Car Features


Shock And Awe: Dee Howard’s 1966 Glass Back Beauty Has Some History

This beautiful 1966 glass back Barracuda is the pride and joy of Dee Howard. Great care was taken to retain the originality of the car during restoration; check out the gallery of images and we think you will agree. Read More


Muscle Cars You Should Know: The Mopar V8-Powered Jensen Interceptor

The Cobra may get the all of the attention when it comes to British cars sporting Detroit iron, but Jensen was very much in the mix as well, using some of the most brutal engines to come out of Chrysler's factories. Read More


’69 Charger Xtreme: Hinkles Hot Rods Is Living Life In The Fast Lane

If you like your muscle cars extreme, then Dana Hinkle's '69 Charger should be right up your alley! Vintage looks and modern amenities make this one cool cruiser that combines classic looks and modern muscle. Read More


Ten Of The Lamest Indianapolis 500 Pace Cars Of All Time

The Indianapolis 500 has seen some pretty fantastic road cars fitted for pace car duty, but these are not them. Here's our picks for some of the worst cars to ever pace the Brickyard. Read More


First Look: MMD and Foose Team Up For 810 Horsepower 2015 Mustang

MMD and Chip Foose have teamed up to design a killer 810 horsepower 2015 Mustang. With unique exterior design cues, and plenty of power, best of all one lucky fan will win this car. Full details right here. Read More


2016 Camaro First Drive

In a rare move, Chevy unveiled the new 6th Gen Camaro simultaneously to the public and the press, then let the media drive preproduction cars the next day. Here's our first impression of the new 2016 Camaro... Read More

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Going All On Black With Marcus Walther’s Aggressive 1966 Chevy Nova

Coming all the way from Denmark, we stumbled across a Chevy II Nova that was definitely worth a handful of looks. Click here to check out Marcus Walther's sleek and mean Nova that is sure to make you look twice. Read More


We Pick Our Favorites: The Factory Five Huntington Beach Cruise-In

With hundreds of cars to choose from, it wasn't easy picking our favorites. But at the end of the day we picked cars that not only kept us coming back, but also caught the eyes of many people we talked to. Read More


Car Feature: Charlie Miller’s Immaculate Opulent Blue CTS-V Wagon

Charlie Miller's CTS-V Sport Wagon is one of the cleanest examples we've ever seen. Click through to see what this V-Wagon is packing and bask in Opulent Blue Metallic awesomeness. Read More


1967 Plymouth Barracuda: The Tale Of The Orphan And The Elephant

Stephen Poe used a great reason for building a 572 cubic inch monster of a Hemi Barracuda: he said it's because you just don't see that many of them. Why build what everyone else has when you can be unique? Read More


Muscle Cars You Should Know: Dodge Challenger and Charger Scat Pack

The origins of the name date back the Mopar performance salad days of the 1960s. Today, the Scat Pack term represents one of the greatest bargains in muscle car performance currently available. Read More


Bell’s Vision Of The 1963 Grand Sport and A Builder’s Story

One simple thought led to building a race-ready replica of a legendary corvette and overcoming challenges when building a Mid-America corvette grand sport. Read More


Tri-Fives Rule: This King Of A ’56 Chevy 210 Proves That Point

When it comes to classic Chevys, none more so than the 1955-1957 210 Series cars get more love, and there's a good reason why. The Tri-Fives are royalty among collectors and hot rodders. Read More


Green, Mean and Clean: Ed Stutler’s Stunning ’67 Pontiac Firebird

Hailing from sunny Southern California, Ed Stutler brought this '67 Pontiac Firebird back from the dead. What was waterlogged and abandoned for years, Stutler spent three strenuous years restoring this Firebird. Read More


Musclecars You Should Know: 1970 Plymouth AAR ‘Cuda

Built for just one year in order to meet homologation requirements for the TransAm road racing series, these rare cars championed corner carving over straight line performance, and looked fantastic while doing it. Read More


730 hp Saleen Black Label Is The Highest Powered Production Pony

With 730 hp on 91 octane fuel, an all new suspension, and a revised interior, the 2015 Saleen Black Label Mustang is the car we've been waiting for from the legendary California Mustang builder. Full details inside. Read More

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