Recently featured on The Hoonigan’s web show, Build Biology, this wild 1970 Trans Am is 7ft wide, has 700-horsepower, and it was made in a shed.
Mopar Survivor Specialist Frank Badalson’s, infatuation with Mopar Muscle began in 1968 with the Roadrunner.
The Millermatic 211 is an extremely popular MIG inverter welder amongst gearheads, partially due to its versatility, flexibility, and of course portability, but we knew it had to go beyond that to come so highly ...
In this second installment of the series by The Tuning School about how to navigate the drag strip as a beginner, President Bob Morreale explains how to read your time slip.
Jeremy Bumpus’ 1971 Chevy C10 pickup truck is very unassuming at first sight. It looks like it has put in a few years of work, and the bod is moving into the patina zone. At ...
Tony always wanted a Pontiac GTO, and when he finally got one a few years ago, he wanted to make sure it had the best of modern performance.
Hagerty's latest Redline Rebuild of a 289 engine took three months of wrenching in the shop and resulted in 40,000 photos to document the build.
While there are certainly a lot of vehicles rolling around with LS swaps under the hood, we haven’t seen a lot of it done in classic Ford trucks, but the results are proven in this ...
Original Parts Group, or OPG (OPGI) as you likely know them, is one of our favorite sponsors. They are extremely involved in the enthusiast community, and are always around for tech and parts supports on ...
Tim Palazzolo of GAP Racing was alongside the 1967 Camaro known as the Carma Camaro at the 2017 SEMA show in Las Vegas where the car was unveiled in the Royal Purple booth.
In addition to their ease of use, affordability, and straightforward installation, the Holley Sniper EFI 2300 systems now come in three different finishes.
Powered by an AES built a stroker GEN V LT1 for Motion Raceworks, Doug Cook decided not to go with the ‘typical’ LS-swap when it came to his record-breaking 1972 Chevy Nova.
The only way to experience one of these screen-used cars from Vanishing Point is to check out the clone made for the 1996 tv remake, which is exactly what this car is we see in ...
An abused and abandoned Yenko Chevelle gets a new lease on life!
This vintage video tells the story of a very special Plymouth GTX.
Calling all old school Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Cadillac, Chevy Chevelle, El Camino, GMC, Corvair, and Monte Carlo owners, Original Parts Group is hosting an event just for you.
Hoondog and the Bullitt Nationals team for the ultimate cruise event!
If you’re into cars, family and fun, you don’t want to miss this event, so clear your calendar for May 4-5, 2018, Edelbrock's car show is more than just a show, it's a full-scale event!
. This particular example of the Pontiac GTO has everything you’d want from the Pontiac muscle car, and it’s going to be someone’s who buys tickets into this raffle, why not you?
This 1969 Mercury Cyclone CJ had all the markers of an incredible muscle car; it came with a huge 428 Cobra Jet engine, in a mid-size body.
The story of the Ford Mustang Cobra Jet goes back to 1968 when the muscle car era was in its prime, and production drag cars were causing a frenzy amongst drivers.
Returning for its second year, pre-registration for LS Fest West is now open for May 4th-6th, this event is an absolute must for any LS enthusiast.
At the 2018 North American International Auto Show, the original Bullitt Mustang officially came out of hiding, but where has it been?
One of the stars from the fourth-installment of The Fast and the Furious franchise is up for sale to the highest bidder right now on eBay, and it would make an interesting addition to your ...
2018 is going to be another big year for F-Body enthusiasts as the 2018 Rick’s Camaro F-Body Nationals have set a date for September 21st-22nd.
The 1969 Ford Bronco Boss Prototype was made by Kar-Kraft for Ford, and you probably never knew existed until it resurfaced not too long ago.
Mecum Kissimmee auction will welcome a pair of 1969 ZL1 Camaros on the same lot with a reserve price of $1.1 million, and expected to bring in more!
A pristine example of a 1970 Plymouth Superbird muscle cars happens to be owned by puppeteer comedian, Jeff Dunham, and he recently stopped by Jay Leno’s Garage.
If you thought the Yenko legacy ended in 1970 with the release of the LT1 Nova-based Deuce, you would be wrong. The Yenko moniker had one last hoo-rah before Don Yenko sold the franchise in ...