Pontiac GTO for 1972 was no longer a separate model it became an option for the Le Mans. While the pillar coupe the basic option came with rubber mats the deluxe hard top coupe style came with carpet. Either one came with cloth and vinyl or all vinyl bench seats with an additional option of
We’re looking at a 1965 Shelby AC Cobra with a 427 engine. This is not a kit car, this is the REAL DEAL. This is Carroll Shelby car is a CSX 4000 Series. To make this car even more over the top it has ONLY 6.1 miles on it at the time of this video!
1957 Studebaker Silverhawk 289 CID V8 MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.
These fastback Torino are cool Cars from the factory.. but this one has a very cool story behind it…Car people understand that cars are not just transportation …Troy’s Dad was killed in one of these Cars….He had three…This one sat out side His Grandmothers kitchen window until She pasted….Troy’s Uncle than gave him the car…He
The Mustang Boss 429 is what the dream of most Mustang enthusiasts and it was made to meet NASCAR regulations. Fewer than 1,400 were built making the Boss 429 Mustanmg a horse indeed.The Boss 429 engine was derived from the Ford 385 engine. It used four-bolt mains, a forged steel crank and forged steel connecting
New footage has arrived online showing the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE lapping the Nürburgring without any sort of camouflage – meaning that the company might be working on setting a new record lap for the quickest muscle car around “The Ring”. Full article: https://goo.gl/wJoQtW
While Dodge, Ford, and Chevrolet carry the American muscle car torch forward with new versions of their iconic coupes, automotive enthusiasts can’t help but miss the long-lost car brands that once brought us symbols of power. Among the front-engine, rear-wheel drive monsters of the 1960s and ‘70s, Plymouth’s Barracuda reigned supreme. In particular, the third
There was a lot of commotion over the launch of the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon at the New York Auto Show earlier this month — and rightfully so — as it has been touted as the most powerful muscle car ever created. Now that the dust has settled a bit, it’s time to see
Before the 2008 recession, the muscle car group was accelerating the fastest from nearly every standpoint. Auction companies, TV shows, themed-magazines and more all found wins focusing on good ole American muscle. When the recession stormed in, the collector car market dipped, but no sector was hit as hard as muscle cars. Unit sale prices
In the muscle car era Ford, Chevy, and Mopars ruled the muscle car world. In the mid 60’s to 1970 these companies tried everything they could to have an advantage or be considered the fastest muscle cars around. One such car was the Yenko Super Camaro. The Yenk Super Camaro was built under the personal
All wheel drive Audi S2 with a big Precision 6466 turbocharger strapped to the fire breathing 2.2L five cyclinder under the hood! Lining up in the lane across from him is a big badass nitrous Chevelle – American power!
The Sunbeam Tiger was partly designed by Carol Shelby working with the Rootes Group and their British Designed Sunbeam Alpine Roadster. The image is a Mark I version made from 1964 through to 1967. Under the hood of the Tiger is an an American Ford designed 260 cu in (4.3 L) V8 coupled to a
You could say that Cars & Coffee Italy was a true Supercar Heaven, but the Muscle Cars were not overshadowed in any way. Here are the all the V8 / V10 American beasts from the event with loud exhausts, revs and stunning looks, enjoy!
The Chevrolet Aerovette began life as an Experimental Project 882 (XP-882) in the late 1960s. It had a mid-engine configuration using a transverse mounting of its V8 engine. Zora Arkus-Duntov’s engineers originally built two XP-882 prototypes during 1969, but John DeLorean, Chevrolet’s general manager, canceled the program believing it to be impractical and costly. However,
Back in 1965 Chevrolet hoped to hit it big with the Ultimus. Unfortunately for them, the car just didn’t take off due to the weird design. Lookslike one got out though . If you look at the multi color Ultima, it has a 1979 Michigan plate on it. Lots of retro and cool stuff in
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What a great, honest, old fashioned muscle car!
The Camaro of the Month for April 2016 is this radiant green 1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Type LT RS – owned by Adam Kappell. Full article: https://goo.gl/f3dxNb
If you feel the regular Ford Mustang GT is a little too mundane for your liking, you may want to consider the Mustang RTR based off Vaughn Gitten Jr.’s famous drift Mustang. Available with two specifications, Spec 1 and Spec 2, the Mustang RTR takes your factory Mustang and transforms it into a mean tire-eating
General Motors hasn’t announced a Nürburgring lap time for the new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE, but based on what we know about this newest Chevy muscle car and what we know about past performances from other Camaros – the ZL1 1LE has a very real chance of laying down supercar-like times at the Nürburgring. Full
The exterior of this ’54 Chevy 3100 pickup is reminiscent of the original, but all the comforts we require for today’s driving demands are now included in this unit. The front clip is from a ’77 Camaro, while under the hood is a 305 CID engine that’s coupled to a TH350-3 speed automatic transmission. The Toyo
1948 Chevrolet pickup 3 Speed Automatic MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.
If You Like Cats,The 1970 Mercury El Gato Concept Car Is For. Blazing at you with a bold lime green paint job, El Gato was produced as a styling exercise for a futuristic-looking Cougar. It has shaved door handles, a chopped roof, and ultracool three-spoke 16″ wheels with new-at-the-time Goodyear Polyglass radials. This cat was
Back in the 1990s and 2000s, it seemed like there was some sort of competition amongst automakers to see who could run the most boost through their engines. The same phenomena occurred in the late 1960s, except instead of forced induction, manufacturers were battling over displacement. That’s how the Dodge Coronet 440 R/T came about.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Pontiac Firebird, so some of you must be totally bummed that you can’t buy a new one anymore. The thing is, you can. Full article: https://goo.gl/KokKQ0