Die-hard gearheads are often aware of forgotten models, but when you say “muscle car,” these three machines may not spring to mind, though they should.
Each decade seems to bring with it its own automotive fads. Here are five of our favorites from the 1950s to now.
What’s the best race scene that’s ever been committed to film? Here are five top contenders.
So you want a muscle car but are bored of seeing yet another Mustang or Camaro at your local cruise-in spot. There’s nothing wrong with those cars, but they aren’t … Continue Reading 7 Modern Muscle Car Alternatives You Can Still Afford
Over the years, there have been all kinds of packages and sub-models for GM’s answer to the Mustang and the champion of all pony cars, the Camaro. From the base … Continue Reading The Ultimate COPO Camaro: 50 Years of The ZL-1 Camaro
Movie cars prove that not all Hollywood stars can be nominated for an Oscar. Admit it, there are some films you watch just for the cars.
Plans sometimes have a way of snowballing, especially when it comes to building a car. Just about every gearhead has a story about how “it started out as a brake … Continue Reading Red Dirt Hot Rod – Supercharged 1969 Plymouth Road Runner
Muscle cars are the driving force behind the entire automotive aftermarket. Sure, there are other vehicle types, but the main focus for the entire industry begins with the muscle car. … Continue Reading 2018 SEMA Show: Pure Muscle
Protruding from the floor is the Hurst shifter; long and lean in all its chrome glory. As the factory-installed Sun brand tachometer calls out the engine speed from its perch … Continue Reading Rambler Scrambler – All About The 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler!
The Specialty Equipment Manufacturing Association, more commonly known as “SEMA”, has been hosting its trade show since 1967, and this year was one of the biggest I have seen in … Continue Reading 2017 SEMA Show – Recapping The World’s Largest Automotive Event