- 1 Traditional Hot Rods Built or Completed in the 2020s
- 2 Hot Rods Restored or Completed in the 2020s
- 3 Custom Cars Built or Completed in the 2020s
- 4 Custom Trucks Built or Completed in the 2020s
- 5 Custom Trucks Restored or Completed in the 2020s
- 6 Custom Cars Found in the 2020s
- 7 Hot Rod and Custom Car Books Published in the 2020s
- 8 Traditional Hot Rod and Custom Car Shows of the 2020s
Traditional Hot Rods Built or Completed in the 2020s
Hot Rods Restored or Completed in the 2020s
Custom Cars Built or Completed in the 2020s
Cody Walls and Erin Lynn's 1949 Buick Sedanette - E-Job
Jesse Orozco's 1956 Chevrolet - Memory '56
Dave and Sue Wright's 1959 Chevrolet Brookwood Station Wagon - The Headhunter
Marco Hämäläinen's 1975 Saab 96 - WaSaabi
Custom Trucks Built or Completed in the 2020s
Nick Semeniuk's 1953 Mercury M100 Pickup
Custom Trucks Restored or Completed in the 2020s
Custom Cars Found in the 2020s
Hot Rod and Custom Car Books Published in the 2020s
- Gene Winfield's Racing Days Scrapbook
- Hot Cars in Cool California by Henrik U. Forss
- Hot Rod Magazine: 75 Years by Drew Hardin
- Peter Sukalac: Photo Journalist: A life in cars and photos
- The American Speed Shop: Birth and Evolution of Hot Rodding
- The Automotive Alchemist by Andy Saunders
- Vintage Speed Parts The Equipment That Fueled the Industry by Tony Thacker
Traditional Hot Rod and Custom Car Shows of the 2020s
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