With the intention of blending street rat, commuter rod, and low-budget pro tourer, Michael bought a 1980 AMC spirit with a hundred-dollar bill.
Hundreds of stunning examples of classic cars, racing cars, and tuner cars will drive their way across the block and find a new home for themselves. For those of you more interested in going fast, whether it be on a drag strip or a race track, we’ve organized a quick list of some very quick cars on show at Scottsdale.
For a high schooler, those cosmetic flaws weren’t too important. What was important was that it was a fast, fun car that could do perfect donuts and brake stands until the tires popped.
Scott’s just getting underway with this incredible, determined build.
One day, Tony had to answer a great question. His son came to him and asked, “Could we build a car as a father-son project?”
A little over a decade ago, Win grabbed this 1970 RS for a cool $250. Initially, the aim was to turn it into a drag car, but it started collecting dust faster than it was gaining steam along his desired path. One day, Win’s father casually mentioned that the ‘70 RS was a car he always desired.
“I beat on her; she’s purpose-built. If she turns out sorta pretty then no complaints. I drive her hard—no $10,000 paint jobs here,” Matt began.
When John’s parents got hitched, they both had to have a pair of Pontiacs. His mom had been driving a 1970 T-37, and so his dad picked up a 1970 LeMans to match.
Nearly seven years ago, Jason decided to buy this appetizing ‘66 Barracuda off his father.
Several years ago, Phil stumbled upon this Pontiac Firebird corroding in the corner of a shop in Montana.