Here’s a list of ten intriguing cars from the upcoming Barrett-Jackson auction taking place January 12-20. The selection, as you’d imagine, is stunning.
Rather than grow frustrated with the dusty ‘78 Camaro Type LT and the state it was in, Scott decided to modify it to his liking and turn it into a bonafide Pro Tourer.
It doesn’t occur to most people that one of the lightest economy cars in existence should be made into anything but a grocery getter.
It’s an uncommon swap. Not only is this Grand National’s motor both supercharged and turbocharged, the original V6 has been scrapped entirely.
The theory is that a later apex allows a longer application of the throttle, which produces a minuscule increase in exit speed and a longer, more assured throttle application without a lift or wheelspin – but the real advantage is the magnification of that extra mile an hour down the length of the straight.
When Enrique first grabbed this Nova, he couldn’t quite believe his eyes.
With over 1,500 qualified bidders registered for the upcoming Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction, there’s no shortage of gorgeous machines upon which to feast your eyes.
For those near or willing to travel to Palm Beach, there’s a cavalcade of incredible machinery up for grabs at this year’s Barrett-Jackson Auctions.
Getting into road racing isn’t the easiest endeavor around. There are a few in-roads, but beyond those things get much more complicated.
While driving quickly and neatly on paved courses requires utmost precision and a careful use of both front and rear tires within a relatively narrow window of slip angle, the rally driver is wise to throw this approach out the window – though not entirely.