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Coastal Pictorial: Driving a ’16 ‘Vette Z06 Up The California Coast

Check out our photo heavy tour story as we drive up California's coast in a 2016 Corvette Z06 Read More


Bobby Hough’s ’72 Chevelle SS: The Small-Block Test Car

Bobby Hough bought this '72 Chevelle as a project for him and his son to work on. Since the body was in really good shape, they focused on the engine — several times! You can read the whole story here. Read More


Finding New Roads In The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro

The sixth-gen Camaro is a huge leap in performance and driving fun - if only it looked the part. Find out what it's like to cover four states and more than 500 miles in two days behind the wheel of the 2016 model. Read More


Muscle Cars You Should Know: 1964 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt

The Super Stock class of the early 1960s spawned a number of incredible, purpose-built drag cars, and the limited-production Ford Thunderbolt was among the quickest of the bunch. Read More


Ken Beach’s ’57 Fuel Injected Bel Air

This 1957 Chevy Bel Air has one of the most detailed histories that we've seen in a while. It's got a great story that traces its history from being a race car, a daily driver, and finally, becoming a show stopper. Read More


A Modernized ’58 Roadster That Still Looks Original

Check out this gorgeous 1958 Corvette built to maintain all of its classic looks and charm, yet it can perform at a level only obtainable with today's technology. Read More

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Art And Judy Frank’s His and Her Mopars

Art and Judy Frank take the "his and her" thing to an all new level – with this pair of classic Mopar musclecars. If you can't tell which one is hers and which one is his, you can read the full article here. Read More

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eBay Find: A Gas Monkey COPO Camaro CRC Turned Street Legal!

Gene Schmidt of Bismarck, North Dakota constructed the first and only street legal COPO in the world with a matching big-block aluminum Ram Jet ZL1. Read More


Finish Line’s Dream Dart: This ’67 Dodge Is More Than Meets The Eye

Spanning over a year and a half, the Dream Dart build wasn't without its bumps and grinds. But faith in humanity was restored as a collective effort of many people and companies helped to make this dream come true. Read More


Beautiful Beast: Jef Fern’s Twin Turbo 1970 Camaro

Jef Fern's Camaro is a life long build that uses equal parts good looks and big performance. This Pro Street-style car will make single-digit passes, while sporting best-in-show looks. Read More


Three (Not) Of A Kind – An Unlikely Trio of LS-Swapped Pickups

One is a perfect example of a true DIY build, the second is an unlikely road racing monster, and the third is a vintage truck professionally built to hunt monsters... Read More


Introducing Brian Morris’ Scoobyvan and SlammedHam Travel Trailer

Looking for some tips and tricks on how to customize an early-model Ford Econoline? Brian Morris' Scoobyvan might just be what you're looking for. Read More


Jack Harrington Finally Settled Into His ’69 Drop-Top Camaro

Some guys own the same car they bought new, while other guys have owned multiple cars, looking to find the perfect classic for them. Jack Harrington has owned a slew of cars, but he might have found his last. Read More

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Paul Bischofs’ 1970 Dodge Charger R/T – The Real Deal And Then Some

Paul Bischofs 1970 440 Dodge Charge R/T is a perfectly preserved piece of Mopar muscle. It's unique, 100% original, and absolutely the real deal - and it came with a couple of surprises, too. Read More


Muscle Cars You Should Know: The Oldsmobile 442

In late 1964 Oldsmobile became one of the first auto makers out of the gate with their own version of Pontiac's GTO package. It would go on to spawn five more generations of the 442, creating an icon in the process. Read More


The “Grumpy”(est) of Camaros: Jenkins’ Toy IV

Sometimes, finding a true iconic musclecar requires patience, tenacity, and the ability to convince an owner to sell. Since no one else wanted this car, all Dale and Vicki had to do was pick it up. Read More

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