Category Archive: 1320 Online Find, BangShift 1320, Racing Junk Find

Legit Nostalgia For Sale -This 1978 Corvette Raced At The US Nationals – Someone Needs This Rocket!

People are hot on nostalgia drag racing see days, especially the funny car stuff. No, not just the full-kill nitro powered nostalgia stuff but the alcohol driven cars as well. Heck, there is a series...

This Pro Street 1970 Maverick Is Throwback Greatness and Not Far From Street Bruiser Duty

I’m in love with a good Ford Maverick, and this one is good for sure. There is something about these little Fords that just speak to you, especially when outfitted with a big tire. This one...

Is This Ex-Pro Stock Engine We Found On Racing Junk Cool Or What?

Growing up, one of my favorite classes of drag racing was Pro Stock. So much so that when I could afford it I signed up for Roy Hill’s Drag Racing School and got my Pro Stock license. That was...

Middle Child Syndrome: This 1981 Dodge Challenger Has To Go All-Out To Be Noticed!

Which is less appreciated by their fan base, the Mustang II or the second-gen Dodge Challenger? It’s kind of a wash, really…neither car truly lived up to the billing of the nameplate and...

That’s The Spirit: This Ford 429-Powered AMC Spirit Must Be An Unreal Ride!

The story of American Motors can be summed up in one sentence: “God bless ’em, they tried.” From the moment Hudson and Nash were combined in 1954 until the day that Chrysler bought...

Hustling Hemi: This 1969 Dart Has 540ci Of Mean Chrysler Elephant Under The Hood

There are few things more cosmically right in the automotive world than a late 1960s Chrysler A-body with huge slicks on the back and a hemi in the nose. This car is all of that and more and frankly,...

Rough Start: A Rowdy Olds Omega In Rhode Island! Is It Worth The Chance?

How do you hunt for a project car in a state that’s 48 miles long by 37 miles wide? How many potential candidates could there possibly be in the state of Rhode Island that would cut the mustard...

The Baroque Bomber: Could You Get Down With A Pro Street Ford Granada?

I hate Ford Granadas. I hate them because they are the final form of “milking a platform to death”, one that had already been spread as thin as the peanut butter on a twenty-five cent...

Wouldn’t This Be Fun For Labor Day On The River! This Twin Turbo Big Block Eliminator Sure Looks Like A Good Time To Us!

As a cruiser, this makes no sense. But everyone has that friend that comes to the cruise night in the alcohol burning pro street car that is barely streetable on a good day, and we love that guy. So...

Two Thousand Horsepower And Tons Of Beauty: This Impala SS Is A Beast!

If there is nothing I love more, it’s a race car that you don’t see many of every day. Yes, you see Camaros, Mustangs, Vegas, AMXs and other typical finds for a reason: the recipe works...

Money No Object: The “Chemical City Coupe” 1932 Ford 5-Window With Buick Nailhead Power Would Look Great In Your Driveway!

I’d love to sit down one day and figure out where Chad, Lohnes and I sit on typical cars. Not big trucks, not rusted Chevrolets, and not weird-ass Mopars…builds that really matter. Builds...

Plain Wrapper: A 1976 Mercury Comet That Sells Itself Short – Wickedness Inside!

One of the more infamous vehicles to ever appear is the Ford Mustang II known as “Sudden Death”. There was no real way that Joe Ruggirello was ever going to hide the fact that he...

Suit-And-Tie 1960’s Badass: This 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II Is Lust-Worthy!

Clean, straightforward, all-business. Trimmed hair, suit dialed in to perfection, tie choice excellent and demure. The man’s man of the early 1960s…all business, all professional. The...

Epic Trolling: We’d Put This 1978 Dodge Challenger On The Street In Seconds!

Chad actually rolls his eyes far enough into the back of his head that he can inspect his brain whenever I start talking about any Chrysler product made after 1974. They’re the wrong years,...