Fireball Roberts Replica: 1957 Ford Custom

NASCAR was in its development phase back in 1957. That was two years before the Daytona International Speedway even opened. Drivers like “Fireball” Roberts piloted cars like this ’57 Ford Custom on dirt and asphalt tracks all over the… more»

Death’s Personal Ride: Custom 1953 Cadillac Hearse

Cadillac, once the standard of the world. They’ve been making expensive, luxurious, and flashy cars since they started as a company. Lately, with the advent of their V performance sub-brand, they’ve embraced the nature of the powerful V-8 engines… more»

Bobby Allison Racer! Vintage Clone With Story

The story behind this vintage racing clone car is almost as interesting as the car itself. Apparently a young lady of 11 years old won this car in 2010 and put it away in the hopes of racing it… more»

A Southern Boy’s Dream: 2011 Wood Brothers Ford Fusion

Use your best Bill Murray/Carl Spackler the Groundskeeper voice to read this one out loud to yourself: “What an incredible Cinderella story.  This unknown, comes out of nowhere to lead the pack at Daytona.  He’s on his final lap. … more»

Wood Brothers Approved: 1968 Mercury Cyclone

Few traditions last in NASCAR.  Drivers come and go.  Teams get sold or go out of business.  Cars change shape, and tracks get added and subtracted at the whims of the France family and Bruton Smith.  However, one team… more»

NASCAR Casino Gaming Machine Topper

Ok, this one may get me drummed out of the oddball car hall of fame, since it isn’t a car.  This piece falls into the “garage art” or “man cave accessory” category more than being a vehicle, but it’s… more»

Smokey Yunick Approved: 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle

Smokey Yunick is a legend on multiple different levels, so what better a way to pay tribute to the man than with this 1966 Chevelle Daytona 500 replica. Decked out with a big block 454, a cage, and a… more»

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