The car’s Owners are Gary & Pam Beimke. Gary shares how he received documentation of a prototype 1971 Daytona and he and Pam decided to build one and completed it in 2001. Well, when they created this one they decided to create a 1971 Plymouth Superbird too and completed it in 2003. What do you
We head to Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs for the 90th running of the world’s most famous mountain race; the Pikes Peak International Hillclimb. We follow Jess Neal and Morgan Combes as they attempt to make it to the top of the treacherous 12.5 mile course in a 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda…
The third generation 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air has been re-done top to bottom. The model is lower than previously, it is also heavier and longer, with a choice of seven body styles this year. This is the first year the Impala nameplate is used by Chevy, but only offered as a coupe or a convertible. For
Some call them Modern Muscle Cars, but we’re not trying to get caught up in the semantics. We’re just here to share some awesome high-performance machines. This 2011 Nickey Performance Stage III S 427 Camaro bridges the gap between today’s Technology and one of the names that started it all, Nickey Chevrolet, and is an
This 1968 Mustang Luxury Convertible with GT options is beautiful with Candy Apple Red paint and white deluxe interior!
Here is a story about a $50 Prison Car, 70 Challenger RT 383 Restored by one of our Muscle Car Fans. “Hey there, you told me to send you some pics of my car so that you could feature it. It’s a 1970 Dodge Challenger RT an original 383 with air and slapstick auto car.
The Cutlass is the top trim level for the Oldsmobile Divisions lineup in ’64. This particular unit is eye candy for any MCF, at more than fifty years young, it is a rare example of a top performing 60’s muscle car. There is a 428 cubic inch V8 under the hood, a flawless metallic silver paint job
Watch this .. Just Watch it .. enough said…
An old generation fan and new generation fan get to drive each others ride with amicable results.
Very nice stang… color, wheels.. sweet…
The mystique of the Continental Mark IV. Beautiful Rose Diamond color. Would look great on the new Continental. For 1972 this was one GREAT ride. Beautifully designed exterior and interior …
One hella mean Mopar beast, a blown 1970 Dodge Challenger burning rubber like crazy, enjoy!
This truck was BUILT to HAUL ASS and take names! Running a simple Nitrous setup on a Small Block Chevy, this gutted and caged Chevrolet C10 Pick up truck provided a shocking amount of competition!
1902: Studebaker enters the car business with an electric model MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for this image of a 1963 Studebaker Grand Turismo Hawk 289 V8 – 4 Speed Manual Studebaker enters the car business with an electric model in 1902
1968 Chevrolet ChevelleSS 396 CID V8 TH400 3-Speed Automatic MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images provided here.
“Driving this car through the hills is a great experience. There’s really nothing else on your mind when you’re going through the gears, and onto the brakes into a corner, and then accelerating through…” says Addison Lee. “There’s nothing else that you’re thinking about…it’s almost like taking a vacation after going for a drive in
One of our Muscle Car Fans, who does not want to be name, shared his 1967 Camaro with us that he bought new in 1967 when he was a young man in High School. He walked into the local showroom, paid cash and drove it home, where it still resides 50 years later. The car
Who would like to roll with this one?
For those of you who haven’t heard, Plymouth Superbirds and Dodge Charger Daytonas are rare. Of course, they built the cars specifically so they could be run in “stock car” races of the day – races sanctioned by NASCAR, USAC and ARCA. Many of the cars were later rebodied as model years changed and quite
“OK, if we do it, it needs to be a 1971 Hemi ‘Cuda, unrestored, a High Impact color, a build sheet, a four-speed, and from the original owner.” Lars Skroder was talking with his brother Tor when he said those words back in February 2013. The brothers began collecting quality muscle cars some years ago,
Henry Ford apparently had “several” boats during his life, built between 1920 and 1924. This particular one – the last of eight built – is the only one that exists today. It’s also the only one to have been ordered by Henry himself. It was named Evangeline, after Ford racing driver Raymond Dahlinger’s wife. More
Wow – what a car! One of the most unbelievable cars I’ve ever seen! So futuristic! If this went into full production – just think what it might have done to the luxury car market!
I prefer original cars myself. However hard to find fault with this old gal. She is quite the machine!
Stunning American Muscle Car classic, a 1970 Dodge Charger R/T with the 440 cid 7.2-liter Big Block V8 engine, and this time in a more rarer exterior colour called Petty Blue. And naturally the exhaust sound is pretty awesome even at low rpm, enjoy!