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The 2022 Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas Auction was home to some of the hottest haulers around. Old and new pickup trucks have proven to be an ideal entry point for modification given the diversity of manufacturers, body styles and powertrains. Scroll through the gallery below of the top-selling pickups from the 2022 Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas Auction.

Pictured above is the world’s first all-electric supertruck powered by a 3-motor e4WD propulsion system with GM-estimated 1,000hp and 11,500 ft/lbs of torque and 48 actual miles. Features removable roof panels and CrabWalk mode. Title in transit.

Powered by a supercharged 600hp 6.2-liter GM Performance LSA crate engine backed by a 4L85E GM Performance automatic transmission with an aluminum driveshaft and a Nodular Ford 9-inch rear end. Powder-coated Roadster Shop REVO III chassis and suspension.

LOT #777.1 – 1932 FORD CUSTOM PICKUP – SOLD! $176,000
Powered by a 429ci Jon Kaase Boss Nine V8 engine backed by a TREMEC T56 Magnum 6-speed manual transmission and American Powertrain Science Friction clutch. Equipped with C. Cook Enterprises stacks, FAST electronic fuel injection and a custom exhaust.

Fully custom pickup on a Fat Man Fabrications chassis complete with independent front suspension and coilovers at all four corners. Powered by a 502ci V8 engine backed by a 700R4 automatic transmission. Features custom interior and bodywork.

LOT #781.1 – 2021 SHELBY F-150 SUPER SNAKE PICKUP – SOLD! $165,000
Powered by a 5.0-liter V8 engine producing 775hp mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. It features a custom Shelby suspension and the Lariat 502A Ultimate Electronics Package with a 12-inch screen and 500 actual miles.

LOT #687.1 – 1952 CHEVROLET 3100 CUSTOM PICKUP – SOLD! $121,000
Powered by a V8 engine with FiTech Ram direct injection and billet serpentine belt system backed by an automatic transmission. Features a fully wrapped dual 2.5-inch exhaust with custom headers. A select offering from the Bryan Frank Collection.

Powered by a 3.6-liter V6 engine backed by an 8-speed automatic transmission with 4,780 actual miles. Equipped with a heavy-duty DANA 44 axle, fuel tank skid plate, transfer case skid plate, electronic trailer sway swing control and push-button start.

Powered by a 6.6-liter Duramax turbo-diesel V8 engine backed by an Allison 10-speed automatic transmission and an electronic shift 2-speed transfer case with push-button controls and a McGaughy’s 9-inch show lift suspension and 960 actual miles.

LOT #659.1 – 1971 CHEVROLET C10 CUSTOM PICKUP – SOLD! $110,000
Powered by a 5.7-liter fuel-injected V8 engine backed by a high-performance 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission. Equipped with 4-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, limited-slip differential and a relocated rear fuel tank as well as a dual exhaust.

LOT #150 – 1967 CHEVROLET C10 CUSTOM PICKUP – SOLD! $101,200
Powered by a GM 6.0-liter engine mated to a 4L60E automatic transmission and 12-bolt rear end with 3.73 gears. Equipped with a Gen 3 iron block, stock LS 24-tooth crank and the later-model GM “Dimpled” big I-beam connecting rods.

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Title: PHENOMENAL PICKUPS: Top 10 Trucks
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MansBrand Unveils New Automotive Racing Section to Enhance Platform for Motor Enthusiasts

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MansBrand has announced they’re expanding their platform to include a dedicated section on automotive racing. This new area complements their existing content in men’s fashion, health, outdoor adventures, and grooming. The expanded platform aims to offer more comprehensive information and resources for automotive enthusiasts alongside its current categories.

MansBrand is known for offering a wide range of services and products for men. They provide fashion advice and trends to help men stay stylish, health news that covers physical and mental well-being, guidance for outdoor activities, and information on motor vehicles. The new automotive racing section will feature various aspects of the sport, including expert advice, product reviews, and the latest racing news.

This automotive racing section will give readers detailed comparisons and reviews of cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles. It will also include maintenance tips, safety advice, and recommendations on essential motor-related products and accessories. Readers can access comprehensive guides on the gear and equipment needed for both beginners and experienced racers.

Willis from MansBrand commented on the new addition: “Our new automotive racing section is a natural extension of what we already offer on the platform. We’ve observed that many of our users have a keen interest in motor vehicles and racing. By adding this section, we aim to meet the interests of our audience and provide them with valuable content and resources. We’re still focused on our core areas like fashion, health, and outdoor activities but now can offer more for those passionate about motorsports.”

MansBrand has always emphasized community interaction and engagement. The site features blogs where users can share experiences and tips on various topics, from fashion trends to essential grooming products. The new automotive racing section will follow the same approach, encouraging readers to discuss racing strategies, share personal experiences, and offer advice through blog posts and community forums.

The updated platform remains easy to navigate. It includes advanced search options and logically organized categories. Each product or piece of content comes with high-resolution images and detailed descriptions to help visitors make informed decisions about their style, health, outdoor activities, and now, automotive racing pursuits.

Adding automotive racing content doesn’t take away from MansBrand’s commitment to fashion. The site continues to offer a wide range of Mens Fashion items, including shirts, jeans, suits, jackets, and more. By keeping up with the latest trends, MansBrand ensures its users always have access to the best fashion advice. The platform regularly updates current trends and remains a go-to hub for all things related to men’s fashion.

In the health section, MansBrand provides information on various topics, including prostate health, heart disease, and mental well-being. It offers tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, provides resources for further research and treatment options, and promotes regular health check-ups and preventative care.

The outdoor and adventure category offers advice on hiking, camping, and other activities. It also includes product reviews and recommendations for outdoor gear and equipment, helping men enjoy their outdoor experiences to the fullest.

Willis further noted: “We’re excited about the positive feedback we’ve received from our users. They’ve found valuable insights and products across all sections of the site. The automotive racing section is something that many of our users were looking forward to, and it fits perfectly within our diverse range of offerings. We believe it will inspire more men to explore and engage with us.”

MansBrand is committed to continuous improvement and actively seeks and incorporates customer feedback. They aim to be a comprehensive hub for men looking to enhance various aspects of their lives, whether it’s through fashion, health advice, grooming tips, or now, automotive racing content.

By expanding their offerings, MansBrand hopes to encourage a proactive exchange of ideas and experiences. They aim to inspire men to embrace new fashion challenges, refine their style, and discover passions in automotive racing, outdoor adventure, and health-conscious living. The platform invites men from all walks of life to join its growing online community.

For a comprehensive experience, the Mens Fashion Website  also includes features that are easy to navigate. From advanced search capabilities to logically organized categories, every item is accompanied by high-resolution images and detailed descriptions.

For more details on the new automotive racing section and other categories, visit the official site.

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2024 Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance Preview

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The 29th annual Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance, powered by O’Gara Coach, will bring a full day of free family fun to Beverly Hills on Sunday, June 16. This year’s Father’s Day car show will feature 100 rare and iconic vehicles, great food and plenty of entertainment. The Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance, which will take place between Wilshire Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., is one of the area’s most beloved annual events. Here’s a glimpse at what you can expect to see on California’s most iconic street:

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This year’s event will host a special celebration of hypercars, supercars, race cars, classics and custom-built showstoppers. Provided by exclusive private collections, passionate car enthusiasts and even some of the world’s most recognized manufacturers, this has become one of the country’s preeminent luxury car shows.


Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance Chairman Bruce Meyer, Beverly Hills Mayor Lester Friedman, Rodeo Drive Committee President Kay Monica Rose and renowned car buff Jay Leno will present trophies to 12 award-winning entrants—from “Most Elegant” to “Best in Show”—on the main stage starting at noon.

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Title: 2024 Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance Preview
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Published Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2024 17:10:18 +0000

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Speed Read: A garage-built Ducati 996 café racer and more

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The latest café racers, flat trackers, and electric scooters.
We kick things off with a feel-good story of a botched Ducati 996 custom job, rescued by a talented garage builder. Then we look at a dazzling Yamaha SR500 flat tracker from 20-year-old Moritz Bree, a dustbin-faired Honda Dax from K-Speed, and a BMW CE 04 scooter from Deus ex Machina.

Ducati 996 café racer by Jaron Hall
Ducati 996 by Jaron Hall Most people would balk at the idea of customizing a Ducati 996, but Utah-based garage builder Jaron Hall’s work on this 996 is nothing short of noble. That’s because when Jaron got his hands on the 996, it was in dire need of saving.

The Ducati’s previous owner had tried to turn it into a scrambler, so it came to Jaron with no fairings, a hacked subframe, and a smorgasbord of sketchy parts. Working after hours (he has a marketing day job), and taking on the entire build solo, Jaron turned the mongrel 996 into a high-class Italian café racer.

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By: Wesley Reyneke
Title: Speed Read: A garage-built Ducati 996 café racer and more
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