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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 18, 2019

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 18, 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

This 1963 AMC Rambler Wagon 770 Cross Country LS Is A Goldmine

It’s a gold-on-gold beauty! Let’s get one thing straight, the Rambler Classic is called a classic for a reason. It was the name given to an intermediate-sized automobile that was built and sold by AMC (American Motors Corporation) from 1961 through 1966. Upon its initial introduction, the Ramble...
By Michelle Marus Jun 18, 2019

Get Your Hands On This Red Hot 1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS Vert

Who’s ready to feel the wind in their hair? Calling Camaro lovers, everywhere. Seriously, Canyon State Classics welcomes international bidders and ships cars all over the world! On the market this week is a low-mileage 1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS Convertible in Torch Red exterior paint. It’s power...
By Michelle Marus Jun 18, 2019

Cure Your Need For Speed With A 1968 Chevrolet Nova Restomod

Novas have proven themselves to be quite quick when modified the right ways. Some people want to impress everyone by pulling up in a supercar. Other guys are more into something that might not look fast, but then blows everyone away when it smokes rubber. This 1968 Chevrolet Nova restomod is a ...
By Steven Symes Jun 18, 2019

Blown LS3 Makes 2010 Chevrolet Camaro HO35 Edition Super Potent

Eat a few Mustangs and Challengers for breakfast with this monstrosity. Plenty of guys have intimidating-looking Camaros, which really isn’t difficult to accomplish thanks to the aggressive looks of the current and previous generation. But this 2010 Chevrolet Camaro HO35 Edition takes an SS and...
By Steven Symes Jun 18, 2019

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

Modified 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Comes With Surprises

Opening this thing up on the road or track is going to be a blast. While a classic car that’s been preserved exactly the way it was when brand new is amazing, sometimes some nice tweaks make a good thing even better. That’s certainly a good way to look at this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS. It packs...
By Steven Symes Jun 18, 2019

Sweet 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible Wows In Every Way

This C2 is some serious eye candy from any angle. Few cars, American or otherwise, evoke the same kind of response as a classic C2 Stingray. Even among those legends, this 1965 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is drop-dead gorgeous. The car has benefited from an obviously quite thorough body-off ...
By Steven Symes Jun 18, 2019

Relive Your TV Dreams With A 1967 Replica Batcycle

Holy tribute to the original, Batman! Likely you’ve seen the original Batman TV series from the 1960s. While it was quite popular during its original runtime, the show has been kicking around on various stations in reruns for decades, entertaining viewers both young and old. That alone makes th...
By Steven Symes Jun 18, 2019

VIDEO: 1969 Chevelle Gets Challenged To A 500-Mile Road Trip

Getting it home was a chore! While purchasing a car sight unseen is always a risk, this time it turned into a 'resto' project, before even getting it home. Derek Bieri of Vice Grip Garage in Minnesota recently posted a video detailing his experience doing just that. The best part? The 1969 Chevr...
By Michelle Marus Jun 17, 2019
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