Words by Bob Sblendorio, photos by owner:
A member of the Mohican Model A Ford Club since the early 1970s, Bill Kritzler owns a 1930 Model A…but that is not a requirement to becoming a member. The Club welcomes anyone that wants to be a member regardless of the car that someone may own; in fac
Owner: Butch Dreher
This Rat Rod started its life off as a shop truck for Butch’s father in-law’s boat shop. After his passing the truck fell into disrepair and was bound for the scrap yard! That’s when Butch came into the picture and brought what was left of the Scout home and promptly chopped
With modern muscle cars’ plethora of amenities, it’s easy to forget that they once came without airbags, warning labels, and an interior that’s quieter than your house. Thanks to Tim LaRochelle and his 1965 Chevy Impala though, I was honored with the opportunity to be reminded of all that.
“No car should never stay stock. It should reflect the style of the owner”
I’m Justin Carey from Dagsboro, Delaware; and I drive a 2011 Volkswagen Golf Mk6. The Mk6 or sixth generation Volkswagen Golf was produced from 2010 to 2014 as a re-fresh of the Mk5 Golf (renamed as the Rabbit in the US); which ran from 2006 to 2009. My Golf is special and the best way to describe i
My 1957 Chevy BelAir is a labor of love. I acquired the car in 1994 as a Christmas present from my wife. When I saw the car, the chassis was a roller and all glass, seats, interior and exterior trim was in boxes. The BelAir sat in a 1 car garage until 2000 when I started to restore the car. I s
John Trial – This is my 1967 Oldsmobile 442 called Rockets Revenge. The car was debuted this March at Detroit Autorama and was a Ridler Contender. It was a great honor to be chosen for a Ridler and although it didn’t make the Great 8, the car won First Place Custom Convertible. The car also rece
Kalvin Malli – Found the shell in buffalo, had been sitting for 7 years. 77k original miles when bought. No rust. Original paint. Completely stripped out with many buckets of parts and bolts.
Pretty much re-vamped the whole car. Stance coil overs with fully upgraded arms. Wheels tires. R
Jarodd Goedel, Sherburne, NY – The car is a 1974 VW Thing. I have owned it since 1996. I drove it for a couple years then decided to restore it from the ground up including a fully rebuilt engine. The restoration took 6 years working weekends and nights. Everything was completed by me.