Here's where we discuss popular car topics, give answers to some of the most asked questions, and weigh the pros and cons of various
car scenarios based on our decades of experience.
Buying a classic car is an exciting endeavor! There are many places you can purchase an old school American hot rod including classic car dealerships, online sales sites, and even auctions. There are lots of things to look out for when shopping for a classic car in general which you can find in our Guide to Buying a Classic Car. We’re going to expand on that guide and tell you what you need to know before buying a classic car at an auction.
There are 4 cold air intakes that we recommend to our customers. All of which have different pros and cons when it comes to performance, budget, and installation. So let's get into it.
Classic car restorations are more popular now than ever before. Some decide to restore their classic car themselves while others choose a reputable classic car restoration shop near them. Either way, the classic car market is rising. So we're going to tell you the top five things you must know before you begin your classic car restoration
There's a new record holder on the block. After 4 months of late nights and long weekends, the 2020 S550 driven by Boyd Bumbera and built by Bumbera's Performance in Sealy, TX now holds the record for the World's Fastest Naturally Aspirated Gen 3 Coyote S550 Mustang. The record was previously held by Steeda, a leading manufacturer of Mustang parts.
The Mustang was Ford's answer to the Chevrolet Corvette and its release was very highly anticipated by the public at that time. In fact, people were so excited to see the reveal that it was named the Indianapolis pace car of 1964. Ford rushed to get a prototype out to the general public in time for the race. To produce the car quickly Ford had to borrow parts some of the other vehicles in their lineup, particularly the Ford Falcon.This rushed prototype became the 1964 1/2 Mustang.