It’S Hard To Match Ocd-Level Crispness On This ’66 Chevy Nova Ss, Fitments Are Flawless

Many auto enthusiasts agree that a vehicle’s greatness can be measured by how thrilling it feels behind the wheel. But I tend to disagree. A car’s greatness is best measured not only by how raucous it grips the tarmac but by the quality and design of the build. That said, love, at first sight might … Read more

Dusty 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Comes Out Of The Barn With Holy-Grail Tri-Power V8

Built from 1963 to 1967, the Chevrolet Corvette C2 is a highly desirable classic for many reasons. For starters, it’s the shortest-lived iteration of the American sports car. Second, it’s the sexiest Corvette of the 1960s. Third, it was sold with some of Chevrolet’s most iconic V8 engines. I could go on with things like … Read more

1961 Chevrolet Corvette Pumps Out 650 Hp From Lt4 Hidden Under Orion Silver Body

The Chevrolet Corvette is a car that needs no introduction. America’s favorite (and presently) only sports car impresses in the most current incarnation, but the nameplate is so powerful that even past iterations can steal the headlines on a constant basis.If you’re on the lookout for impressive Corvettes in various guises, then auctions are the … Read more

These 1969 And 1970 Dodge Chargers Spent Decades In A Barn, They Need Help

If I had a dollar for every second-generation Dodge Charger that’s waiting for a second chance at life in a barn, I’d have enough to buy a fully restored 1969 example. Okay, maybe not that much, but there must be a few good thousand of them waiting to be restored. And these three are in … Read more

Restored 1966 Ford Fairlane R-Code Shows Only 4,931 Original Miles

Not to be confused with the Fairlane for Australia, the American model became a go-faster legend with the introduction of the Thunderbolt, of which 100 units were produced for 1964. Revised in 1966, the Fairlane lineup welcomed the R-Code package mid-year to qualify the 7.0-liter V8 and Top Loader four-speed manual tranny for the NHRA … Read more

Scratch That Classic Pickup Itch With This Ls-Powered 1970 Chevrolet C10

Don’t give a flying hoot about the new Toyota Tacoma and other modern-day pickups, but would still want something with an open bed behind the cabin for the occasional hauling, preferably with a punchy engine under the hood? Look no further than this Chevrolet C10. Part of the second generation made from 1967 to 1972, … Read more

Play Lego At The Highest Level With This Dismantled, All Numbers Matching Charger 440 R/T

Care for a real-life Lego? Then this all numbers-matching 1970 Dodge Charger 440 R/T might be the biggest challenge for your assembling skills, but get ready for some fixes here and there.Dodge introduced the second generation of the Charger in 1968 and built it until 1970. It made a few changes for the 1969 and … Read more

The Last Ride Pontiac: The Original Resurrected ’69 Judge That Advertised The 2004 Gto

This Pontiac is one of the rarest Judges from early 1969 and comes with a Hollywoodian life story. Found in decrepit condition, rescued and brought back to life and superstardom. This particular GTO was bought by its current owner in 1998 – the video shows photos of the car from back then. It was not … Read more

Rare 1971 Pontiac Trans Am Saved After 40 Years In Storage Flaunts 455 Ho Muscle

Most classic cars end up in long-term storage due to mechanical issues that their owners never got around to fixing. And they emerge back into the light decades later with severe rust issues. However, some end up sitting in barns or garages as partly restored projects. This 1971 Pontiac Trans Am is one of those … Read more

This 1967 Pontiac Firebird Is Complete But Rough, Wrecked But Fascinating

If you’re in the market searching for a Firebird but don’t want to spend a fortune on a tip-top shape, here’s what you can very well consider plan B. What if instead of buying a perfect-10 example, you actually go for a project car and then restore it on your own? Sure enough, this isn’t … Read more