The Maverick was one of those cars that never looked cool – until you started making it into a musclecar. This Reader’s Wheels entry from Bill Storer shows us what a Maverick is capable of, and yeah… it’s cool!
by Matt Emery on December 10, 2013
From the early photo and detail drop, to the 7am press releases, the LA Tech Briefing, and the Official Press Events. We are covering it all. This is the place to be for 2015 Mustang information as it breaks!
by Lindsey Fisher on December 2, 2013
Many of the cars that defined the classic muscle car era lived on for generations after their debuts. But for this famed pony car, its lifespan was just two model years long. Check out one example that’s survived!
by David Chick on November 26, 2013
When Vic Edelbrock, Jr. sets foot inside his Z06, a lazy drive becomes a crazy drive thanks to the awesome E-force supercharger under the hood. Join us as we take a closer look at this incredible Vette.
by Matt Emery on November 26, 2013
This edition of Reader’s Wheels is a 1992 Chevy Crew Cab that has made the rounds, from magazine coverage to some of the big auto shows. This week, owner Michael Risafi is sharing it with us at Street Legal TV.
by Don Creason on November 22, 2013
NMRA’s Coyote Stock has gained another former championship winning team. We got the story on Darin Hendricks and Steve Moberly returning to NMRA competition after an eight year hiatus.
by Michael Harding on November 21, 2013
Each year at SEMA, we’re treated to some spectacular new products, and incredible builds that always generate a huge crowd. The unveiling of ADRNLN by the Ring Brothers was no different. Check out this Pantera.
by Tim King on November 20, 2013
Will the new Chevy SS Sport Sedan excel where the Pontiac G8 GXP and GTO failed? We go deep undercover and ask all the right questions to bring you our take – find out more inside.
by Josh Kirsh on November 20, 2013
Check out this awesome build by 281 Motorsports dedicated to those of the Special Forces who fought and gave their lives for our freedom. You don’t want to miss this!
by Lindsey Fisher on November 18, 2013
Last week, we were out in Las Vegas covering the event with a large number of staff members on the floor, and while everyone’s Top 10 list of fabulous show vehicles is different, I’m excited to share my favorites!
by Matt Emery on November 15, 2013
Here we have another reader’s submission to our Reader’s Wheels articles. This one comes from Dan Topp, and while it is a Corvette, it’s been pumped up a little to make it even more competitive. Check it out!
The star of the show was once again the Ford Mustang, winning the Hottest Car award for the second year in a row. There were plenty of custom Ford pony cars on display at SEMA this year, and here are our favorites.
by David Chick on November 14, 2013
We caught up with Jill Hepp, manager of customer engagement for Mr. Gasket, who shared with us the details of the company’s brilliant “Lime Crush,” a heavily modified ’66 Suburban seen at the 2013 SEMA Show.
by Don Creason on November 13, 2013
Total Cost Involved and Magnaflow have teamed up to build one of the baddest Mustangs at the SEMA show. Check out this ’67 Stang built to compete in the the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational.
by Lindsey Fisher on October 22, 2013
The fleet of performance cars that came out of the 60s and 70s with the famous Chevy bowtie stamped on them is virtually endless, but one that stood above even the Corvette was the 1970 Chevelle SS 454 LS6 model.
Chevy has hit the mark with the Z/28, though it might not be the mark your average Camaro fan would have aimed for in the first place…
by Matt Emery on October 1, 2013
There are lots of disappointments in life: the one that got away, you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone, etc. Or you could make the decision to get what you’ve always wanted. This Dart fulfills that dream.
by Lindsey Fisher on September 25, 2013
Looking back into the classic muscle car era, there are plenty of well-known contenders for vehicles you should know. The 1970 GSX/GSX Stage 1 is a lesser known variety that deserves the same consideration!
This Chevette, a 1977 model, has undergone the Pro Street treatment, matching the look with a 500 horsepower, 181-inch GM turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
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