Bill refers to his car as Purple Haze, from that famous song released in June 1967 by none other than the rock star and legend himself, Jimi Hendrix.
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.
Like so many of us, Brad loves the classics and the idea of reviving the old with new parts and technology.
Sammy Vaughn and his wife Diane of Daytona Beach, Florida recently shared their unique tale of this beautiful and beloved 4-4-2.
Chuck Lopresti and his wife Teresa of Deltona, Fla. have come full circle in many ways, including their ownership of this awesome Chevy!
Diane Guindon and her husband, Claude Lozier, own two Plymouth Cuda convertibles from the early ‘70s.
“It is 51 years old, and not a day goes by when I’m driving it that someone doesn’t make a reference to what they liked about the movie,” declares Gary.
When a truck caught up to us at a red light, the driver yelled out of his cab window, “Now that’s a car!”
The Camaro was probably at its zenith during the mid-to-late-1960s with the introduction and evolution of the RS, SS and Z-28. Jodie is the proud owner of a 1967 Camaro RS.