The new Shelby GT350 is so close we can almost taste it, but let us not forget the original 350 that became a legend.
The 1967 Pontiac Firebird was meant to compete with the Camaro. So what’s this GM-X stuff all about? No really, we’re asking you!
Dieter Scharshmidt was a well known Canadian street racer of the late 1970’s and early ‘80s.
Despite never powering a race winner, few engines have become as much of a ‘celebrity’ in automobile racing as the Novi engine.
We’ve all got that one vehicle that pings our nostalgia centers like crazy. For me, it’s a ’66 Ford Bronco.
The advent of the 300-mph era began when Kenny Bernstein and his Budweiser King Top Fuel dragster eclipsed the barrier at 301.70 mph. That Friday’s qualifying run rocked the drag racing world.
This home built ’29 Ford race car turns heads wherever it goes.
General Motors teamed up with Reynolds Metal Company (yes the aluminum foil makers) to produce this all aluminum bodied Corvette back in 1972.
In this Throwback Thursday edition, Randy Bolig highlights Bobby Allison’s 1969 Daytona legend.
Throwback Thursday, Welcome to the 1967 Detroit Auto Show.