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Making a 1965 Mustang Fastback into a Daily Driver

https://vimeo.com/540832653 By The Modern Rodding Staff - Photography by Brian Brennan Videography by Ryan Foss Productions Since Henry Ford founded the company bearing his name in 1903, the...

How to Replace The Quarter Panel on a 1968-1969 Ford Torino Sportsroof

https://vimeo.com/528538176 By Brian Brennan Metalwork is one of, if not, the most demanding projects any of us can undertake when working on our hot rod project....
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Upgrading Worn Brass Bushings on Early Ford Kingpin Suspension

By Ryan Manson - Photography By The Author A tight frontend can make all the difference between an enjoyable early Ford and a downright rotten roach...
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Red-Ram Hemi Vs. 5.7L Hemi – Identical ’32 Ford Builds

By Brian Brennan - Photography by the Author It sounds like an oxymoron—“modern traditional”—but that appears to be what’s going on today when we take a...
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Fabricating a Custom Three-Piece Hot Rod Hood

By Gerry Burger - Photography by the Author Bill Sather has been around hot rods for a long time. Living in the Austin, Texas, area you...

1,000-Pound-Capacity Harbor Freight Pickup Bed Crane With Hand Winch

By John Gilbert - Photography by the Author If you’re not able to pick up 1,000 pounds by yourself and lift it into the bed of...

CHOP CHOP

Chopping a Previously Chopped Coupe Presents Special Issues By Gerry Burger Chopping a vintage coupe body is a serious undertaking, one that takes a keen eye...

Clip Job

Fatman Fabrications Mustang II Conversion for the 1957-1959 Ford By Brian Brennan - Photography by the Author There are any number of reasons why you might want...

Two-Point Conversion

Electrifying a Vintage Dual-Point Distributor with a PerTronix Igniter II By Tommy Lee Byrd - Photography by the Author During the ’70s, most auto manufacturers made the...

All the Right Connections

With More Accessories Comes More Time & Effort When Wiring Your Street Rod By Brian Brennan - Photography by John Winter Wiring has always been a...