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.
Builds and customs, first rides, OEM customs and concepts including Chevrolet, Ford, GM, Chrysler, Dodge, hot rods, and classics.
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.
Though the AMC AMX was produced for three years, from 1968-1970, and the accepted production numbers hover around the 20,000 mark, they’re not commonly seen.
Clive Branson brings us the tale of Randy’s well-researched and immaculately restored Buick.
The Plymouth Superbird certainly doesn’t fly under the radar when you see it today, does it?
This rust-free road racer is ready to go!
The 1970-1973 Camaro doesn’t get nearly as much love as it ought to. The wise minds at Roadster Shop were aware of this potential when they began building what is arguably the most incredible second-gen ever to grace this planet.
This Chevy II isn’t a Yenko Deuce built by the factory, but it sure is a Yenko Deuce built by hand!
Paul Garson brings us the story behind a real treasure of a motorcycle, the golden, nickel-plated, highly polished raffle prize “El Dorado.”