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The biggest event of the year for the automotove performance and custom industry is the SE…

We take so many pictures and video over the course of the week SEMA takes over Las Vegas i…

There’s a misconception among enthusiasts and even some professional body guys about weldi…

At the 51st Annual Darryl Starbird National Rod and Custom Car Show over the February 20th…

10 Tricks to remove that Stuck, Seized, or Stripped Bolt/Nut
One of the biggest frustrations when disassembling a vehicle for restoration, or even re...
Buyers Guide: When to Use Rust Encapsulator VS. Rust Converter
Our tech team answers a lot of technical calls and emails each day and there are a lot of ...
Plasti Dip® FAQ’s – Frequently Asked Questions About Dipping Cars
Plasti Dip® is a flexible, rubber coating that was originally used for dipping tool handle...
How to Paint Your Car- The Basic Steps and Methods Uncovered
Painting a car is one of the most misunderstood parts of our hobby. It can be a daunting p...
Customer Favorite Award #9- Classic Jeep Track 4×4
Unconventional and absolutely badass is this classic Jeep bay window truck with a trac...
2014 Eastwood SEMA Hands-On Award Winners
Each year we blow up our social media feeds with our favorite vehicles from SEMA. This yea...
Customer Favorite Award #3- 1942 Willys Gasser
Gassers generally are mean machines that are meant to perform and looks are secondary ...
Customer Favorite Award #5- 1937 Packard Street Rod
With enough money anyone can build an old Ford into a street rod or custom, but buildi...
Customer Favorite Award #3- 1942 Willys Gasser
Gassers generally are mean machines that are meant to perform and looks are secondary ...
Customer Favorite Award #2- 1935 Ford 3 Window Coupe
This beautiful 35 Ford was built by Lakeside Rods and Rides and is chocked full of cus...
Customer Favorite Award #4- 1968 Dodge Charger
There's mean muscle cars and then there's muscle cars that look downright pissed off l...
Customer Favorite Award #5- 1937 Packard Street Rod
With enough money anyone can build an old Ford into a street rod or custom, but buildi...

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