Arnold Landvoight knows that his 1926 speedster is the oldest Pontiac racing car known to have been built.
This Ford is one unique tow vehicle – you’re unlikely to see anything else like it on the road!
Harry Donovan set out in 2009 to restore his late wife Marie’s 1967 Mustang coupe, but lost it to theft and didn’t see it again for 13 years, as a rolling shell. Over the next two years, his Indiana community helped restore the car to perfection.
Ross Saunders bought an old Mustang for parts, but later realized it was an original Shelby Mustang GT350!
Cars like the Cyclone Spoiler II were designed to put some pep into Mercury’s high-performance image in the muscle car era.
Here at RacingJunk, we’re so excited about the holiday season that we’re celebrating by looking back at some of our featured builds with the “Twelve Cars of Christmas.”
On the eighth day of Christmas RacingJunk brings to you a golden treasure.
The 5th day of Christmas brings us a muscle car legend.
Our fourth Car of Christmas is Greg Stelse’s 1956 Pontiac Star Chief, known as “The Joker.”
For the third day of Christmas, we present Tom Knight’s 1917 Hudson Super Six dirt track car