Latest Videos (2016 – Present)
This 1950 Chevy Pickup, owned by Keith Layne of Eden, NC, won Builder of the Year at the NSRA Nationals in Louisville. The builder, L & S Customs, is located in Prospect Hill, NC.
This 1932 Ford Coupe, built by Love Customs, was part of the Builders Showcase at the NSRA Nationals in Louisville.
This 1956 Ford F100, built by Metal Brothers Hot Rods, was part of the Builders Showcase at the NSRA Nationals in Louisville.
This 1936 Willys Pickup, owned by Ron Ernsberger of Napolean, OH, was one of the vehicles in the 2021 NSRA Nationals in Louisville. This pickup, which was built by Tin Man's Garage of Sycamore, IL, also won the Al Slonaker Award at the 2020 Grand National Roadster...
This 1946 Ford Business Coupe, built by Live Free Fabrication, was part of the Builders Showcase at the NSRA Nationals in Louisville. Here, Brian and Aubrey talk about their creation.
In the video below, Wes was kind enough to tell about his vision that started the work on his Chevy Fleetline, many of the modifications that were made, and what his plans are with this car after completing the show circuit.
There are 18 contenders for the 2021 Street Rod of the Year Award at the Goodguys PPG Nationals in Columbus, OH. Here is a parade of the Rods vying for the win.
There were 14 contenders for the 2021 Street Machine of the Year Award at the Goodguys PPG Nationals in Columbus, OH. Here is a parade of the Machines vying for the win.
One of the standouts of the Goodguys NC Nationals in Raleigh, a 1966 Marina Blue Nova SS, was not only beautifully restored – correct down to every nut and bolt – it is also a one-owner car with the original Bowtie documentation.
More than 1,500 cars were on tap for a three-day car show and swap meet. It was obvious by the excitement of the crowd that everyone was glad to be back showing off their rides and talking with fellow gear heads.
Run to the Sun was held in Myrtle Beach, SC March 18 - 20.