Sleeper

Super Sleeper: 1970 Chevrolet Bel Air

Sometimes you just have to take an unassuming, original four-door sedan that appears to have seen better days and stuff a big, fat engine in it. This is one of those cases. This 1970 Chevrolet Bel Air can be… more»

Heavy Sleeper! Supercharged 1996 Caprice Classic

By 1996, the market for a full sized, body-on-frame sedan with V8 power and rear-wheel-drive encompassed mainly professionals accustomed to being addressed as “Officer,” “Agent,” or “Special Agent.” As one might expect from a vehicle designed for law-enforcement duty,… more»

Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing -1968 Chevrolet C-10 with a Twist

Only this truck’s raised, cowl-induction hood suggests more than a hand-me-down beater in rattle-can white, and even the hood could be high-school swag… all show and no go. However this 1968 Chevrolet C-10’s hood is, well, necessary. More about… more»

Crazy Cabover: White 3000 COE Sleeper

COE or Cab Over Engine trucks were a staple in the trucking industry for decades.  They were partially developed due to length limits imposed by the government for commercial vehicles.  By placing the cab over the engine you can… more»

4-Door, 4-Speed, 4-Barrel: 1967 Plymouth Fury

Sometimes when searching craigslist for a cool old classic, you will often be met by 4-door cars that are often not as desirable as their 2-door variants. But this 4-door left the factory with a 4-barrel 383 V8 and… more»

Another Sleeper: 1954 Kaiser Manhattan

By 1954, the writing was on the wall for Kaiser cars. The company could not compete with the major manufacturers, and after its initial success, its relatively high prices, the lack of a modern V-8 power plant, a small… more»