From the fertile mind of Mickey Thompson in the early ’60s came this fascinating creation, a Pontiac V8 with twin GMC blowers and a pair of seriously crazy cylinder heads. Let’s dig in for a closer look. Continue reading
Here’s a priceless moment in hot rodding history: national newsreel coverage of the third annual National Speed Trials on the Bonneville Salt Flats.
The Petersen Automotive Museum has debuted a year-long exhibition celebrating lowrider culture called The High Art of Riding Low: Raflas, Corazon e Inspiracion. Get all the latest auto industry news in the Executive Briefing. Continue reading
It’s just like they say: There’s little new under the sun. This Allard with a retractable metal top was developed in Britain back in 1948. Here’s the story behind it and a brief film featuring the top in action. Continue reading
Hammering down at $712,211, this 1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Open Tourer was among the top five sellers at the Bonhams Goodwood Festival of Speed auction. Get all the latest auto industry news in the Executive Briefing. Continue reading
Why a Y-Block? Here on film are Ford spokesman Bob Maxwell and a crack team of Ford engineers to explain the new 1954 Ford overhead-valve V8. Continue reading