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1969 Buick Riviera Puts Fine American Styling On Display

This was an unapologetically brash full-size coupe back in its day. In the late 1960s you had several options for making a statement with your car in America. One that many people preferred were the various muscle cars. This 1969 Buick Riviera was powerful and stylish, but it went in a differen...
By Steven Symes Jun 19, 2019

Classic Car Club Of America Preserves History For Future Gener...

Appreciating classic cars is something everyone should enjoy. Since 1952, Classic Car Club of America has been working to collecting and preserving some of the finest cars from around the globe. The organization also helps educate the public and boost appreciation for the fine craftsmanship fou...
By Steven Symes Jun 19, 2019

Modded 1968 Ford Bronco Dresses To Impress

Can they even cram more awesomeness into a single SUV? There are few vintage off-road vehicles which will cause quite the same stir as this 1968 Ford Bronco. It makes a strong statement from the moment you first lay eyes on it, thanks to an almost electric paint job and some bold modifications....
By Steven Symes Jun 19, 2019

2006 Ford GT Is A Domestic Exotic Supercar

You know people are going to mistakenly think this thing is a Ferrari. Your average person has no idea that Ford has made a supercar, which is partly what makes this 2006 Ford GT so awesome to drive through any city. It will draw plenty of stares because it looks absolutely wild. Fortunately th...
By Steven Symes Jun 19, 2019

Classic Car Club Of America Wants You To Know Proper Classic C...

Just knowing what things are called on newer cars isn’t enough. One of the quickest ways to let gearheads know your naïve about cars is to call a specific part a “thing” or even worse, the wrong name. Car culture is full of shibboleths or anachronisms that the average person either doesn’t unde...
By Steven Symes Jun 19, 2019

Cruising In A Restomod 1960 Cadillac Series 62 Is Transformative

This thing is definitely low and you’ll look great driving it slow. Make a dramatic appearance everywhere you go with this customized 1960 Cadillac Series 62. The convertible rides super low, as you can see, plus it packs modern power and other upgrades. A custom White Pearl paint job pairs we...
By Steven Symes Jun 19, 2019

A 1932 Packard 903 Victoria Super Eight In Your Driveway Will ...

This classic is perfect for cruising with the top down, too. When you think of classic American cars, it’s easy to focus on more humble roots like the Ford Model T. Detroit was also home to some pretty luxurious rides which transported the affluent from home to country club and anywhere else th...
By Steven Symes Jun 19, 2019

Bruiser Conversions Honcho Step Side Is A Cool Custom Jeep Pickup

Forget the Jeep Gladiator and go for something way better. People are going crazy about the new Jeep Gladiator, paying well over MSRP to get their hands on the newest production Jeep truck in almost thirty years. If you’re smart, you’ll go with a Honcho Step Side from Bruiser Conversions. It lo...
By Steven Symes Jun 19, 2019

Arizona Barn Find 1957 Cadillac Coupe DeVille Is A Cool Projec...

While it might have lots of character now, you can do all sorts of things with this Caddie. Classic cars are a wonderful thing to own, but buying one that’s already been fully restored means you miss out on the fun. Taking something which once was glorious but now is in rough condition, then wo...
By Steven Symes Jun 18, 2019

Ultimate Modern Classic: 2001 Bullitt Edition Mustang GT

Few were made, and even fewer are still around! In 2001, Ford produced the first movie car tribute in the form of a 2001 Mustang Bullitt Edition. This car is loaded up with options to make it standout from the other 2001 Mustangs built that year. Ford gave it unique looks on the exterior and int...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jun 18, 2019

Restomod 1954 Chevrolet 3100 Is A Dream Hot Rod

This truck is oozing with style, while packing modern power. When done tastefully, restomods an actually enhance what was already good about an old vehicle. Many will find the modifications used for this 1954 Chevrolet 3100 to be excellent. The result is an old truck that looks amazing while ru...
By Steven Symes Jun 18, 2019

1964 Studebaker Commander Wagonaire Lives Up To Its Name

Also, a really cool piece of history. This original 1964 Studebaker Commander Wagonaire is an untouched example of American history. Introduced in 1963, it represents one of the more unique designs when it came to wagons, especially in the ‘60s. The evolution of the station wagon is an accurate...
By Michelle Marus Jun 18, 2019

VIDEO: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am Driven From Grave

Like a true Phoenix rising from the ashes, this Trans Am gets its redemption! Lance, from Turnin Rust, has a friend who has been driving Trans Ams around since he was younger, and now Lance is going to take a look. He’s heading out to check out some of the cars he still has, to see what he has...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jun 18, 2019
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Here's A 2nd Chance To Own A Trans Am SE Bandit Edition

This Trans Am Worldwide Camaro is the Pontiac Muscle Car everyone hoped for. In 2007, when word got out about the Camaro making its big come back, Pontiac fans were filled with excitement at the possibility that the Trans Am could do the same. Although that hope was crushed in 2009 when GM dro...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jun 18, 2019

The First Two Pontiac Firebirds In The Muscle Car Market

These represent Pontiac's entrance into the muscle car market! Powered by Pontiac’s 326 cubic inch V8 and backed by an automatic transmission, VIN 001 was a convertible that featured a Regimental Red exterior on a deluxe red interior, power brakes and steering, cruise control, and a very rare, f...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jun 17, 2019

This Highly Collectible 1978 Corvette Pace Car Has Only 99 Miles

Low mileage and upline powertrain options make this 1978 Corvette Pace Car a top collector’s pick. The Chevrolet Corvette remains a staple of homebred automotive dominance. As a Pace Car for the Indianapolis 500, it's stepped into the respected position more times than any other model – serving...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jun 14, 2019

Porsche Speedster Replica Has Over 100 Trophies To Its Name

This stunning replica 356 was crafted in the late 1990s and is clearly an exceptional build despite its lack of originality As Porsche’s first foray into the world of production cars, the 356 stands as Genesis to many attributes that today we perhaps take for granted. Back in the 1950s, cars wer...
By Max Holder Jun 11, 2019

1933 Buick Series 90 Has Left Historians In A Spin

This 1933 Buick has opened debate between vehicle historians. Regardless of its exact identity, the car certainly has links to the Dutch Royal Family As it stands, any example of Buick’s Series 90 is rare to come by. Oozing a decadent art deco mantra that screams of luxury and cultural dominanc...
By Calum Brown Jun 11, 2019

Lordy! 2005 Lexus IS300 Is Powered By Toyota's 2JZ-GTE Turbo Unit

This 2005 Lexus IS300 is unlike most. Powered by Toyota's 2JZ-GTE Turbo engine, you've got the perfect blend of power and comfort Unless you are proficient in the way of Lexus, the IS300 appears rather bland. As a styling exercise to stir the soul and engage the driver, the ‘baby Lexus’ provides...
By Calum Brown Jun 10, 2019

Tastefully Modified 1992 Mazda FD RX7 Is Discounted For Veterans

Some Mazda RX7s are butchered in search of modified nirvana. Here's one that hits the nail on the head, and is discounted for veterans and active military personnel. Be still our beating heart. The perfect Mazda FD RX7 has surfaced for sale with Driver Motorsports. Presented as a Montego Blue, ...
By Calum Brown Jun 10, 2019

AMS Alpha 7 GT-R With 700 Horsepower Is Up For Grabs

This three year old GT-R has had $70,000 spent on it and has just 17,000 miles on the odometer. From humble beginnings to one of the most rapid cars money can buy, the GT-R has always been king of power, they even called the R32 Godzilla, now that’s a legacy. GT-R’s have always had a way of shoe...
By Max Holder Jun 10, 2019
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