Florida racers Ron and Jerico Balduf will be carrying this sharp, Batman-themed ’41 Willys built by Coast Chassis Design and powered by a Jan-Cen Hemi into NHRA Pro Mod battle this season.
A Dragzine Exclusive – Kevin Volk’s new Victory Racecraft-built GT500 is one of the cleanest machines we’ve seen in quite some time, and it’s scheduled to make a debut later on this season in NMRA and NMCA action.
Creating a car that stands apart from the crowd in the highly competitive 275 drag radial class is extremely difficult, yet this is exactly what Barry Lutz has accomplished with his stunning Outlaw Radial Chevelle.
We’re back with the final Reader’s Rides for the month of February, and we’ve got quite a piece to bring you this week, with this gorgeous 1964 Chevy Nova that was sent to us by its very proud owner Todd Buckb
This week’s edition of Reader’s Rides brings us a pair of very quick rides, including John Dougherty’s mean little Chevy S-10 and Greg Seher’s show-quality ’67 Camaro, both of which have been in the eights!
We’ve pretty much seen it all when it comes to LS-powered vehicles, but every once in awhile we run across a vehicle that expands the modern Chevy-powered family a bit further. Mike Meyers’ Corvairs are just that!
The rides keep pouring in and we’ve got a fresh new round of killer machines from our faithful readers, including a street and strip terror of a Ford pickup and a sleek Dodge Challenger bracket warrior!
Take a look at an awesome COPO Camaro, owned and operated by Dave Bridgewater, and check out the story of how he obtained such a beastly, rare factory hot rod.
The first-ever Reader’s Rides published last week was a certifiable hit, and we’re back with another fresh round of sweet whips from the Dragzine faithful, featuring one with doors and one without.
Wes Goddard’s 1958 Nash Metropolitan is one of the most unique Top Sportsman cars out there. Packing a pair of turbos, this small, short-wheelbase car make for an insane ride as it franks off 6-second, 200 MPH laps.
Our first-ever Reader’s Rides segment kicks off with a great mix of cars, including a ’48 Fiat Topolino Altered, an Outlaw Big Tire ’70 Nova, and an even a ’66 Plymouth Valiant representing for the Mopar crowd!
Josey Steeples has taken a run-of-the-mill 1978 Datsun 280Z and turned it into a street and strip slayer, and a new 5.3L LS motor is made even more potent with a 75mm turbo being added.
This ’67 Barracuda, being auctioned on eBay, is an almost exacting replica of the A/FX car that the Cain family campaigned up and down the East coast and in Canada during the late 1960’s.
When the boys at Never Again Racing started listening to some punk music in The Bombshell garage, they had a lightbulb go off. This idea turned into the Doomsday Impala that you see here.
While at the NMCA West Finals this year, we selected our favorite Top 5 True Street Chevys. As we discovered, there’s plenty of Bowtie performance to be found in this fun class, with much less pressure to boot.
Here’s the final installment of our exclusive feature on Brian and Tyler Hard’s Tim McAmis-built 1968 Pro Nitrous Camaro. Check inside for all of the details, including some incredible photos of this wild machine!
Nnative Aussie Peter Blake, who competes in the professional Top Doorslammer category with the Australian National Drag Racing Association, is part of a rare breed that still runs his operation the way it used to be
John Force Racing Fabrication Shop Manager Norm Boutot spends his relaxation time away from the grind ripping on his 9.4-second Z06 Corvette tat sports a stock bottom end and even stock suspension.
A few weeks ago we brought you video of Jake Conant’s 8-second Cobra nearly rolling over after a wicked wheelie at the track. This week we get full details on the car that took him for that ride.