This pic was taken at the 10th American Car Meeting in Metzingen, Germany, in October of 2009. Normally not a fan of yellow, but, wow… Via Deviantart.com
Petrolicious recently featured this cool 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S owned and restored by Bob Gough. Love the steelies! Video after the jump!
We just found this very clean 1968 Dodge Charger over in dry Eastern Washington. This car was abandoned in a farmer’s field around 1980 and it has sat ever since. It’s pretty complete except for the tail lights which somebody thought would look cool in a VW bug! The first pic is how we found it and the rest are of the car back together at the shop. Luckily most of the parts were stored in a storage shed and were spared sun damage.
Again, no details, but this pic posted by Ratty Muscle Cars is too awesome not to share!
This video is two years old, with over a million views, but still worth sharing. Check out the massive burnout after the jump!
This 1967 Plymouth GTX 440 as posted on Bring A Trailer is said to be a very solid car with a rebuilt, numbers matching 440, an older repaint and some upgrades to the wheels, driveshaft, final drive gearing and ignition but they had the presence of mind to keep the original parts. Check it out on eBay! Priced at $27,500. Is it a deal? More pics after the jump!
In an article entitled Muscle Cars You Should Know, Street Legal TV is featuring the Dodge Coronet. They outline the history of the Coronet line with a focus on those powered by the mighty 426. Gotta love a Hemi-powered B-body! See the story at Street Legal TV. More pics after the jump!
I know nothing about this car. Just saw it posted on Facebook by Mopars United. Looks killer with the Keystones!