Muscle Cars

Donation Lot Find: 1999 Plymouth Prowler

In the world of donation vehicles, nothing is off limits in terms of what the next of kin are willing to kick to the curb when the old man kicks the bucket. We’ve seen all manners of exotica and… more»

R-Code Barn Find: 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

The slogan might have been around before this time, but Ford featured an ad campaign in the late sixties calling many of their products “better ideas”, and one of the company’s best better ideas was creating the Mach 1… more»

BF Auction: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Cobra Jet

In 1969, if you wanted the ultimate Mustang, the 428-equipped Mach 1 was a great option. You got aggressive styling, and the R-Code 428 was a serious powerhouse engine. Given their popularity with the drag racing crowd, Ford even… more»

383/4-Speed: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T

It’s confession time. I admit I once wasn’t a fan of Mopar products. I treated the various marques with contempt, but the passing years confirm that my attitude was derived from a bitter family experience as a lad. My… more»

Would You Daily Drive A 46K Mile Car? 1975 Camaro LT

The second-generation Camaro could be all things from all people.  From a six-cylinder pussycat to a sporty Z28, these cars could be ordered exactly how the customer wanted.  It would be nice to have a vehicle like this 1975… more»

7-Up Limited Edition 1990 Ford Mustang 5.0 LX Convertible

The idea of a car manufacturer teaming up with an outsider to produce a promotional vehicle certainly isn’t a fresh concept in the auto industry, with some creations turning out better than others.  One in particular that seemed like… more»

Stroh’s Tour Pace Car: 1983 Pontiac Trans Am

While we’re accustomed to seeing a wide variety of pace car tributes and replicas some up for sale and marketed as collector vehicles, there’s occasionally a curve ball that’s harder to place value-wise. We all know about the various… more»

Real Super Sport Project: 1972 Chevrolet Nova

Horsepower ratings were in decline in 1972, but not all of that was because of tightening emissions controls. The industry changed its reporting measures to be in SAE net terms. So, the L48 350 cubic inch V8 which was… more»

One Owner: 1970 Chevrolet Nova SS 350

As the muscle car movement of the 1960s moved forward, Detroit manufacturers found new success with compact performance cars. Because they were lighter than the mid-size competitors, they could move fast without needing monster engines. Such was the case… more»

LS Swapped SSP: 1989 Ford Mustang LX

Would you consider modifying a rare car with limited production numbers? That’s a question that’s deeply personal, as keeping a rare car in stock condition that isn’t fun to drive or particularly reliable isn’t worth the cost of ownership…. more»

BF Auction: 1980 Chevrolet Camaro RS

The Rally Sport package debuted with the first-generation Camaro, but for following generations, the option would only be offered on select years. The second-generation Camaro wouldn’t be offered as RS until ’78, and the option was gone again by… more»

Super Sleeper: 1972 Volkswagen Beetle

Building a sleeper vehicle is like a rolling form of art, where a visionary seeks to keep the outside appearing as stock and unassuming as possible, attempting to thwart the focus of an unexpected level of performance hiding under… more»

Nicest One Left? 1980 Dodge Mirada CMX

The market for personal luxury coupes was at its peak in the 1970s and 1980s, with buyers flocking to showrooms for a stylish two-door that conveyed a message of sporty-ness and style. While the actual driving experience was far… more»

390 V8 Power! 1969 Mercury Cougar XR7

The Cougar arrived in 1967 as Mercury’s contribution to the “pony car” movement. It gave Ford two entries in the market space that was beginning to populate with competitors. The car would get a facelift in 1969, including the… more»

Track Pak Restoration: 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

One of the hottest cars in the late 1960s was the Dodge Charger, built on the same B-body platform as the Coronet, it had sportier styling that supported the “Dodge Rebellion” marketing of the era. The R/T with the… more»

Project 1970 AMC Javelin SST 390 CID V8

American Motors was caught flat-footed by the pony-car phenomenon. Known for economy cars more accomplished at hauling families than laying rubber, AMC knew it had to carve out its share of the market quickly. Dick Teague’s styling department launched… more»