This stunning example has been highly modified with custom exhaust, which sounds awesome btw, V8-engine mods, and a two-tone paintjob. Here’s loud engine startup and a couple of smoky burnouts (PLEASE NOTE, on a closed course with professional drivers!) by this oldschool American beast, enjoy!
Beginning in 1961 the Cutlass was the top trim choice for the compact Oldsmobile F-85, but the Cutlass name had its greatest success as a mid-size vehicle, from 1964 through the early ’70’s. The Brand was known to be fast, comfortable and dependable; it remains a formidable and imposing muscle car today. There were a number of Cutlass
This is the first model produced by the Equus Automotive group -building high performance machinery. The company was started by a group of muscle car enthusiasts that wanted to take their chosen sport to a new level on their terms. They felt that there was an untapped market of prospective clients out there that would
CandyApple Red 1965 Ford Mustang “A” Code Convertible 289 4bbl. 4-Speed with GT trim, American Racing wheels & dual redline tires. Also has Rally Pac Gauges with tachometer & clock. This is a classic pony to be proud of!
This is top quality.. a great car! Love the ’66s & ’67s, but prefer the ’66s due to the louvered tail lights. Stunning work by Mark on this one, as well!
Shelby American is throwing a big fat 50th anniversary party for its legendary Super Snake Mustang with a new wide body muscle car. The Shelby Super Snake Wide Body Concept is a sneak peek at a model the Las Vegas-based builder will likely put on sale this fall. (Not to be confused with the Ford
Who doesn’t love a little speed in their life? Watch one of the endless Fast and Furious sequels, and you’re ready to get a speeding ticket on your way home. Sure, you can throw massive engines into a variety of exotic and muscle cars, but what are the fastest cars in the world you can
The Chevelle was produced from 1964 to 1977 in three Generations and came in many body styles, many variations, and a lot of available options. On Chevrolet mid-size “A” body platform it made Chevelle a strong contender in the muscle car market. This line was without a doubt one of the biggest success stories for G.M. and Chevrolet.
I am guilty of project-car neglect. There’s no tear-inducing Sarah McLachlan commercial to that effect, but it, too, is a situation in need of remedy. Too many times, I’ve brought home a stray vehicle, a model I’ve always wanted to build—but a cheap and wretched example of the breed. The price was right; the condition
1976 Chrysler Cordoba V-8 Small Block 3-Speed Automatic MCF thanks Gasteway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.
There are plenty of rare muscle cars in the history of muscle cars. After much calculating, we have honed down the rarest configuration of muscle cars from the era 1966-1971. The winner is the Hemi Convertible from this era.Chrysler made 8,420,000 cars in this time period with only 179 total that were Hemi convertibles sold
Featuring over 300 cherry picks and swarmed by thousands of spectators, lineup of legends sprawls across 11 blocks of downtown. Amid warm temperatures under a bright sunny sky, thousands of car aficionados descended on downtown Santa Barbara on Sunday to admire some of the most head-turning vehicles around. Full article: https://goo.gl/QZhboL
The name Shelby is usually associated with high-performance Ford cars, an association that goes back decades. Carroll Shelby started hot-rodding cars, with Ford Motor Co.’s blessing in the 1960s. He passed away five years ago, but his name, company, and cars live on. The newest Shelby isn’t a muscle car. It’s a truck – the
Car show season kicked off in Saratoga with the Auto Museum’s 15th annual spring show on Sunday. More than 200 classic, sport and muscle cars came out to the Saratoga Spa State Park, all on display for crowds to come out and see. Full article: https://goo.gl/WO5qDt
The car-buying public thought differently of racing in the early 1960s, and the American automakers knew that cars that won races were great tools to drive customers to dealer showrooms. You know the old saying, what “won on Sunday sold on Monday”. This 1964 Ford Thunderbolt is a great example of such a machine, a
The 1969 year sees the elimination of the convertible as well as the 550 and 770 badges. The four door sedan, the wagon, and the two door hard top all available as basic models or with the SST trim package; this package now has simulated louvers in front of the rear wheel wells with other
In case it wasn’t sufficiently clear already, here’s further proof that there is a deep, evenly-split divide in this country—between Ford fanatics and Chevy crazies. Vintage vehicle sales site ClassicCars.com broke down its most searched vehicles by state and found that each brand played host to the most popular vehicle in 20 states… Full article: https://goo.gl/AaWblq
Detroit muscle cars are legendary the world over. Nameplates like GTO, Barracuda, 442 and Marauder bring to mind rumbling exhaust systems and big, smoky burnouts. Keeping this tradition alive in the 21st century is a variety of hopped-up cars that are as emotional as they are speedy. Two of the most famous are Chevrolet’s Camaro
Vintage car enthusiasts all have their favorites. But there’s one iconic vehicle that dominates internet searches — the Ford Mustang. According to the website classiccars.com, the Mustang generated 3,736,942 unique searches in 2016. The Mustang pushed the Ford to its status as the top manufacturer searched for vintage vehicles, followed by Chevrolet. Full article: https://goo.gl/Ee2dzx
Beautiful Mustangs and Cobras all over the place…
Sweet 1968 Dodge Charger loaded with a 426 Hemi and 4-speed… We really like the color! It’s believed to be the only one of its kind.
1948 Chevrolet Sedan 454 CID V8 4 Speed Automatic MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.
This is an unusual classic car an old local car dealer recently acquired from a Los Angeles, California private collection. Its optioned with the top tier “P” Code Thunderbird Special V/8 4bbl. and Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. The colors are the correct Bermuda Blue & Diamond Blue. Enjoy the tour and ride with this special
Mike Hall is selling his five acre auto salvage property that includes over 300 classic junk cars.A house, a shop and a 1,200 sq-ft steel building are included. He claims the cars are worth from $500 to $35,000 each and he started the collection when he was 20. No offers yet so it fair game
Which one would you choose?
That the SD-455 was produced at all was a miracle, given how quickly high-performance became politically incorrect by the early 1970s. Installing it in the Firebird was another challenge because the F-Body line was very nearly canceled after 1972. Sales for ponycars dropped precipitously as younger buyers sought more fuel-efficient cars. Consequently, Firebird sales plunged
Join an Aussie drifter named Alexi as he walks around the Mooneyes Street Car Nationals- a massive hot rod show that goes down in Tokyo every year. The parking lot is thick with muscle cars, but it gets a whole lot more interesting than that. Full article: https://goo.gl/SZP94a