Onyx Black 1957 Chevrolet BelAir Sport Coupe Classic Car – Knee Deep in black & chrome, this fifty-seven is pure heaven, a slice of Americana, a sweet bite of American Classic Car Cherry Pie baby!
We’re looking at a 1959 Cadillac Caddy Eldorado Biarritz Convertible with automotive iconic tail fins. This 1950’s car represents the most photographed back end of the any car with these great tail fins. Many automotive enthusiasts would debate the rear end of this car represents the greatest car tail fins on any production car.
The 1970s embodied so many things. The first half was the end of an era, a last hurrah for muscle car–generation horsepower. With the noose of stricter smog regulations rapidly tightening around the necks of automakers, enthusiasts snatched up the last-crop of less restricted muscle cars while they could. The decade saw cars grow in
We take a fully-flexed ride in Bromley Howser’s beloved 1969 Dodge Charger packing HEMI power and a four-speed through the Mojave Desert just outside of Colton, California.
We recently received a report from our friends at ClassicCars.com outlining the most searched for classic automobiles on a state-by-state basis and it should come as little surprise to our readers that the classic Ford Mustang was tops in the search results with 1965 and 1967 model years being the most popular. The Mustang ranked
The Chevy II was a compact car produced by Chevrolet between 1962 and 1979 in four distinct Generations; all with rear wheel drive. The model name plate was dropped from the line up for a few years. In 1985 an all new fifth generation Nova did make its appearance as a sub-compact front wheel drive unit. The
1955 Oldsmobile Super 88 324 CID V8 4-Speed Automatic MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images provided here.
Pontiac GTO 1964 The GTO for the ’64 and ’65 model years were an optional power package for the Pontiac Tempest. The base package came with a four barrel Carter AFB carburetor, but there was also a further option of “tri-power”-three two barrel Rochester carburetors then add the standard floor mounted four speed transmission with the
Talk about a cool car….This is one cool Car…572 HEMI under the hood…..Over 800HP…..A Steve Holcomb Pro Auto Custom Interior….A one off custom grill….Just as cool as it gets….Check it out!!
In theory, the driver of a Dodge Challenger Hellcat lining up next to a fifth-gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 at the drag strip has nothing to worry about. After all, the two muscle beasts are separated by well over half a second when it comes to the quarter-mile sprint. However, as real-life Christmas Tree encounters will
If you live anywhere near Lincoln, Nebraska, listen up! On Saturday June 17, the Goodguys Rod and Custom Association will be putting on the 3rd annual Day at the Hay with Speedway Motors. The event will be filled to capacity with cool cars, cool people, and infinitely good times. The happening will be at the
The collector car hobby and hot rodding in general lost one of the true legends of the sport/hobby when Vic Edelbrock Jr. passed away peacefully June 9, from complications of a cold. He was 80-years-old. Edelbrock Jr. took over as president and CEO of Edelbrock at the age of just 26 following the sudden passing
The Chevrolet Camaro SS against the new Ford Mustang GT. Not only are both packing around 430 horsepower, but they both have the most aggressive handling packages available with their respective performance packs!!
Just a super nice survivor.. true time capsule!
Corvette C6 takes on SRT 8 Jeep Grand Cheeroke!
When Ford announced its plans to use an application process to decide who would receive its first 500 Ford GT supercars, we assumed Jay Leno would no doubt make the exclusive list. Unsurprisingly, Leno got an allocation, and now it seems he’s finally received his car. Leno introduced his GT to the world via his
“Every time someone asks why I built a ’56, I always have a memorable moment,” said soft-spoken Frank Devlin, squinting like he was in some kind of ethereal light. “I tell them that my oldest brother Jim taught me how to drive in his ’56, and in honor of him, I built this car. Then
The Power Tour is a Mecca for all manner of motor’d madness. At each venue the show is packed with just about any kind of car candy one could hope to see. But that’s not what really makes the event special. Anyone can cruise into their local car show, fold out a lawn chair, and
In a landscape where manufacturers are putting out performance cars with numbers that look more like SAT scores than horsepower or torque outputs, Saleen Automotive and its amped-up power strategy has lost a bit of its wow factor. So, it’s adding a little extra visual flair to its current product line. Drawing on its history,
An internal combustion engine is the most common form of power on the road today. The firing chamber can use diesel, gasoline, propane, and natural gas to produce the power, but whether the vehicle is a tractor-trailer highway rig or a small subcompact, most of them share the same basic principles to operate the engine and drive
This is just a quick video of Jeff Tittle’s 1970 Chevrolet Nova. It’s powered by a pretty healthy 355 small block, backed by a Super T-10 four-speed, and a 9 inch Ford rear w/3.55 gears. He wanted to keep the original “Granny car” look, but have a little more performance to go along with it.
The car’s being shown by Alex Levesque. Alex is Owner of the Automotive Mentor Group which does auto body restoration and who restored this car. Alex shares for 24 years he’s been taking Chicago Gang Members off the street and providing them skills in the automotive field to help them on a career path in