Holly Battle

This 1965 Ford Mustang was a father and son project combined with help from the team at Roadster Shop. Joel and his father brought this beautiful mustang to life all whilst living over 1,000 miles apart from each other. You see, Joel lived in California while his retired father lived up in Oregon. But the distance didn’t stop their love …

1970 Chewvrolet Chevelle by Goolsby Customs

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle by Goolsby Customs

Holly Battle

This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle you see here was built by the team at Goolsby Customs for owner Ryan Kochen. He found the Chevelle in pretty rough shape close to his home town but saw the potential in it. Ryan and the Chevelle eventually made their way to the Goolsby Customs shop in Alabama. After about a year of working on …

1965 Ford Mustang "Producer" by Ringbrothers

1965 Ford Mustang “Producer” By Ringbrothers

Holly Battle

Check out this 1965 Ford Mustang. It’s called “Producer” and was built by Ringbrothers for owner Gary Bowers. The Mustang got its name from Bowers’ Waynesburg, Pennsylvania based Producer Supply company. Mr. Bowers first saw the car at a Barrett-Jackson Auction and from there it eventually made its way to the legendary Ringbrothers shop. One of the most significant changes …