Club, Community, Caring: Old Tin Rods knows what’s up  

Ronnie Perrin is owner and fabricator at Old Tin Rods in Elwood, Indiana. He used to work in information technology. Then he became part of the Road Kings Car Club and it was off to the races.

Chevy C10 suspension salvation – Two brothers show us how

Chevy pickups from the 1960s, ‘70s and ’80s are becoming more popular than ever as enthusiasts are picking up these timeless trucks and turning them into high-performance street and track machines.

Bugatti Type 35B: The 1920s Hypercar

The Bugatti Type 35 “B” was the most refined iteration of Ettore Bugatti’s legendary Type 35 series.

Race Ramps FlatStoppers Now Available for Supercars

Race Ramps has introduced its new Supercar FlatStoppers.

Jay Leno’s Garage launches car-care brand

Car guy and famed comedian Jay Leno is expanding his brand into the world of automotive car care with the launch of his vehicle care line.

ShopLife: Level 7 Motorsports

In 2001 Vaughn opened his own shop, Level 7 Motorsports, and by 2012 had hired a full-time staff to support the work load.

Tuff Stuff introduces 130-amp Chrysler alternators

Tuff Stuff Performance Accessories has announced the availability of High-Output 130 amp Chrysler alternators.

Aldan American announces Ford coilover conversion kit

Aldan American has developed a set of front coilovers to adjust the front ride height and to fine tune the suspension.

Grip, not slip, for classic Chevrolets

Centerforce manufactures performance clutches for classic and late model cars and trucks, and now offers owners of 1963-1995 GM cars and trucks a replacement clutch kit.

No keys? Ididit offers push-to-start for classics

Ididit has created a new ignition system that works with its tilt steering columns to give drivers options ranging from a traditional turn-key start or a modern, keyless, push-to-start system.