440 Power! 1969 Dodge Charger

Ask anyone what the most famous Dodge Charger of all time is, and they will undoubtedly respond with “The General Lee, of course!” Immortalized in The Dukes of Hazzard tv series, it is one of only a few star… more»

Rat Powered! Pro Street 1977 AMC Gremlin

The great thing about automotive enthusiasts, as a group, is that they often have hidden talents that ‘normal’ people don’t possess, including the ability to turn their gasoline-fueled visions into reality. A gearhead can look at a car and… more»

Backyard Treasure: 1957 Porsche 356A Speedster

During the 1950s, foreign manufacturers were beginning to infiltrate the American market with small, sporty cars, designed to look good as well as win races. After a Porsche 356 won its class at the 1951 Le Mans 24 Hours,… more»

Sidecar Equipped: 1947 Harley-Davidson FL Knucklehead

Ironhead. Shovelhead. Panhead. Knucklehead. To the uninitiated, these terms may as well be used to identify pumpkins or some random sort of fungi. However, to riders with motor oil of the black and orange variety coursing through their veins,… more»

Scrappy Swinger: 1972 Dodge Dart

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Dodge offered a full roster of performance cars for buyers who wanted both power and muscular styling. By 1972, the lineup of sporty models was slimming down and consisted of the Charger,… more»

Low-Mileage Mopar: 1966 Dodge Dart GT

While the actual birth year of the musclecar is debatable, many enthusiasts will agree that things were heating up in the early 1960s. With the Pontiac GTO being introduced for the 1964 model year, other manufacturers watched as sales… more»

Ran When Parked: 1973 Porsche 911

Few vehicles are as instantly recognizable as a Porsche 911, due in part to the fact that the styling has remained remarkably similar since the model’s initial launch in 1964. Nearly sixty years later, the recipe remains the same:… more»

Hemi-Powered Gasser: 1940 Ford Deluxe

A gasser is generally defined as a lightweight, high-powered hot rod that was used for drag racing from the late 1950s through the early 1970s. In order to reduce the racing weight, the cars often used fiberglass body parts,… more»

Former Magazine Cover Car: 1953 Buick Skylark Custom

The 1953 Buick Skylark was a rare bird to begin with, with a total of only 1640 units produced for the model year. After nearly 70 years of attrition, nicely restored examples are now selling for over $100k. Owners… more»

Original Paint: 1956 Chevrolet 210

When it comes to tri-five Chevrolets, the Bel Airs tend to get all the glory. With a fancier trim package and deluxe paint colors, the Bel Air certainly has a lot going for it. At the other end of… more»

Hangar Find: The Friendship

As the saying goes, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, and that’s generally the hope of travelers visiting the famed Sin City. However, in this case, Grandpa brought something home and it may not be what you think…. more»

Wild Street Machine! 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

In the late ’70s and early ’80s, first-gen Mustangs, Chargers, and Camaros roamed the streets and were still fairly inexpensive. For this reason, it wasn’t uncommon for a high school parking to be filled with muscle cars in all… more»

Prized Panhead: 1965 Harley-Davidson Electra-Glide

With snow either on the ground or in the forecast for many readers, shouldn’t we be seeing snowmobiles? Well, yes, but why not motorcycles as well? While winter is the prime time to enjoy those SnoRunners, Phazers, and Enticers,… more»

Subtle Sleeper: LS-Swapped 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle

Most enthusiasts can appreciate a vehicle that has obviously been modified to make more power, with a blower sticking out of the hood, drag slicks in the rear, and an attention-grabbing paint job. However, there is something to be… more»

Barn Find Panhead: 1950 Harley-Davidson EL

Harley-Davidson has long been known for its V-twin engines, but there are still some that are more famous than others. The Motor Company’s first V-twin was introduced in 1909, faltered, and then re-emerged in 1911 as the F-Head. This… more»

Ultra Low Mileage: 1993 Nissan 300ZX

In the collector car market, trends are constantly changing. In the past, perfect examples of 1930s-1950s classics would often be the stars of the auctions. After that, carefully restored muscle cars began selling for outrageous sums. Currently, 1990s sports… more»