The Chevrolet Division introduced the third-generation Chevy Nova in 1968 on a longer wheelbase that’s just one inch shorter than the mid-sized Chevelle. The car also got a major face lift and dropped the wagon and the hard-top Sport coupe from the lineup as well as the moniker Chevy II. The car was now officially the
1971 Chevrolet Chevelle LS6 Tribute 454 LS6 V8 TM 400 3 Speed Automatic MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images here
The premier vehicle of the Studebaker line up for 1955 is the President. The coupe featured here is powered by a 259 CID V8 and the engine is coupled to a three speed transmission with overdrive. Our thanks to Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.
The Owner Tom Lembeck was very generous to share his car with me to drive. Tom shares there are only about 39 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona’s that came with a Hemi engine.
Some say these cars are never finished, and that holds true especially when a modified car changes hands. In this case, our customer purchased this killer 1969 Chevrolet Camaro as a freshly completed Pro-Touring machine complete with a slick silver paint job and a very cool red leather interior, but the 700+ HP 540-cube Shafiroff
Investing in vintage muscle cars is all the hype nowadays as one 1970 car could cost a whooping millions of dollars in auction. Buyers and sellers, most of them baby boomers, have rekindled their passion for the cars of their generation, prompting high-powered auctions of these classic cars. Financial analysts are even encouraging interested investors
This is one cool Hot Rod but the amazing thing about it is that it has been done for almost 20 years and it looks like it was just finished yesterday.. We don’t think these Cars will ever go out of style.. Very cool.. Check it out!!
This classic American Muscle Car has its #’s matching LS5 engine paired with the Muncie 4-Speed. It is factory correct Bryar Blue and rides on original Rally Wheels. Upgraded with LS6 cam & intake , this Vette will Rock & Roll in the USA!
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
The Porsche Spyder 550 for 1955 was soon to become known as the “giant killer”. The Spyder was first seen by the public at the Paris motor Show in 1953 with production starting shortly after. The car is built low to the ground for cornering, so low in fact, that a German Formula One racer
We’re taking a ride in a 1969 Dodge Daytona Charger in Spring Green Paint with a Black Tail that is amazingly original. The car features the original 426 Hemi engine!
This Ford Falcon is a very nice build…Has a great custom interior….Awesome stance…..Perfect wheel choice…The colors….Perfect…..5.0 Coyote under the hood….Nicely fitted and painted bumpers…..They just nailed it…..Very cool Car!!
“I love the lines on them, they look predatorial.” That’s how restorer Shane Coffelt of Hansville describes his 1972 Dodge Swinger. For 20 years, Coffelt has worked around the world as a saturation oilfield diver, and when he’s not under water, one of his favorite pastimes is fixing up old muscle cars.
Thumbs up for this cool story about a Dad and his son.. This simple small block Chevy V8 setup is a fun car that brings the crew together, and that’s their only goal is to have a good time!
Lets check out this Big Fin Era Suburban ’59 Plymouth Sport 6-passenger Suburban Station Wagon! 1959 was the time of big tail fins and this fine Plymouth classic car / estate wagon is no different…
This 1969 Ford Mustang GT sports several cool features… a rare Indian Fire Red color, a power convertible top, and a 428 Cobra Jet engine under the hood! There weren’t many like this one built…
The Maserati Gran Turismo is a 2+2 coupe, introduced in 2007 at the Geneva Motor Show. The basic offering’s power came from a 4.2-liter, 259-cubic-inch V8 of Ferrari design and produced 405 PS (298 kW; 399 hp). It bolted to a ZF automatic six-speed transmission. This GT (Grand Tourer) had a double wishbone front suspension
Back in the old days, the term ‘pony car’ was used to describe just about every single good-looking sporty car the masses could generally afford to purchase. Now, it seems ‘muscle car’ has taken over completely. However, if you go back to the origin of the two monikers, which is what Car Throttle does in
Dodge’s upcoming Challenger SRT Demon will, definitely, be one of the most anticipated models over at the New York Auto Show. Well, this is the beasty machine that is reportedly strong enough to topple the Hellcat; so, there’s really no surprise there. Full article: https://goo.gl/TA44V4
The premier vehicle of the 1949 Oldsmobile full size line up is the “Oldsmobile 98” and it would stay that way until 1996, although in 1958, the name would change slightly from “98” to “ninety eight”. The vehicle is at the cutting edge of the technology of the time, with a hydramatic automatic transmission option on
Nothing like a good ‘ole LS Mustang combination! This GORGEOUS Teal Foxbody was packing some serious heat at every event we’ve seen it at. First with a wicked single turbo 6.0L set up and lately – a 5.3L Forged motor with twin 76mm turbos, good for at least 1400hp!
2004 Maserati Spyder M138 4.2L V8 FI DOHC manual MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.
For a car sharing the body of a mass-produced Plymouth, the 1970s Hemi ‘Cuda is one heck of a gem for all the muscle car enthusiasts out there: this car is easily worth more than $150,000, and can also very easily outdo the prices of most Ferraris manufactured during the same years. If you want
WANTED 1932 – 1940 Ford Coupe 1950’s Chevy Pickup Private SERIOUS buyer, seeking Private SERIOUS seller. Original or mild Street Rod at a fair price. 1932 – 1940 FORD Coupe Chevrolet 3100 pickup truck or Ford F100 – 1948 – 56 A Mustang 1965 – 1966 or 1969. Chevrolet SSR Unfinished SOLID project considered. Select
That’s what we call PASSION!!
The Trans Am had some visible changes made in 1998 with a new front fascia containing four pop up head lights. The most significant of a number of smaller changes is an addition of a small block V8 to the line-up. There were only 255 Formula Firebird’s assembled in 1998. Another rarely seen item is