Greg Stelse’s racing car is called “The Joker.” Today, the two-tone green ’57 Pontiac Star Chief two-door hardtop is usually on display inside his new business, Greg’s Speed Shop LLC. But the project that involved turning the “Poncho” into a nostalgic drag racer actually got off to a dismal start.
The magnificent March car in RacingJunk’s 2018 calendar belongs to Billy Kirpens. It’s a 1967 Plymouth Barracuda.
When Enrique first grabbed this Nova, he couldn’t quite believe his eyes.
Taking the spotlight on the February page of RacingJunk’s 2018 calendar is Joe Dean’s sleek, speedy 1970 Pontiac GTO.
Classic car auctioneer Dana Mecum’s favorite racing car is a unique 1934 Gilmore Special.
Peter Sanca was just 13 years old in 1986 when he and his father acquired a 1977 Chevrolet Vega Wagon.
Edward and Amy Fitzgerald of Cool Hand Customs put together parts and pieces from cars and trucks here and there to create this bright orange 55 Dodge Pickup with their take on a famous monster.
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.
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.
The Plymouth Superbird certainly doesn’t fly under the radar when you see it today, does it?