Mike & Maureen Matune take us on a tour of a shop that does it all. This Rat-Rod checked all the boxes with Ford “Y-Block” power with three deuces, “Z’d” frame and a well thought out combination of seemingly unrelated parts with the right fit & finishes. Rod has a removable roof panel and side windows held in by Dzus fasteners. Amelia Island friends Barb & Allison Griffiths invited us to attend the Spring Open House at their shop, Treasured Motorcar Services LTD (TMS) in Reis...Read More
HOW TO CHOOSE A PROFESSIONAL RESTORER: NATURAL SELECTION!
Jim Resnick blogs about what you have to know when choosing a restorer for your classic, vintage sports car or muscle car. It is difficult enough boiling down your classic car obsession to a manageable, affordable group of cars. But it is just as time-intensive when you need to find the most capable and conscientious professional shop to take on your restoration work. To that end, Jim Resnick attended the Russo and Steele Auctions hosted The Art of Vintage Restoration seminar during Arizona...Read More
’61 PLYMOUTH FURY: MAYFLOWER MAKEOVER!
Consummate hot rodder Dave Wallace, Jr. blogs about an 80,000-mile Survivor brought back to life by a do-it-yourselfer who has been watching it since 1981! Dave Wallace usually writes about ferocious fuelers and kick-ass hot rods, but when he met up with hands-on car guy Scott Edwards and his ’61 Fury, he was impressed. They bonded almost immediately as Dave’s driver is a 70,000-mile ’61 Belvedere and both Plymouths were in the same place at the same time! Unlike Scott’s 360 V8-powered Fury,...Read More