’Cuda was the moniker officially applied to the highest performance versions of the Plymouth Barracuda beginning in 1970. There were, in addition, nine very bright unconventional colors to choose from and a large choice of decal kits, and the shaker hood was also on the options sheet. Added together, these features gave the new ’Cuda a menacing,
Dodge played with the Challenger name in 1958, offering the Silver Dodge Challenger Club Coupe, as an option package for the Coronet, but Dodge used the moniker in 1970 for a new model. The 1970 Dodge Challenger is a pony car and is on the Chrysler “E” body platform, the same as the slightly shorter
Today, cars with factory-installed 426 Hemi V8s are some of the highest-valued Muscle Cars in existence. The lure of limited production quantities and the power of the 426 Hemi combine to drive the pricetags of these cars beyond the average collector. So what’s all the fuss about a Hemi Road Runner? How about quarter mile
This Car is as real of a Street Machine that has ever been shown.. The Car was driven from it’s home to the show.. Like 275 miles.. With a LS under the hood.. A nicely appointed interior.. One that was built to drive and show.. Not the other way around.. Cool Car… Check it out!!
The Series 62 Cadillac, fourth generation is at the forefront in luxurious and new innovations for the 1954 model year. The sedans unique window revel molding gives a sun-visor effect and the coupes have a “Florentine” style backlit rear window with a smooth, curved look. All units have a full width vent across the cowling
The Oldsmobile 4-4-2 in 1971, as well as other high-powered muscle cars, took a major setback with new EPA regulations, which would become more stringent each year. This first year came with the regulation requiring all newly manufactured cars to run on lower octane, unleaded fuel so all compression ratios dropped and with that came a lower horsepower rating
1957 Studebaker Silverhawk 289 CID V8 MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.
The Oldsmobile Rocket 88 for 1959 is longer, lower, and like the rest of the full size GM offers from entry level to the Cadillac is on the B-body. Semi-fastback with a clean more linear look; much less chrome is “in” and the entire 88 collection is on a longer 123 inch wheel base. The
The Z28 moniker originates from the Chevrolet Regular Production Order (RPO) codes and the RPO Z28 is a designated special performance package. The ’68 models have few sheet metal revisions although they have a very different look. The newly introduced Astro ventilation system is fresh air inlets dash mounted which renders the side venting as