Joe Morgan’s 2009 Pontiac G8 GXP took home Best in Category for the RJ Virtual Car Show last month and it’s easy to see why. Joe’s modern Pontiac isn’t some trailer queen, Joe races this bad boy often, just like the good lord intended.
We first caught a glimpse of Dick Trammell’s STREET-LEGAL NASCAR modified Ford Pinto when he entered it in the Racing Junk Virtual Car Show we didn’t really have a proper place for it. So we wanted to reach out to Dick and find out more about him and his wild Pinto.
Price drop alert! Today’s CCF is this neat ’31 Chevy Independence Woody Wagon, which was the SEMA 2018 Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Tour Winner!
Diane Guindon and her husband, Claude Lozier, own two Plymouth Cuda convertibles from the early ‘70s.
Ford Motor Company is back at it again with the re-release of “The Green Hornet” Ford Mustang.
“I sold about 12 of these cars,” Jim recalls. Sensing the rarity and difficulty in obtaining these vehicles, Jim could not let the last one he owned go.
“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.
On one side of the shot for the month of November in the 2019 RacingJunk Calendar sits Ken and Erica Vosburg’s midnight blue 1977 Pontiac Ventura.