You are here
Best European car 

Rare Ferrari 330GT donated to air ambulance to fund new helicopter hangar

rare Ferrari donated to the East Anglia Air Ambulance Service (EAAA) looks set to raise an estimated half a million pounds for a new hangar, enabling the team save even more lives. The 1964 Ferrari 330GT is a specially-commissioned Nembo Spyder which was owned by Richard Allen, a racing driver and motoring enthusiast who died in November. Chairman of his family’s car dealer chain, Allen Ford, he raced Anglias in the 1960s and Ferraris in the 80s. The Ferrari was owned by Richard Allen, a car dealer and racing driver,…

Read More
Electric Cars 

ELECTRIC CARS AREN’T ENOUGH. TESLA IS NOW GOING VEGAN

The Tesla Model X, with its double-hinged falcon wing doors, looks like something from the future — and it just might be. The world’s first all-electric four-by-four SUV can hit 60mph in 3.2 seconds, a top speed of 155 mph and drive 250 miles per change. And now you can get the seven-seater with faux-leather seats. When you think of luxury cars, you often think leather seats and that “new car smell” but what if you have plenty of money to spend, but don’t want it lined with animal skin? It’s…

Read More
Muscle Cars 

The Unknown Muscle Car Dodge Built to Dominate NASCAR

Many people are aware of the “Aero Wars” of 1969 and 1970 in NASCAR, when Chrysler and Ford reshaped their cars in radical ways to make them go faster. While pushing the bounds of what could plausibly be called “stock” cars, the companies raced—and sold to the public—some of the most outlandish cars ever built in Detroit. And one of the lesser known cars–the Charger 500–is also the rarest of the bunch. By the mid-1960s, the automakers realized that sheer horsepower was not enough to win on the big tracks of NASCAR….

Read More
Best Muscle Cars Stories 

General Lee vs The Bandit Trans Am – Best Car Chase Ever?

If you were to compile a list of the most classic movie cars of all time, there is absolutely no way that you could leave the General Lee and the Bandit off of that list. This time, the notorious Dodge Charger and Pontiac Trans Am go head-to-head in a little bit of a movie mash up car chase for the ages. It’s pretty neat to see these cars going at it outside of their movie roles! This one will have you waltzing down memory lane as the two “old-school cool” rides…

Read More
Classic Cars European car Stories 

In 1979, Aston Martin Built A Twin-Turbo Wedge That Could Reach 191MPH

No carmaker was immune to the Seventies. Everyone was looking toward the future, to pop-up headlights and skyscraper-swinging doors and long, low front ends that could shear off an ankle or two. Spaceships of our brave new world! The Italians led the way, with Bertone, Pininfarina, and Italdesign—but Mercedes-Benz presented the C111, Mazda the RX500, and GM the Aerovette. And despite all the tradition, despite all the upper-crust British stuffiness and the prep-school toffs with Holland & Holland side-by-side shotguns who gravitate toward the brand, not even Aston Martin was…

Read More
Muscle Cars 

1969 Camaro With Two 427 V-8 Motors Under The Hood “Z/16”

We’ve seen our fair share of 1969 Chevrolet Camaro build, but we think that you will agree that this pony car is truly unlike any that you have ever seen before. With twin 427 V-8 engines tucked under the hood, you would think that you’d be able to distinguish this “Z-16” from a normal Camaro from miles away, but it isn’t until we get up close and personal with the beast that we can see exactly what’s going on. Check out the video below that shows off this showpiece and…

Read More
Best 

The 7 Fastest Cars of the 1970s

The 1970s ushered in a period of lackluster performance that slowed cars down for decades. By the time the 73/74 model years began, an energy crisis and the Clean Air Act were at wide open throttle as they wreaked havoc on our beloved high performance pony cars. The unfortunate result was the death of the muscle car. And regrettably, it would take decades for technology to catch us back up to the peak of performance that we recognized as the muscle car era. However, the 70s weren’t all bad in…

Read More
Muscle Cars 

Why is the 1969 Boss 429 Mustang the Best Muscle car of All-Time?

Killer looks, ground-pounding engine, limited production, and high dollar resale, the 1969 Boss 429 is one of the best looking muscle cars on the planet, let’s examine the facts and see why.   The Ford Motor Company was riding high on the success of the original Mustang the first four to five years after its release; however, they were also developing a “secret engine” to take the Mustang from a simple Pony Car to a muscular Thoroughbred.   After the marriage of this “secret engine” with the 1969 Fastback, it set…

Read More
Best Muscle Cars 

7 Reasons The Fox Body Mustang is The Best Muscle Car Ever

Over the past 5 years, the Fox Body Mustang has exploded in popularity, especially with the younger generation of “hot rodders”. The funny thing is, most youngsters don’t even know what a Fox Body Mustang is, and I don’t blame them. Fox Bodys are a hidden gem in the automotive world, and now is the time to get your hands on one before they’re all gone. Before we jump into why you need a Fox Body Mustang, I’d like to quickly cover what a Fox Body is. What is a…

Read More
European car 

A 42-liter Packard-Bentley is for real Motörheads

Allegedly owned by Lemmy, this 1500 hp monster consumes 4 gallons per minute at speed. ramming a war-surplus PT boat engine into an 8-Liter Bentley chassis might not seem like the most sensible plan, but watching this thing shake and roar itself awake will hammer that sense back into you with the force of 3.5-liter pistons. Allegedly owned by Lemmy Kilmister of Motörhead, this Packard-Bentley is known as “Mavis,” and it’s suitably antisocial to be owned by that distinguished gentleman. However, it is Chris Williams who should get credit for…

Read More

Support us!

If you like this site please help and make click on the button below!