Featured on CarBuzz, we’re not sure if this is an educational short or an audition tape for The Trailer Park Boys. Video after the jump!
Going to the Mecum auction in Dallas later this month is this Lemon Twist Cuda. No 3rd gen Hemi for this restomod though. It’s powered by a 650 hp 528 Hemi sucking the air/fuel mixture through dual 4-barrels and sending power to a Dana 60. The suspension is upgraded to an Alterkation front end combined with an air suspension system. Now, about that stance. Find more info at Mecum Auctions. More pics after the jump!
One feature of the Mopar muscle car era is the rarity of some models. With a range of power plants to choose from and the ability for a new owner to build his or her car to their exact specifications from a plethora of available options, there were many cars produced that had very few identical twins. Purported to be the holy grail “one of one” is this UK market 1967 Barracuda convertible. Follow the bidding here on eBay. More pics and video after the jump!
Jeep enjoys giving it’s CJ/YJ/TJ/JK lineup special editions. Some are mere paint and decals while others incorporate various engine and option combinations (generally combined with paint and decals). Following in the footsteps of the Renegade, the Golden Eagle, the Levi, Jamboree, Laredo, Sahara and Rubicon, to name but a few, comes Jeep’s latest offering; the Black Bear (Named after the off-road trail in CO, not the omnivore ). Find more info at CarBuzz. More pics after the jump!
The 6.4L powered Chrysler 300 SRT has returned in 2016 but only for the Australian marketplace. It’s interesting to note that, while SRT no longer stands alone in North America after having been merged with Dodge, the Australian 300 SRT displays no Chrysler emblems. Find more info at Left Lane. More pics after the jump!