Ross Saunders bought an old Mustang for parts, but later realized it was an original Shelby Mustang GT350!
This is a top predator on the foodchain, equipped with the power, agility and aesthetics of a greyhound with steel skin. It’s a 1965 Ford Daytona.
Cars are like landscapes: undulating curves and expressive lines. The 1972 Plymouth Roadrunner is no exception.
Tim Dunn has a unique story about acquiring his 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner in 1994.
Dave Askwith owns a second-generation 1973 Dodge Challenger. It is the colour of red, smoldering lipstick and the anticipation is just as rewarding.
Everything on the Firebird 400 was reinforced for high performance; it was a sports car in sheep’s clothing.
Clive Branson brings us the tale of Randy’s well-researched and immaculately restored Buick.
If ever there was a Mopar car that was loved or hated for both its performance and unconventional looks, it has to be the 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird.
“Driving it is therapeutic.” That is how Luke describes driving his 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1.
The Plymouth Roadrunner’s debut in 1968 put a dent in Pontiac’s rather complacent attitude. They needed something new, and the ’69 Pontiac was just the ticket.