Well-preserved 1978 Pontiac Firebird Formula. It's showing just over 47,xxx miles on the odometer and still features the factory interior. It's powered by the 350 V8, backed by a 3 spd automatic trans. Share your thoughts!!
The 1958 Fairlane body lines has been freshened up with a similated hood scoop, revised grill and two head light per side configuration, but the biggest changes are mechanical. There is a new three speed automatic transmission added to the options list alongside the basic three speed manual and the two speed automatic. The basic engine offer is now a new generation 292 CID (4.78 L) putting out 205 hp (153 kW) with the two barrel or upgrading to the new 332 CID (5.4 L) will give 240 hp with the base two barrel or the "interceptor" 4 barrel version develops 265 hp. The ultimate power for '58 is an all new 352 CID (5.77 L) "interceptor" V8 producing 300 hp (224 kW)
Vehicle shown 332 CID V8 2 Speed Automatic
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The first thing I noticed was that it has been Wide Bodied...And that the chromed out 351 in that back has two big eyes staring back at you....At first I walked right by that a Ford GT nose had been grafted on it.... I'm sure if you know what your looking at it goes on from there....Very cool Car...Check it out!!
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Simply throwing a massive motor and better brakes into an old muscle car is a semi-decent formula for bringing a classic back to life, but there's something about a completely detail-oriented retro-mod build that really gets the blood flowing. And it's hard to find a better example of that sort of breed than the flawlessly fixed-up '69 Camaro seen here in the most recent Jay Leno's Garage video.
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Curt Brohard and his brother Allan took 20 years to restore a rare surviving 1906 Stanley steam-powered car. The year this car was built, a Stanley steamer set the world’s land-speed record of over 127 miles an hour.
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ProMedia Events & Publishing, the parent company of the NMCA, NMRA, and the LSX Challenge Series, have revealed their championship and speciality class lineups for the 2017 season, which will once again feature many of the traditional heads-up and index classes that have put each of the series on the map over the years.
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One of America’s most cherished muscle cars is going electric — the Ford Mustang. Ford announced plans Tuesday to make a hybrid version of the Mustang that will be powered by electric motors as well as a gasoline engine.
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