1980 Pontiac Trans Am Navy blue with blue Interior .. Air Conditioning and much more.. It looks amazing!!
Muscle Car Fan in Michigan looking for a Challenger.Many people today are looking for cars to restore. The supply is dwindling and these classic muscle cars are becoming more scarce. I want to add a Dodge Challenger to my car collection. Looking for 1970-1974, any condition. Please call if you have one you’ve been considering
Attending drag racing events at the Naval Auxiliary Air Station in Charlestown, Rhode Island, in the late 1950s and early 1960s left an indelible mark on a young Bob Chaves. Seeing big Chevys, Pontiacs, Fords, and Mopars battle it out for quarter-mile supremacy stirred a longing to one day own a similar machine. Though a
Tucked away in a farmer’s shed in on the Great Plains of America since 1981, the old coupe had a coat of dust thick enough to almost entirely obscure the original Marina Blue paint. There was no hurry to move the 1965 Corvette, “being as we’re right in the middle of harvest,” Travis Snyder said.
“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,
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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
1940 Ford Convertible 350 CID V8 TH-350 MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.
This story begins 47 years ago, when 16-year-old Steve McCraw was a school bus driver for the Cleveland County (North Carolina) School District. His good friend Mitchell Guffey called him to rave about a yellow 1966 Charger he’d noticed parked at a used car dealership in Shelby, North Carolina. Over the next week, Steve mustered
Buried deep in a sea of race cars at the Pomona fairgrounds is the Stock Eliminator pits. The semifinal round of Stock Eliminator at the 1968 NHRA Winternationals is quickly approaching. A nearly unknown racer named John Barkley leans over the left front fender of his dark-blue 1957 Chevy race car. He has already won
My first moments in this new Durango SRT are spent adjusting the heavily bolstered leather seats and flat-bottom steering wheel — it’s important to get these right at a track day. Once settled in, it’s time to look around and gauge my surroundings. From the windshield, turn 1 is clearly marked and easy to spot after peering down the
In a sea of cars that actually included a couple of sea-worthy vehicles, a motorcycle stole the spotlight at VanDerBrink Auctions’ two-day, two-location, no-reserve auction in Norwalk, Ohio, over the weekend. The disbursement of Ron Hackenberger’s massive collection included 700 cars, trucks, vans, buses, motorcycles, scooters, tractors, bumper cars, and horse-drawn buggies. The total for cars, trucks, and motorcycles
The Pigeon Forge Rod Run has been going on for over 30 years.. In this video we put together some of the cool cars cruising around.. This is a show that you have to get to.. A weekend you won’t forget.. Check it out!!
This ’69 Porsche is fine and looking precisely as it did when it came from the factory forty-eight years ago It is also for sale at…goo.gl/qESE4r MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images provided here. click any image for a larger picture
Many people didn’t equate Buicks with high-performance cars, but this 1969 GS Stage 1 4-speed Convertible in sinister triple black proves them all wrong!
A first for me, after two decades of reviewing cars: I never took a single curve in the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, unless you count a swing back to the starting line at Lucas Oil Speedway’s dragstrip. Yet I feel perfectly qualified to give the Demon a big thumbs-up. Because, let’s be honest: No one is
The 2018 Buick Regal GS five-door debuted with 51 additional horsepower and more aggressive styling than the model it replaces. The new Regal GS will carry the performance flag for the redesigned Regal lineup. Duncan Aldred, global vice president for Buick and GMC, said at the Regal’s press introduction: “It follows in a long line of Buick
When Shelby American engineered their sports car (Carroll used to say “sport car” minus the “s”) racing tricks one of the significant things they did to improve handling was to lower the front upper control arms (UCA) an inch from Ford’s placement for better handling. Known as the “Shelby Drop,” it is used on many
Some Ford Galaxies were meant to be family cars… you know, smooth riding, quiet, fairly efficient utility cars indented to get the family from “A” to “B” with minimal fuss and in comfort. This one, however, is a little different. It’s still a pretty comfortable ride, but thanks to it’s no-frills package and dual-quad 427
There were only 15,631 of the ’56 Thunderbird built and this is the lowest production number for any of the 3 years of the G1, two seated “T”bird. This year a little larger V8 became available-the 312 “Y” block and the basic equipment continental kit puts the spare tire on the bumper for a classy
1917 Ford Model T Speedster Replica Flathead V8 3-Speed Manual MCF thanks Gateway Classic cars for the images provided here.
We live in strange times. At one end of the automotive universe right now are pure electric cars rapidly approaching mainstream usability for anyone within a conventional gas tank’s distance of a latte. Development of autonomous cars is plainly visible. Pickup trucks outsell everything in America and yet, there’s still an appetite for 650 horsepower (485kW)
That Dude In Blue, a.k.a. David Patterson, is best known for reviewing newer model cars, but he does do a classic every once and a while, so when he released a review recently on this 1966 Ford Galaxie, we couldn’t wait to take a look. The car is great, and his review is definitely worth