The “W” engine is evolving into the “Mark IV” which differs in combustion chamber shape and the valves also sit slightly differently in the heads. The firing chamber is solely in the block in the W which makes for a quick drop in the power curve around 6500 rpm. The Mark IV engine has a
Vipers Going Loud.. Loud Revs.. Hard Acceleration.. Great Sound!
Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale saw about 170 cars cross the block on the second day of car auctions, including several vintage Ford Mustangs and 25 cars from the Charlie Thomas Collection. The auction began at 2 p.m., with the first live television broadcast of the year running on Velocity starting at 4 p.m. Another round of “automobilia” auctions
The times, they are a-changin’ for the iconic Ford Mustang. For decades, the pony car was all about straight-ahead, tire-burning performance and affordable style. But for the 2015 edition of the ‘Stang, Ford celebrated the 50th anniversary of all-American muscle by turning the mean machine into more of a sports car. Full article: https://goo.gl/np2nwb
Take a look at this very nice 1969 Dodge Dart powered by a 318CID V8 and a A904 Torqueflite 3spd Auto transmission. The motor features 509/292 Cam, Demon 650CFM carb, new intake and headers. Rear end is a 8 3/4 with 3.91 gears and Moser axles. Power steering. This car is very clean inside and out!
This Studebacker Commander Regal did not look this good when it rolled off the assembly line in1934.The four door sedan is the epitome of original, with matching numbers and as proven by the awards it has won. 221 CID In-line-8 cylinder 3-Speed Manual $99,000 Buy it here: goo.gl/BBEZkF MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images
This yellow Dodge might look like a regular Dart at first glance, but as the owner explains, the Dart Charger is a very rare car that was marketed by Dodge dealers in Southern California as a high-performance Dart.
The car’s Owner is Tom Lembeck. He’s had the car since 2013. This car is one of two build with original paint color F6 Spring Green Metallic…
This “thing” looks old, but drives modern!!
What makes the Ford Mustang great is not just because it is a fast muscle car to own. In fact, the Mustang is more than just a vehicle that is built for looks, status and speed. The vehicle has got a much softer side which many are not aware of and today we found proof
Back in the 1960s, the muscle cars from Yenko Chevrolet of Canonsburg, Pennsylvania were highly regarded for their performance modifications. And today the cars are among the most collectable of that era. Full article: https://goo.gl/8dbZXE
One of it’s first shows….This Car has a bunch of “Eleanor” influences but done to a whole nother level….A supercharged 5.0 Coyote under the hood….A totally custom interior…With out one switch or button….Everything works through the IPad mounted in the center of the dash….Wheels with Copper centers….Man!….This is one very cool Ford Mustang…..Have your say
Those folks attending the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit this week will have no problem recognizing what the Dodge brand is all about – with a gorgeous spread of colorful high performance cars and a chance to drive a Hellcat Challenger in the virtual world. Full article: https://goo.gl/2wGXh5
We are looking at a 1960 Buick Electra 225 Convertible in casino cream paint…
Rumours are running wild through-out automotive media that Chevrolet was about to begin production of a vehicle to compete against Ford’s Mustang starting in early 1965. Smoke and mirrors is the name of the game; but a new model code named “Panther” is indeed on the Chevy Divisions agenda. John L. Cutter, Chevy’s public relations secretary
This turbo cobra is running a Precision 98mm turbocharger stuffing air into a small block Ford V8!
Great Muscle Car compilation!
A highly modified 1st generation Camaro… Late model front end.. Twin Turbo under the hood.. underside just as nice as the body.. Amazing Car!