1967 Chevy Camaro SS Yenko 502 Ram Jet Tribute Was Born Out of One Man’s Passion

GM aficionados will probably agree that owning an original Chevy Camaro is always special. So, how about lovingly keeping in the family a ‘67 for more than…

1957 Chevrolet 210 Was Left to Rot in a Junkyard, Takes First Drive in 50 Years

Keeping a classic car in long-term storage isn’t all that bad if it all happens in a heated garage. However, a few years out in the open…

1959 Chevrolet Impala 348 Flexes Everything Original, Needs Nothing But Love

While Chevrolet launched the Impala nameplate in 1958, the actual debut as a stand-alone series happened a year later. In other words, the Impala needed just one year to evolve from…

1966 Lincoln Continental Is a Time Capsule From the Golden Decade of American Car Making

Depending on where loyalties lie, each of us can point to a different decade in automotive industry as being the best of them all. After all, we…

All-Original 1964 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Doesn’t Deserve to Become a Rust Bucket

The Impala was Chevrolet’s big star during the ‘60s, and since the GM brand tried to make the most of this model’s momentum, other lineups more or…

One-of-a-Kind 1957 Chevrolet Corvette Super Sport Show Car Could Sell for Millions

While most Chevrolet Corvettes out there are fairly inexpensive, although still collectible cars, some of them have attracted enough attention to be priced in the millions. One…

1-of-1 1969 Ford Mustang Super Cobra Jet Flexes Indian Fire Color Drag Pack Option

With more than 72,000 units built, the Mach 1 accounted for almost 25% of Ford Mustang production in 1969. It’s a figure that makes it a mundane trim at…

Buick Wildcat Ii – One Of America’S Highest Sports Models

While sharing little in common with its predecessor, the Wildcat I, the Buick Wildcat II was recognized as the sportiest Buick build in the 1950s. Chief Designer…

Lime Gold 1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 4-Speed: A Precious Relic with a Regal History!

Ford’s original Mustang Shelby series is one of the most coveted ever. Especially when considering the 1967 jump from the GT350 to the initial GT500 models that…

The 1966 Ford Thunderbird Makes a Comeback After 23 Years, Boasting a Mighty 428!

1966 brought several significant changes to the Thunderbird lineup, and visually, the most easily noticeable were the new grille and redesigned taillights that were now extended to…