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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


Project Stampede Arrived To Show Out At The 2015 Detroit Autorama

With the 2015 Detroit Autorama passed, we take a look at one of the finalists for the prestigious Ridler Award. Dubbed Stampede, this Mustang went through shop after shop only to end up a beauty for all eyes to see. Read More


Preserving Your Musclecar’s Interior This Summer With Window Tinting

The sun does more damage to your interior than you can imagine. It fades the interior, and actually breaks down fabrics and materials. Window tinting is a good solution, but only if you get the right tint material. Read More


One Clean C7 With a Touch of Army Pride

This 2014 C7 truly looked as though it rolled out of the showroom and into Corvette Funfest. Better yet, it had a couple of additions to honor our armed forces. Read More


Reader’s Wheels: Scott Robinson’s 1969-1/2 Dodge 440 Super Bee A12

Scott Robinson performed a complete restoration of his 1969.5 Dodge A12 Super Bee. You have to see this super-clean 440ci V8-powered musclecar to believe it. See the whole story inside! Read More

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Pro-Touring Perfection: Phil Heacok’s ’69 Mustang Is Art In Motion

Phil Heacocok's '69 Mustang packs supercharged Coyote Aluminator power, full pro touring suspension, modern wheels, tires, brakes, rubber, and a host of custom features that make it as fast as it is good looking. Read More


2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost Snow and Winter Driving Review

Ford is touting the 2015 Mustang as the best and most capable Mustang ever. Dustin Woods takes one through the snow and ice in the Canadian winter to find out just how solid the car is in winter weather. Read More


Musclecars You Should Know: Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe

In 1964, before Ford took on Ferrari at Le Mans with the GT40, Shelby America was already dominating race tracks and setting records all over the world with another 289ci powered coupe. Read More


Bob Patrick’s 1954 Corvette, Absolutely the Real Deal

Bob Patrick's beautiful Polo White 1954 Corvette is 100% Corvette through and through. All original, numbers matching classic example of Corvette History. Read More


What Is A Sleeper? We Ask The TV Car Show Experts For Their Opinions

What is a sleeper? The debate has been on for decades, and will continue for decades more. We decided to ask five TV experts what they think; you've seen them on the weekend shows, and here's that they have to say. Read More


Creating The Red Beast: Dan Cook’s Mild-Looking Monster 2005 GTO

Some street cars either have big power or good looks, few have a high amount of both. Dan Cook's GTO may be stock appearing, but this car has brutal power and sophisticated manners. Read More

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