Muscle Car of the Week shines the spotlight on a beautiful 1965 Satellite with a 426 Wedge. Video after the jump!
These two cars are compared by a Chevy guy and a tuner kid. Hmmmm… Well, anyway, check out the video after the jump!
A true A/FX Super Stock race car, this Coronet was first raced as JC Penny’s “Penny Pincher.” Reggie Jackson was a former owner and the car has spent the last ten years at the World of Speed exhibit at Wayne Lensing’s Historic Auto Attractions Museum in Roscoe, IL. It appears this car was recently purchased at Barrett Jackson’s Scotttsdale auction in January 2014 for $73,700 and is now for sale with an asking price of $150,000. Find more info on the current sate at Hemmings. More pics after the jump!
We love this pic of a totally badass 1965 Belvedere at Byron Dragway in Illinois. You can see full coverage of the Meltdown Drags at BangShift
The Charles Kee auction starts tomorrow! They just posted the complete catalog today, take a look.
The next car we are featuring is a 1965 Plymouth Barracuda, VIN number V852527557. It is a factory 273 4 bbl commando V8 automatic car with a floor shifter. A 4 bbl in one of these is pretty rare. This Cuda is very clean and is a loaded model. We see power brakes, floor shift auto, bucket seats, chrome air cleaner, black valve covers, wood grain wheel and the top of the line hub caps. It has silver exterior with black interior and black stripes.