This 1976 Gran Torino is one of three used for the filming of the TV show to fill in as the Striped Tomato.
The '69 Trans Am Prototype has alluded enthusiasts and collectors for decades. Recently, it was located and its story was told.
In this episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, Jay gets an up close look at both the 1968 and 2019 Mustang Bullitts at the Ford Proving Grounds.
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 ...
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.
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 ...
Johan Eriksson's '68 Charger is so trick, it's hard to believe that it was built entirely in his garage!
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.
Sheriff Buford T. Justice would have loved to get ahold of Jim Haller's tuned Trans Am back in the day, and he wouldn’t have had a chance of catching this Fire Am!
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.
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.
Project “Shop Rag” is a father/son project was spotted at the recent LS Fest and gained a lot of attention for their El Camino’s looks and performance.
Chip Foose shows off his radical 1971 Mach 1 that's way more than meets the eye!
The Ringbrothers unveiled their Javelin AMX in the Prestone booth of this year's SEMA Show!
There’s no way to fully describe the giddiness we feel when a new Gymkhana video comes out from Ken Block. Possibly because Ken Block is some sort of drifting savant. Put him in a drift ...
Let’s face it: wagons are cool, and the older they get, they just keep getting cooler.
Bob Bertelsen's 1968 Corvette is called the Green Mamba. He built it himself in his home garage, and it is an absolutely stunning high-performance custom.
One of the world's rattiest Impala happens to be one of the quickest!
Ken Block is back with his newly updated 1965 Mustang to take on one hellacious course as he travels up Pikes Peak in Climbkhana.
Aldan American has built the ultimate pro-touring machine from a C10 pickup!
Michael Callahan's '69 Cyclone Spoiler II is an interesting take on the coveted AeroWarriors of yore.
This Nova makes a seamless pass through the autocross course, something a stock suspension Nova with 435 horsepower wouldn't be able to accomplish.
Project Zed Sled, the 1978 Z28 Twin Turbo Camaro owned by Kevin Tetz is a build two years in the making that took a lot of careful planning and help.
This '69 Impala restomod takes a unique approach to an often-overlooked muscle car.
It's not every day that you stumble upon a barn find. Stumbling on two is even more interesting, especially when they're a Superbird and a Charger 500.
This Camaro SS has to be one of the most capable second-gens we’ve seen in a while, thanks to its big-block powertrain and Baer Brakes stopping power!
One of the most-forgetten AMC vehicles have been reformulated for the modern era.
Follow the story of one ma's pursuit to find his Sacred Corvette.
At the recent Holley LS Fest West, Steve Keefer was out racing his LSX 454R crate engine powered Nova, and stopped to chat about it.