Here’s a philosophical dilemma for you: Does a giant airbrushed portrait of Oprah on the hood of a C5 increase or reduce its resale value? Trick question! Who could ever bear to part with it in the first place?Read More »
Lauren Hargrove Freelancer
Lauren is a freelance writer with experience working for several enthusiast publications. She has a strange fondness for black primer, and proudly refuses to paint her '65 Mustang Fastback or the '61 Lincoln Continental. Drag racing has always been a hobby of Lauren's - actually more like an addiction.
You never know just what you’re going to find while cruising your local Craigslist. We recently stumbled across this 1993 Fox Body notch that used to be a California Highway Patrol car. The kicker is that it’s now outfitted with an LS1 and a T56 – perfect for a little “exhibitionist” driving…Read More »
Bob and Nancy Smith’s 1955 Chevy Bel Air combines updated looks, modern convenience, and LS2 power – all while still maintaining the distinctive style that is a Tri-Five Chevy. Check out our full feature on this awesome shoe-box Chevy inside.Read More »
LS power makes everything better, right? When you combine a lightweight sand rail with insane suspension and a supercharged LS2 engine, the potential for wheelies is nearly unlimited. Of course checking out a video of what appears to be a shake down trip for the Wicked Sand Toys LS2 rail makes us miss the desert.Read More »
A 4th generation Camaro was found fully engulfed in flames near the Arkansas River in Tulsa, OK on May 13th. Unfortunately, firefighters arrived too late to save the poor Camaro from complete and utter destruction. What’s even more disturbing is that this could be part of a string of arsons in the area…Read More »
Ever worry about what happens when you leave your pride and joy with a valet or car park? This will not reassure you – watch as this C6 convertible gets abused on camera in a TV news sting… Yes, that’s a dog walking on it, in case you were wondering.Read More »
With the upcoming C7 Corvette lurking on the horizon, everyone is getting a little anxious to see the first uncovered and true working model of the latest and greatest American sports car. CorvetteBlogger was fortunate to receive a few spy shots of what is assumed to be the C7 (although heavily camouflaged).Read More »
It seems like nobody ever builds a car for the SEMA show at a leisurely pace, but Shane Wagner took it a step farther by holding down a day job, starting a new business, and crafting this amazing 5th Gen Camaro all in the span of a short two months.Read More »
For those Cyclone/Typhoon devotees, the beloved “mini” performance truck or SUV craze seems to have fallen by the wayside in the modern era of performance. However, there are still those who are devoted to the small-pickup/big-power cause, and this LS1 swapped S10 is a prime example. Click here to check it out…Read More »
“Born Crazy” makes 1,600 horsepower at the crank, puts 1,200 horsepower to the rear tires, and with the 20 pounds of boost added by twin turbos this rail is ready to yank the wheels at any time.Read More »
Although drifting will always be a Japanese motorsport at heart, there has been a growing trend in the sport to make use of American made rear wheel drive V8 cars in competition. At a Redbull sponsored drift event in Kuwait an audience member captured a C6 Corvette destroying a set of tires on the course.Read More »
Classic Camaros with LS swaps are an excellent blend of vintage style with reliable modern power. TripleXMotorsports caught East Texas Muscle Car’s ’68 Camaro pulling the front wheel on the drag strip at Thunder Road Raceway Park in Louisiana.Read More »
A CTS-V may offer modern refinement and reliability over the old LTD “Truckster,” but would you want the smell of dog and dead granny in your new Caddy?Read More »
Lifted station wagons may seem a bit redneck, but when you start with a 4-wheel-drive wagon and swap in an LS1 engine the result is pretty awesome. Craigslist is home for the weird, wacky and downright strange, including a listing for LS1-powered 1987 AMC Eagle wagon.Read More »
Question: What does a 17-year-old male from Naples, Florida have in common with Juan Pablo Montoya? Answer: Lousy excuses for crashing into objects.
Perhaps this young man has a future in NASCAR?
Few things in life are more frustrating and despicable as thieves, but one Malibu owner is experiencing the heartache of losing his ’65 to car thieves. Hopefully the car will be returned unscathed, but let’s hope the thieves are treated with a certain level of prison “kindness” upon admittance to a state prison.Read More »