This custom 1933 Chevrolet Roadster Convertible has a Turbo-charged Pontiac V6 engine coupled to an automatic transmission-a perfect street machine-complete with all mechanical upgrades needed to make it safe.
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Nothing ignites the adrenal glands while sitting in the driver’s seat like an American muscle car. Powerful engines. Masculine body designs. High-performance driving. Plenty of enjoyment waits to be had on the open road. Muscle cars have gained popularity in recent years, but how are cash-strapped Americans affording them?
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If you have an overachieving brother/sister/cousin/friend (or whoever), you might know this feeling well; it can be tough to live up to those standards. In many ways, that notion can also describe the Mercury Cougar and its pioneering Ford Mustang sibling. Quite the act to follow, no?
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Some of us may fondly remember the Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] F-150 SVT Lightning. Introduced in 1993, it was a performance pickup with a more powerful V-8 under the hood and some brake and suspension upgrades to help it stop and handle better.
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Pull out the checkbooks and start saving your Christmas cash, the 2017 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction is nearly upon us.
And that means we will be seeing some serious collectible metal cross the block, including a trio of sought after Chevrolets.
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