I ran into Jesse Matlock at the SEMA Show, and I just had to write about the absolutely beautiful and beautifully unique 1971 Plymouth Barracuda that he put together and calls “Striker.”
Builds and customs, first rides, OEM customs and concepts including Chevrolet, Ford, GM, Chrysler, Dodge, hot rods, and classics.
The Hellcrate is identical to the motor found in the Hellcat Challenger, the Hellcat Charger and the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, and as part of promoting the engine, Graveyard Carz went ahead and stuck the engine in a classic 1970 Plymouth Superbird.
This tough buggy is in top shape and ready to roll!
Everything on the Firebird 400 was reinforced for high performance; it was a sports car in sheep’s clothing.
The 2018 Chevrolet COPO Camaro was revealed to the public on October 25th, and eye-candy just doesn’t do the car justice; it was an eye-gasm.
A well prepared SCCA Legal T3 Class race car, this Lotus is fast and reliable!
Big Al Liebmann got to preview the preview of Jack Kiely’s new Twin Turbo Tucker unveiling before it heads to SEMA.
Imagine, if you will, a 1972 Dodge Challenger E-body that can eat your Jeep CJ/Rubicon for lunch, both on the highway and the backcountry rock-hopping trails. Now, feast your eyes on this baby.
Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis was the driving force behind making the Challenger SRT Hellcat such a formidable car.
The third generation Chevy Nova is still a great muscle car that remains affordable today.