car show

All posts tagged car show

The Devil Is In The Detail: Matt Hunt’s New Ford Bronco

Published April 28, 2017 by Kahn Media

IMG_20170310_220128_931Matt Hunt has built a career on innovation, having built one of the first 1,000hp Toyota Supra street cars back in the 90’s. Matt was also the first guy to put a full-body Supra in the 10s when the Battle of the Imports programs were going on, so he is no stranger to power and performance. Over time, Matt noticed that as the import scene faded, the American muscle car culture was stronger than ever which led him to evolve his company from Under Pressure to Matt Hunt Muscle Cars (MHMC). Now he is building amazing street machines for members of the NFL, UFC and others. Read the rest of this entry →

Creating the Impossible – Mid-Length Headers for Big Block GM A-Bodies

Published April 26, 2017 by Kahn Media

nikon photos 101Hedman Hedders specializes in helping vehicles unlock their true power potential and is always looking for ways to diversify ourselves from the rest, whether that means creating products for more vehicles or creating a new product segment like we did with our mid-length headers. Read the rest of this entry →

Cruisin’ for a Cure Charity Car Show 2012

Published October 5, 2012 by hedmanperformancegroup

Once a year the Southern California classic, muscle car, and hot rod communities descend upon the Orange County Fairgrounds to attend the Cruisin’ for a Cure Charity Car Show.  Benefitting the City of Hope Foundation and raising money to fund Prostate Cancer research, this car show is the largest charity classic/custom auto show in the world and had over 3,400 cars in attendance for 2012.  But this car show is more than just a fundraiser; it is a place to celebrate the automotive lifestyle.  To help embrace this lifestyle, the show has more than just the normal rows of parked cars.  Weaving throughout the show grounds is a half-mile long “Cruisin’” route that allows owners to fire up their rides and take part in one of the staples of American car culture – cruising. Read the rest of this entry →