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How to Assemble Speedway Motors Aluminum Hot Rod Bomber Seat DIY Kit
How to assembly the new aluminum hot rod bomber seat DIY kit.
How to Install Side Detent Shifter for GM TH200, TH250, TH350, and TH400
Learn how to install a side detent shifter in a 1969 Chevy C10.
Racing Legends Gather to Recognize & Celebrate Opening of the Herzog Motorsports Racing Collection at Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed
Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed celebrated the opening of the Herzog Motorsports Racing Collection with a two-day celebration commemorating the Herzog family’s legacy in the sport and kicked off a long term display of iconic cars and trucks.
Spooky Customer Cars for Halloween
It's Halloween! Here are a few rides from our last Cars and Coffee of the season that go above and beyond to capture the Halloween spirit.
The Camfather: Ed Iskenderian | Episode 21
For our final episode of Season 2, we got to speak with a legend. But Ed Iskenderian isn't just a legend. He made his mark at the birth of hot rodding and has been shaping its course ever since.
Jason Smith, Family Owner of Speedway Motors, Passes Away at Age 60
Speedway Motors, a manufacturer, retailer and distributor of high-quality automotive parts and racing products, is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Jason Smith, second-generation family owner, after a long battle with cancer at the age of 60.
Garton Vintage Pedal Car Identification
For 95 years, Garton Toy Co. was the largest wheel goods toy factory in the world. Follow this guide on how to identify various Garton vintage pedal cars including the Kidillac and Tin Lizzy.
Murray Vintage Pedal Car Identification
Murray Ohio Manufacturing Company started producing pedal cars in the 1930’s. Here’s a guide on identifying Murray vintage pedal cars by body styles and various features.
Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed Announces Plans for Expansion
Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed announced today their plans for a 90,000 square foot expansion of their Museum at 599 Oakcreek Dr. in Lincoln, Neb. The $10 Million project will be completed in two phases commencing Fall 2021.