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The Hottest of the Hot Rods: The Iconic ’32 Ford

Deuce Highboy 1932 Ford Roadster Possesses Ohio-Look | Image from Motortrend It rolled out to amazing fanfare 90 years ago, and today the 1932 Ford is still popular with hot-rod/street-rod enthusiasts, historians and collectors. More than that, the ’32 Fords stayed (and stay) in our consciousness and the limelight. The ’32 turned out to be the ultimate platform for some iconic cars. The 1932 Ford replaced the Model A and…

The Incredible Viper: Now You See It. Now You Don’t.

Image Courtesy of MotorTrend From 1992 to 2017, with some stops in between, the Dodge Viper was truly one of the most stylish, powerful and lusted-after performance cars any wannabe or genuine sports car driver could want. It came out in the early 1990s when Dodge was churning out some of the ugliest cars under Lee Iacocca, who was hesitant to invest in the idea at first.  Here’s a look…

Car Craft Challenger Build Episode 3: Rear Suspension and Final Touches

Car Craft celebrated the new year with the third and final segment for the 1972 Dodge Challenger build series. In episode 3, the team consists of Car builder Kevin Tetz, Hot Rod magazine editor John McGann, and Pure Vision owner Steven Strope. The group focuses on the rear suspension and final touches.  The original rear axle is dropped out of the car, and the leaf spring is removed. McGann builds…

Car Craft Challenger Build Episode 2: Transmission and Fuel System Build | MotorTrend

Episode 2 is here! Of the Aldan American equipped ’72 Dodge Challenger is live. In episode 2, the team focuses on the 1972 Challenger’s Transmission and fuel system.  After our 1972 Dodge Challenger got an engine swap in Episode 1, the team continues the build with the transmission and fuel system install. Car Craft Show presented by ARP Bolts. Car builder Kevin Tetz and Hot Rod magazine editor John McGann…

Car Craft Episode 1 – 1972 Challenger E Body

Car Craft is back! The magazine that inspired motorheads started with the inaugural issue in 1953 and gave in-depth tech on American muscle cars. It was revived as a video series three years after the final issue was printed. Car Craft is still committed to building real-world vehicles emphasizing functionality and budget. In the first segment of the new web series, car builder Kevin Tetz and Hot Rod Magazine editor…