How many classic car owners can point to the single car in their collection that embodies their automotive education? How many enthusiasts can point to one vehicle that set them on their life path? On both fronts, Adam Martin certainly can. As a sixteen year-old in 1990s Minnesota, Martin used his p...
“I always wanted a V8, manual, rear-drive—and then there was Smokey and the Bandit,” says Gregg Hamilton, “When I moved here to America, [I realized] this is the only place in the world where I can really own one.” Wanting something that’s American, New Zealander Hamilton settled on this...
Generally, when you hear about a situation where he motorists got tangled up with a deer, it’s the car running into the deer, not the other way around. This time, it looks like the opposite is true as the driver behind the wheel of this SUV would come across a deer who seemed to be Read More
The TV Torino was bone stock. They had to dub in sound effects to make it sound like a muscle car. Mid 70s cars were god awful on HP. The movie cars were souped up at least.
Trying to keep up with her age, it's Killin me!!
Liked the show and the car was bad ass but the movie did suck
i think they only used less than 15 gran torinos for the tv show verses dukes of hazard used over 300 68-69 chargers
My dad had the Fast Back with the hood Cowls. Same Red minus the stripe & Same ET Rims! It was AWESOME being driven to School in it in the 70's! The School kids would go Crazy! 😀
I used to haul roll off boxes at St. Paul Ford plant saw 3 train cars of them headed for California studio!!!
The show sucked period
Torino with a hopped up 351 Cleveland I'm sure is a nice set up.But a 340 Duster would eat it's lunch & give him change.
Gabriel Desmeules au fond ltorino jvoulais le mettre comme sa 😂🤣
This is what it looks like when you hit a pot hole in Colorado springs lol
Dukes too lot's of car's. Reasons you don't have one today
Hey an another one gone & another one gone & another one bite's the dust !!! 👀😁💯
Used to watch that show all the time and then the next thing they would switch to a replica car and of course it would have no dents in it they must have thought the public with idiots then as well some of them are common sense unfortunately it's not common anymore
That's funny! I always thought that Ford was a 1975.
Wonder how many of those they trashed making that show