Tall grass attempts to drown Lee and Amanda Sloppy’s Corvette, but the unique profile of the Sting Ray sports car floats above the grass tips. The Sloppys have not forgotten their numbers-matching 327-cid, 300-hp 1967 Corvette roadster as it slips into a sea of green.
Richard Gies purchased this 1966 Charger and a boat load of parts from his nephew and set out to make it better than new. With some help, he turned it into a show-stopper.
In 1953, reader Gary Buehler turned a 1939 Willys four-door into a stock car while at his aunt and uncle’s farm in Cameron, N.Y.
Story and photo by Aaron Toth Though the movie of the same name would not arrive in theaters for a few more years, an “odd couple” sits in my garage. The 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza and the 1965 Ford Mustang were sporty compact competitors from the two biggest automobile manufacturers of...
Custom Chevy remains a great tribute to the great garage ingenuity of hot rodders during the 1950s. It was a true garage build, and now a great garage find.
A man who chose Classics for his daily drivers
What has become of this abandoned Buick convertible?
With help from others, David Chambers went through great pains, literally, to land his prize
What do you get when you mix two ambitious 18-year-olds with one Porsche and a bunch of parts?