News & Articles About Hot Rods & Custom Cars

Find articles and information about Hot Rods & Custom Cars.

1991 CALLAWAY TWIN-TURBO

1991 CALLAWAY TWIN-TURBO

Reeves Callaway began his quest to build the ultimate performance car in a small garage at his home in Old Lyme, Connecticut. After building a turbo BMW 3 Series, he continued to develop other products. His big break came with building a twin-turbo GTV6 Alfa Romeo.

2005 GTX1

2005 GTX1

Through the SEMA Technology Initiative, Ford was able to collaborate with several of those companies to produce a low-volume niche vehicle. Ewing had the design, SEMA had the suppliers and soon, the GTX1 was born.

Volo Auto Museum

Volo Auto Museum

When you pull into the parking lot at the Volo Auto Museum things are a little deceiving. Sure it is a normal parking lot with a few buildings scattered around, but what you can't see is the sheer scale of the operation that surrounds you. This is one situation that you truly cannot judge a book by its cover.

One Of The Family

One Of The Family

The buying experience is what makes Volo Auto Museum truly special. But the story doesn't stop there. Volo Auto Museum also consigns cars for outside sellers, in some cases for free if the car is exceptional.

The Most Desirable Corvette Ever?

The Most Desirable Corvette Ever?

The 1967 Corvette is considered the most-loved Corvette ever produced. The combination of classic C2 styling, along with an incredible array of powertrain and comfort options, makes it one of the most desirable Corvettes ever. Not bad for a car that was never supposed to be made!

The Original Muscle Car

The Original Muscle Car

It's hard to imagine that the Pontiac GTO might never have made it into production. Had it not been for a small group of managers at Pontiac who were also car enthusiasts and visionaries, the GTO might not have been.

Green With Envy

Green With Envy

Powering the tricked out Mustang is FRPP's 9-psi, twin-screw 624 horsepower blower kit specially engineered for the 5.0L Coyote engine. The unit is a highly efficient 2.3-liter twin-screw Whipple assembly with intercooler that can be had in either wrinkled black or polished finish.

Shelby Mustang Buyer's Guide: 2006-2011

Shelby Mustang Buyer's Guide: 2006-2011

The success of the GT led to the decision to bring back the Shelby GT500. Ford didn't have the GT500 ready in 2006, but there was a very strong demand for a Shelby version of the already excellent Mustang GT. What better time to build a modern rendition?

1995 Roush Mustang

1995 Roush Mustang

In 1988, Roush approached Ford to market his 400 horsepower twin turbo Mustang through their dealerships. Inside, a ROUSH logo package decorated the front seats. The finishing touches were a ROUSH Dash medallion and ROUSH embroidered floor mats.

Old 5.0 vs. New 5.0

Old 5.0 vs. New 5.0

Through much of the 80s and 90s, an era that some traditionalists still consider a somewhat lackluster era for exciting automobiles, the mighty Ford Mustang 5.0 stood out from the crowd. The 5.0 Mustang was a car that could easily run deep into the 11 second range through the quarter-mile.

Related Hot Rods and Custom Cars

Advertisement
Advertisement
×
Advertisement
We use cookies and browser activity to improve your experience, personalize content and ads, and analyze how our sites are used. For more information on how we collect and use this information, please review our Privacy Policy. California consumers may exercise their CCPA rights here.