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How Knight Rider's KITT Became A Mustang

The highly controversial return of Knight Rider in 2008 saw KITT shift from a classic Pontiac Trans Am to a Shelby Mustang. The black Pontiac Trans Am of Knight Rider fame will forever be one of the world’s most famous on-screen cars. This automotive star captured the imagination of millions wi...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 24, 2019

Hear Me Out: The Fourth Generation F-Body Market Is On Fire

As someone who has been through all the valuations of LS1-equipped Camaros and Firebirds, I want to weigh in on the current state of the models in the market. For the sake of full disclosure, I am an f-body person, and have been since I was 12 years old and the 4th-generation of the Pontiac an...
By Elizabeth Puckett Mar 22, 2019

Belle Meade Collection Offers Everything From Muscle To Luxury

RM Sotheby’s up and coming Fort Lauderdale auction is packed full of ‘must have’ classic and collector cars. Amongst these impressive four-wheeled stars, set to cross the auction block on March 29-30, 2019, are 17 prestigious vehicles from the Belle Meade Collection. Ranging from a pristine Ponti...
By Tyler Heatley Mar 12, 2019

How The World’s Most Famous Shelby GT500 Was Born

The star of Gone in 60 Seconds wasn't Nicolas Cage or Angelina Jolie - it was this custom 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 famously known as 'Eleanor' Remaking a classic film, while commonplace these days, is always risky business. In reimagining the script, you chance tarnishing the reputation of the ...
By Tyler Heatley Feb 04, 2019

13 Long-Lost Ford Mustang Concept Cars

The Ford Mustang is so much more than just another model the blue oval produces. This car has come to define its breed and is now a staple of the automotive landscape, both in America, and abroad. You only need to say 'Mustang' and most people know you're talking about that particular model of ca...
By Tyler Heatley Jan 17, 2019

UK Government Releases Historic MoT Rules – It's Good News!

The long-awaited UK MoT exemption rules have been released, and owners of historic cars, especially specials and modified classics, can breathe a sigh of relief The UK's Department for Transport has released the long-awaited definition of a Vehicle of Historic Interest (VHI), which will define t...
By David Lilywhite Dec 18, 2017

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