A series of video interviews from the cast of the Discovery Channel TV show American Hot Rod.
News and information about the Canadian hot rod scene. This site also includes a discussion forum operated independently from the main site.
Car and Driver reviews and tests various hot rods and other cars. The site includes a series of buyer's guides for various makes and models.
Host Wayne Carini uncovers classic car treasures that are hidden in old barns and abandoned warehouses and uses his restoration expertise to turn them into works of art.
Hot rod discussion forums.
A collection of news and press releases about the hot rod and muscle car scene.
Hot rod forums and other information.
News, reviews, and a discussion forum. They also have a "Project Journals" section.
That's right...this forum is specifically for rat rods from the 20s to the 60s. If you don't believe that primer is acceptable car paint, this site probably isn't for you.
The official website of the U.S. National Hot Rod Association. Includes news, reviews, video, and a whole lot more.
A series of TV shows that air both on Spike TV and online, with full episodes available of some of the shows on the web.
Hobby mechanic Tony Huntimer has put together a free website containing videos, a podcast, and other items for the performance car enthusiast.
School of Hot Rod is a news and information portal with a community blog and a podcast.
SpeedTV is a TV channel that's all about...well, speed! You can watch shows such as My Classic Car and Car Warriors, and clips and podcasts are available on their website.
A hot rod blog with videos, podcasts, and a whole lot of opinions!
TBucketPlans.com is a WordPress blog that covers news and topics related to the conversion of T-Buckets. This site does promote an eBook called "How to Build a T-Bucket Hot Rod Roadster for Under $3,000" quite heavily, but there is also some very useful information on the site.
A Canadian forum catering to older model hot rods.from the pre-1920s era to the 1970s.
Vintage Vehicle TV visits the homes of some of the most classic cars in the United States. These cars can be found in museums, are owned by private collectors, and are in restoration facilities.
Various hot rod news and articles, sorted in reverse chronological order.
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