We are kicking off our “Twelve Cars of Christmas” with this 2nd generation Camaro built to handle
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.”
When Keith Kehoe purchased his fastback in 2005, it was anything but the paragon of speed.
In a sea of Mustangs and Camaros, it’s refreshing to see a well built Pontiac.
Jim Sweener’s 1988 Ford Mustang GT is one of the cleanest examples of a fox-body Mustang in the area, and is a joy to drive and show.
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.
Taking the spotlight on the February page of RacingJunk’s 2018 calendar is Joe Dean’s sleek, speedy 1970 Pontiac GTO.
Peter Sanca was just 13 years old in 1986 when he and his father acquired a 1977 Chevrolet Vega Wagon.
If you’re looking for a turn-key car with all the spares, look no further!