As mentioned a few weeks back, Richard Petty took his 1970 Superbird out of mothballs and paid a visit to Goodwood. Find more info at Hooniverse. Video after the jump of a car that sounds just like it’s supposed to; evil.
Said to be raced by the Ramchargers as their only Pro Stock car, this 1970 Challenger is well-worn but it would be incredibly historically significant if the sellers statements are indeed true. There is no powertrain but, even if there were, it would be highly unlikely to be the same engine that the Ramchargers worked on as the car went thru several iterations as it passed through various racers. The $150,000 asking price requires better pics though. Find the Hemmings ad here.
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Hooniverse has spied this very solid 3/4 ton pickup for sale in California. It is nicely equipped with a 383 and automatic and it even came with AC (but currently not working). A former school district maintenance truck in LA, it appears to be relatively rust free and the engine shows some evidence of recent work. The seller is asking a not too unreasonable $3900. Find the original Cragslist ad here. More pics after the jump!
Firstly, the word muted describes only the black, grey and silver color scheme on this wild 1970 Road Runner restomod. There’s no calling a 725 hp, 477 ci Keith Black aluminum Hemi powered B body conservative. A cast-off stunt car from of one of the Fast and Furious movies, owner Jamie Vickers transformed it into the beast you see here. Find more info at Hot Rod. More pics after the jump!