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Alex Taylor’s “Quest for the Sixes” Update: Building the Cage

Over the past few weeks, there has been a lot of progress in a short period of time on the Quest for the Sixes 1955 Chevy build—but we needed to […]

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Alex Taylor’s “Quest for the Sixes” Update: Fabricating a Chassis

What all ACTUALLY goes into building a car? That’s a loose-ended question with lots of variables, I know! So, lets narrow that down… What does it take to build a […]

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Alex Taylor’s “Quest for the Sixes” Update: 1955 Chevy Metalwork & Paint

Cut up, cleaned up, patched up, ground up, squared up, braced up, body-fillered up, and ready for primer and paint! Lots going on for this update on the 1955 Chevy […]

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Alex Taylor’s “Quest for the Sixes” Update: 1955 Chevy Body Prep

Progress keeps rolling… Since you first met our 1955 Chevy, its shell was left in a rough, but very workable state. Sans floors, rockers, and pretty much anything structural, we […]

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Follow Racer Alex Taylor and Her ’55 Chevy on a “Quest for the Sixes”

I’m Alex Taylor. I’m 23 and tired of running eight-second dragstrip passes, so I’m building a six-second car. “Quest for the Sixes” became the phrase that kickstarted a father/daughter project […]

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Meet Kat Jones & Stew—Her 1954 Studebaker Commander

Kasia “Kat” Jones loves hot rods. Always has. But she didn’t start building them herself until a mere three years ago. “When I started my first project, I had no […]

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Summit Racing Super Store Lifts Veil Off of Restomod 1969 “Chevelle”

Is it a Chevelle? A Malibu? Both? Neither? In the case of David Hamilton’s 1969 “Call-it-what-you-will” SS, the real answer lies somewhere in between. Unveiled today at Summit Racing Equipment’s […]

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Top Fan Ride of February: Vincent’s 1969 Chevy Nova SS

Vincent Ingegneri built this Nova with his two sons, Cody and Anthony, as a tribute to his third son, the eldest, who passed away in an auto accident several years […]