Articles written by: Alan Rebescher

Editor, author, PR man—Alan Rebescher has done it all in a 25 year career in the high performance industry. He has written and photographed many feature stories and tech articles for Summit Racing and various magazines including Hot Rod, Car Craft, and Popular Hot Rodding, and edited Summit Racing’s Street & Strip magazine in the 1990s. His garage is currently occupied by a 1965 Ford Mustang.

Events / How Tos / Motorsports

Bracket Racing 101: What is It and How Does it Work?

There’s no time like the present to get out and enjoy shows, cruise-ins, and races. And by enjoy the races, we mean actually go out and race. If you’ve never […]

Father's Day / Featured Vehicles / From the Summit Racing Catalog

Like Father, Like Son: Buzz & Andy Sollers’ Pair of Fords

Editors Note: This story originally appeared on SummitRacing.com on 4/30/2008. Everyone knows the old saying about the apple not falling far from the tree. In the case of Buzz Sollers […]

Automotive & Aftermarket News / Featured Vehicles / News & Car Culture

Summit Racing Equipment and Factory Five Racing Build a Mk4 “By the Book”

Summit Racing Equipment and Factory Five Racing have teamed up to build a Factory Five Mk4 replica that anyone armed with a Summit Racing “Big Book” catalog can duplicate. “What […]

Tech / Tech Projects

Top Class 565: Trick Flow Builds a Chevy 565 Short Block Assembly

Back in 2012, the Summit Racing SuperSeries Top Class Champion won a brand new American Racing Cars dragster with a 565 cubic inch big block Chevy built by Trick Flow Specialties. […]

From the Summit Racing Catalog

One Ton of Fun: Todd Collins’ 600HP Chevy Dualie

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared at SummitRacing.com on 3/22/2005. To paraphrase a Bruce Willis flick: We see slammed dualies. We see them with big motors. We see them with […]

From the Summit Racing Catalog

Reggie Triggs’ 1968 Mustang GT

Editor’s note: This story appeared previously at SummitRacing.com. It’s not hard to pigeonhole an early Mustang guy. Restorers keep their Ford Mustangs just like the factory made them—hose clamps, chalk […]

From the Summit Racing Catalog

Kitchen Goat: Rick Bogoff’s 1966 Pontiac GTO

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared at SummitRacing.com on 3/12/2004. Kitchen tables are marvelously adaptable pieces of furniture. In addition to serving as the family feeding trough, kitchen tables can […]