All posts by Chris

  • Ghost Flames – 1987 Monte Carlo SS

    When Robert Rice of Tupelo MS saw this ’87 Monte Carlo SS at his chassis shop, he knew he needed another project, his fourth Monte...

  • Very Supreme Cutlass

    Hey baby, It’s Supreme. Here’s an advertisement for (I think) the ’78 Cutlass Supreme 2-door. I don’t think I’ve ever seen that color combo before...

  • The Grey Car: Pulling the 403

    Well, here we are, back at “The Grey Car,” my 1981 Pontiac Grand Prix Brougham.  Like I said in the Introduction post, she’s been in...

  • Chevy Malibu Road Trip

    HotRod is getting on board the G-Body train, baby! Check out this first part of what looks like a series where they’re taking a merely-meh...

  • True Survivor: 1983 Grand Prix LJ

    Bill LeBlanc’s 1983 Grand Prix LJ is a shining example of a true survivor.  Built in Canada, raised in Wisconsin and now living in the...

  • Devil in the Details: 1985 Buick Regal Custom

    I know I’ve seen this 1985 Buick Regal elsewhere before. I’ll be damned if I can remember where, though.  The detail in this build has...

  • 1986 Grand Prix 502+2

    As much as I’m inclined to cringe a bit at the thought of the rarity of the 1986 Grand Prix 2+2 increasing when stuff like...

  • Cars & Concepts T-Top Headliner Repair

    One of the most common cosmetic interior problems with these cars is the headliner sagging.  The originals were essentially foam sprayed onto a backing board,...

  • Straight Axle 1979 Malibu? Wat?

    Why would you do such a thing? Because you can? Why wouldn’t you? I don’t know.  I do know its definitely unique.  Bangshift gives us...

  • Buick GNX Quick Study Guide

    Check out this brief but informative look at and history of probably the biggest G-Body “Holy Grail” out there, the Buick GNX. Today, as every...