Copperfield. Houdini. Penn and Teller. All became household names for their magical stage acts, but when it comes to four-wheeled magic, Tom Spera may have them beat. The Chicago-area magician made this 1984 Chevrolet Corvette appear.
Honda has always had long standing tradition of building four-wheeled offerings that have a strong reputation for being practical, inexpensive and highly fuel-efficient. While their modern machines readily display these qualities, it may come as a surprise to learn that their very first model imported to the US […]
While tastes can differ when it comes to rebuilding old cars, Angelo Pavlis was quite sure he wanted his 1967 Ford Mustang GTA to be one ultra-clean cruiser. He didn’t want any gaudy bolt-on’s or non-factory accessories tacked on, detracting from the smooth lines and Metallic Silver Frost […]
It’s very easy to go overboard when it comes to building your four-wheeled project. Add enough bolt-on’s and soon your gussied-up ride may be nothing more than a jumble of mismatched parts that’s just hard to be proud of. That was the case with Angelo Pavlis and his […]
Peter Conover’s 1957 Aston Martin DB Mark III may not have a retractable rear bullet proof screen, passenger ejector seat or revolving license plates but that doesn’t mean it’s not fit for a super-secret spy. It is, after all, what Ian Fleming, the creator of the James Bond […]