Some of the classic autos and memorabilia in Gary Miller's new showroom might look familiar.
They belonged to Bob Taylor, who retired in October after 37 years of owning Bob Taylor's Classic Auto in Bloomington.
"When I go up to his place, it looks like I didn't sell out because he bought so much of my stuff," said Taylor. "It brings back memories of my car lot."
Taylor has agreed to mentor Miller in setting up and operating Gary Miller's Classic Auto in 6,500-square-foot showroom in a former RV sales office at 100 Classic Auto Lane, El Paso. The site is just off Route 24 and Ford Drive near the Interstate 39 exit.
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Pontiac GTOs, Hemi ‘Cudas, Olds 442s, Shelbys, big-block Corvettes – American muscle cars were back with a vengeance during 2016. High-horsepower Detroit iron gained in value, not just among the expected Boomer generation but with younger performance enthusiasts who embrace the classic muscle of the 1960s and early ’70s.
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We are bringing you some very special Chevelles in the March 2017 issue, including one of the most significant—and in some ways mysterious—Chevelle finds ever. Our cover car is a low-VIN 1970 Chevelle SS396 built with a very strange mix of 1969 and 1970 components. You will have to read the whole story to find out why its owner believes it to be a pilot car for the 1970 model year, and to help us figure out how it escaped Chevrolet’s crusher and wound up a rusty old street race car in someone’s backyard.
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Neither Norrine nor Calvin Gray remember which anniversary it was. They've had 54 of them. But it was probably the late 1990s as they cruised down Canyon Boulevard in Palm Springs, California, when they both spied it on the side of the road near a boutique.
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Designed and engineered for world-class precision, the new 2017 Dodge Challenger GT all-wheel drive (AWD) delivers the performance, power and all-weather capability to carve through some of the worst weather Mother Nature can dish out.
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The 1972 model has the 442 as a trim option (option W-29) for the Cutlass, not a stand-alone model as it was in '71. The Hurst/Olds Cutlass 442 version is the pace car for the Indy 500 and the Oldsmobile Division produces 630 clones of them with about 160 units of these are convertibles.
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