The Original Wireless Technology!

Each order from 4/18/24 - 5/31/24 will be an entry for a chance to win an ATM Carburetor and spend a day with the OMG/SRC/GEN2 family.

Must be a resident of the contiguous United States and 18 years of age.

  • Vicki's 1964 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

    Vicki's favorite color is mint green, and we both love old Chevy trucks. So when I came across this old truck on Marketplace, it caught my eye. We have always wanted an old truck with nice Patina, to use as a "Shop Truck" to run errands, pickup parts, etc. This old C10 fit the bill, and the price was right. So I brought it home from Tennessee, and weve been working on it here in the shop ever since.

    The truck shows 33,000 miles on the odometer, and judging by the wear and tear on the drive train, and the mileage stated on the title, I believe its correct.

    Our plans for the truck are to swap the original 6cyl with a 350 Small Block Chevy, and eventually an Overdrive Automatic Transmission.

    We intend to leave the patina as is, but restore the interior and add Air Conditioning, power steering, disc brakes,

  • The '55

    My Dad found this 55 Chevy at the Pataskala Machine Shop back in 1974. Dad sold everything he owned and borrowed money to buy the car. Once he had the money gathered up, he went to purchase the car, but the owner had decided not to sell it.

    After a long discussion with his father, the young man who had the car decided to sell the car as he had promised, and the car came home with dad.

    Originally a Turquoise and White 6cyl 3 speed car, it had a 300hp Corvette 327 and a 4 speed transmission when mom and dad bought it.

    Eventually, they had the car painted Black and added Crager SS wheels, and a Offenhauser Tri Power Intake to the 327.

    The car today is powered by a 357ci Small Block Chevy with Brodix Track 1 heads, and a Comp Cams Hydraulic Roller Camshaft, a Holley Strip Dominator Intake, and a 750 CFM Double Pumper Carb and MSD ignition. The Muncie 4 speed and Vintage Hurst bench seat shifter remain, as well as the vintage Sun Tach, and traction bars.

  • The Old Man's 1971 Nova

    Bill and Vicki bought this car together in the 1990's as a mostly original car that needed body and paint work. Originally a 307/TH350 Green on Green 300 series car, the car was purchased as a roller, and had a 4 speed in the car when Bill originally put the car back on the road.

    In the late 90's the car was raced extensivley in Central Ohio, in many different classes ranging from "Pro Class" to "Super Street".

    The Car has been parked since 2008 when Bill decided to focus on helping his boys get started in Drag Racing.

    Future Plans for the Nova are to restore the body and put the car back on the street as a cruiser, and possibly race it again in some fashion.

  • "The Old Man's Garage"

    Bill and Vicki Hoskinson were married May 21st, 1994 and moved into a small farm house near Granville, Ohio. The Farm house was actually a converted Carriage House meant to be used mostly as a Summer guest house rather than a primary residency. The house was heated by a wood burning stove, and was inherently drafty. The couple tended live stock and bailed hay in lieu of rent for 2 years before purchasing the property where they currently reside. (Pictured above) The property was purchased just prior to the birth of their oldest son "Billy" in 1996, Bill and Vicki have made many improvements to the house and the shop where Street Racing Channel began. The "Merchandice Shop" was originally a milking parlor in the 1950's and one of the parlor's sliding doors is still intact and visible on the back of the barn. Part of the original structure was constructed as a machinery shed, and collapsed under heavy snow in 2010, At that point the part of the barn that fell down was rebuilt and enlarged with walls and an overhead door to allow excavating equipment and dump trucks to be worked on inside the shop. After 30 years of Excavating, suffering from lower back pain, and other joint issues, Bill began his YouTube channel focusing on "behind the scenes" content of the Street Racing Channel S-10 and what it took to keep the truck running and competitive. Bill felt it was important to showcase everyone who has helped along the way and introduce the world to his family and their simple way of life. Ultimately leading to his own channel and brand of Merchandise for people who still believe in Old Fashioned Values, Good Work Ethics, and the love for Drag Racing and Hot Rodding.