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Immaculate, 9,000-mile 1979 Camaro Z28 Barn Find

For the most part, barn finds today are almost as elusive as Yetis and honest politicians, yet we are fortunate to come across an absolute gem now and again (cars, not politicians). As time goes on, though, cars we once considered “garden variety” and not really worth much are suddenly attracting lots of interest. And that’s been the case since cars have become a collectible commodity. But now there’s a new generation of automotive enthusiasts coming up that consider cars of the late-’70s as potential collector’s items. While the term…

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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Your Favorite American Muscle Cars

Love Ford? Are You More Of A Chevy Person?? Well, Back in the golden era of slick cars and roaring engines – muscle car makers were in a battle for the fastest and best ride. Today’s cars have come a long way in engineering and design – but nothing quite replicates the beauty and intrigue of a muscle car. These cars were engineered with top quality materials and had some of the best engines on the road today. More than novelties, these cars evoked the spirit and excitement of the American…

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One Dedicated Car Enthusiast Unveils A Shed Containing 41 Valuable Classic Cars!

In the automotive world people have a tendency to get excited when they hear about tremendous car collections. For several years one car collection seemed to always become subject of conversation at the car shows and swap meets. Supposedly there was a barn northwest of the Twin Cities that was said to have a huge collection of some of the rarest muscle cars, hot rods and vintage cars. However, no one had ever went to look for or even knew if the collection was real so it was hard to…

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THIS GUY RESTORES OLD BEAT UP HOT WHEELS… WATCH HIM RESTORE A REDLINE 1968 CUSTOM CAMARO

YouTuber baremetalHW is a Hot Wheels superfan, and video’s like this give us a glimpse of his passion of everybody’s favorite diminutive hotrods. What he does is nothing short of art, taking beaten up die cast replicas and restoring them to their past glory, sometimes better than they came from the factory. In this ten minute clip, we get to follow along his process as he restores this pretty badly battered Redline Camaro. He starts by removing the individual pieces, then giving the metal pieces a quick electrolyte bath to…

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An Original 1969 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER Commercial, Featuring WILE E. COYOTE!

The Plymouth Road Runner was introduced as part of Plymouth’s revamped intermediate lineup for the 1968 model year. It was essentially a Belvedere two-door sedan fitted with the heavy-duty suspension normally found on cars earmarked for police or taxi duty. The standard engine was Chrysler’s familiar 383 cu. in. (6,276 cc) V8 wearing “Coyote Duster” decals on its air cleaner and borrowing the cylinder heads, camshaft, and intake and exhaust manifolds from Chrysler’s bigger 440 cu. in. (7,206 cc) engine. With single four-barrel carburetor, this combination yielded 335 gross horsepower…

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Team Penske restores iconic ‘Blue Hilton’ Indy 500-winning transporter

Few teams have as great an appreciation for their own history as Team Penske, so it’s only fitting that on a day when Roger Penske turns 80, the team reflects on the first transporter that helped launch the team into the national stratosphere. Penske’s first of 16 Indianapolis 500 victories was achieved in 1972 with Mark Donohue driving, and the transporter that carried that No. 66 Sunoco McLaren Offy was a customized 1972 International Fleetstar truck known in the racing circles as “The Blue Hilton.” This transporter served Team Penske well,…

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You Can Buy This Turn-Key Tennessee Dragstrip For $115,000

In most areas of the country you can’t even buy a home on a tiny plot of land for $115,000, but that’s precisely what Tennessean Scottie Corbin is selling the 22-acre Great River Road Raceway for — lock, stock, and barrel. The 1/8-mile dragstrip, located in Dyersburg, about an hour north of Memphis, is being sold in virtually turn-key condition, including a brand new computer system and LED scoreboards that he recently invested $30,000 in. For any prospective buyers, “all they have to come in with is a tractor and…

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Muscle Cars 

Is This The World’s Fastest Muscle Car? ’68 Hurst HEMI Dart L023

There are only a few muscle cars that are legendary. The earn that status, the cars needed to have broken new ground, changing the way people from all parties looked at them. The ’68 Hurst HEMI Dodge Dart – code L023 – is said to be the fastest muscle car of all time. Differing greatly from the base Dodge Dart produced for 1968, bare Dart bodies were shipped to the Madison Heights, Michigan, Hurst Performance facility for further outfitting. Arriving void of an engine or transmission, the LO23 models were…

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10 Classic Cars That You Probably Don’t Know, But Should

Everybody knows the Impalas, the Chargers, and the Mustangs. They’re some of the staples of the automotive history and have lasted the test of time. But what about the cars that didn’t, for one reason or another? What about the concepts that were immediately killed? What about the lost soldiers that were only built for a couple years (or weeks), yet managed to inject certain styling cues into other cars down the line. We’re here to pay our respects and remember some vehicles that you’ve probably never heard of, but…

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A Brief History of the Cord Automobile: The Coolest Car You Never Knew Existed

What if you learned that there was a car that debuted in the 1960s with front-wheel drive, a supercharged V-8, chrome-plated side-exhaust pipes, hidden headlights, and a disappearing convertible top? And what if you then learned that this car in fact was introduced not in the 1960s, but a full three decadesearlier, in the 1930s? We’re referring here to the revolutionary Cord. No, not a Ford—or an Accord—but a Cord: quite possibly the coolest car you’ve never heard of. And it all began 85 years ago, in the town of…

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