Their classic car witnessed the couple emerge as husband and wife for the first time before joining them on a romantic tour of Brittany...
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Here is the story of Brandon Pursley’s 1991 Camaro Z28:
My car is 1991 Camaro Z28 that I bought almost 17 years ago, just after graduating high school. When I tell people that this is my dream car they typically laugh (insert third gen joke), but it actually is. I first saw this car while participating in a high school drag racing event in 1998 at Bandimere Speedway outside Denver, and I even took pics of it then. From that point, I knew that I wanted a black 91-92 Z28 with grey leather and a 5spd.
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After featuring a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat owner who was able to run an 11.08 ¼ mile time with a 100% stock-to-the-tires car, today we bring you a look at a Hellcat Charger owner who was able to run slightly quicker in stock form – seemingly making this car and driver combination the quickest of the Hellcat community in stock form.
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Have you ever had the sudden urge to raise around $10 million to buy a classic Ferrari and ship it to Italy for the Mille Miglia? I did when I first saw pictures of this Ferrari that's headed to auction next month at RM Sotheby's Amelia Island sale.
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By all definitions, classic muscle cars are just cool. However, if you are the kind that lives and breathes classic muscle cars, these cities may be heaven for you. From dealerships, auto repair shops, car show events, car clubs and even a ridiculous number of cars per capita, these cities have it all.
St Louis, MO
With the highest number of car maintenance amenities, this city also has the third highest number of car dealerships in the country according to a study by Movoto. The St. Louis Sports Car Club of America and the Coachmen Car Club makes this city a paradise for every enthusiast.
Las Vegas, NV
This one isn't a surprise. The epitome of consumerism in America, this city is big on cars. The city also attracts international industry players in the exclusive SEMA show. The cars that they arrive in befit their titles.
Just name this the double capital. Sacramento doubles as the state capital and capitol of classic muscle cars on the West Coast. The residents here are big on carpooling with an impressive 12.83%. If you love driving around, this is the city for you; just avoid the rush hour.
Whatever this city lacks in car clubs and carpooling, it makes up with boasting one of the highest number of car shows per capita. Buy cars from the numerous dealerships and catch a festival just about every week.
The yearly auction season starts earlier than ever now. For many attendees on the weekend following the start of the new year, the warmth of central Florida was an added reason for heading to Mecum’s Kissimmee car extravaganza. Held in the Silver Spur Arena inside Osceola Heritage Park, this year found over 3,000 cars offered over 10 days. While there are hundreds of possibilities from prewar classics to European supercars, what Dana and Frank Mecum have been best-known for is raw American muscle. For 2017, they pulled out all the stops with two great collections of vintage racecars, plus added highlights from prestigious noted accumulations nationwide. These are displayed throughout buildings, tents and in Mecum’s exclusive ‘glass house,’ where some of the most desirable cars could be viewed.
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