The last year of the first Generation “GM F body” (compact) Camaro is 1969 and either as a coupe or convertible with 2+2 seating are the options. The power options include a six cylinder and a choice of six V8’s The standard vehicle would have a 302 V8, but the ultimate choice is the 427 cu
The first 427 block has a large (4.23″-107.442 mm) bore and if a casting core was moved even slightly then it could render the casting useless, both are problems that increase building costs. Ford needs an engine about the same size, but easier and less expensive to manufacture. The engineers begin by taking features they have
Big Block American Muscle Car!
A 1 of 5 made 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda 440+6 4-speed convertible. With all the great features, styling, and performance, you’d think there would have been millions of these cars sold!
Got your attention? Two girls for every boy I got a ’34 wagon and I call it a Woodie (Surf City here we come) Well it was probably a Ford wagon as they were one of the car manufacturers of that era that made Woodies. The Woodie was a utility vehicle or station wagon that
This from John C who lived in Bloomington MN at the time of his story. Thanks for the story John. First car When I turned 16 I bought a 71 Plymouth Satellite Sebring. Paid $700 for it with paper route money and a small loan from my dad. Mild 318 with a Carter carb
That’s what we call PASSION!!
The Pick of the Day is one of the most desirable of big-block muscle cars, a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 coupe, which the seller says is an all-original survivor that looks as good and runs as well as when it came out of the factory. Full article: https://goo.gl/6wus0F
Dodge has been slowly peeling away the layers of the 2018 Challenger SRT Demon before its world premiere at the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) in April. The latest teaser titled “Multiplication” previews the upcoming performance halo car’s impressive launch force. Full article: https://goo.gl/uqx2cO
As a classic muscle car enthusiast, it can be frustrating trying to own your dream car while on a tight budget. However, maybe the problem is that you are looking for in the wrong places. Here are some of the best drivable, interesting and more importantly, affordable classic muscle cars. 1970-1971 Ford Torino GT and
From about 2001 or 2002. All day long racing with some good prize money. A lot of closeup shots racing and interviews with some of the racers. Might have a few of your racing friends in this video from Ubly Michigan
These Street Legal race race car are being offered for sale to the public…..This one has a Lingenfelter LS7 ….Tube frame…..Four-wheel vented Wilwood disc brakes….And if you want to cruise around in comfort you can get A/C and power windows…Very Cool Car!! You like it??
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Here is a classic 1967 Pontiac Firebird Convertible. This is a 350 powered example and is in excellent shape. The engine runs strong, this is practically a muscle car! Enjoy the video!
290 HP 302, 4-speed, sway bars front and rear, disc brakes… and of course, the good looks of the stripes, spoilers, and window slats…
Guess the year,make, and model of this concept car.
The original FirePower Hemi has a bore of 3.815 inches and the stroke is 3.625 inches offering 331 cu in displacement from 1951 until 1955. The engine produces 180 bhp with the two barrel carter carburetor although for the ’55 model year the Chrysler C-300 is equipped with dual Carter WCFB four barrel carburetors. ©
While a manual ZL1 will hit 60mph in first gear, for an extra $2395, Chevy will throw in the 10-speed automatic that Ford also uses in the new Raptor. That’s great, because it will give you a 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds quite consistently, as well as a quarter mile run in 11.4 seconds
While organizing a special Icons of Design category for the annual Eyes on Design car show in 2016, I caught wind of a special Hemi-powered Mopar hidden away in the Great White North. Apparently a private individual has quietly built up a world-class collection, the Manny Collection in Ontario, Canada, that consists mainly of unrestored
The Valiant was a two-door post with a bench seat. It had a Hurst shifter four-speed transmission and a 273-cubic-inch V8. I‘ve never come across a car like it in all these years. Full article: https://goo.gl/1ELlXR
We’re plenty familiar with burly pickup trucks, right? Sure, they are powerful for towing and hauling, but that’s fat-strong, like the beefy guys who crush towering rec league softball home runs. What about fit-strong pro athletes? Yep, there is actually a group of fast-as-stink pickups that can run with anyone, and you didn’t even need
As a highlight of the third era of the American muscle cars, the Corvette had an impressive run; 1968 -1982. It was, therefore, apparent that the next release by GM would be cutting-edge. High expectations were rife with some Corvette enthusiasts anticipating a move to a mid-engine chassis to resemble the Italian exotics, while others
In 1976, to commemorate Pontiac’s 50th year, a special black with gold highlights anniversary edition of the Trans Am was on showroom floors. The 1977 model had a more slanted nosed than the ’76. From 1977 until 1981, all models came with four square headlights. A 1977 Firebird option was the T/A 6.6-liter engine with