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Weird Parts: There’s a 1958 Pontiac Fuel Injection System For Sale On eBay Right Now

While the 1957 “fuelie” Chevrolets get lots of attention, there were other manufacturers dabbling in the fuel injection situation at that point as well. Chrysler actually had the balls to...

Epic Thread: Watching A Master Craftsman Scratch Build A 1:12 Scale Lincoln Continental Is Incredible

We have to thank Greg Hurlbutt for the indirect tip off to one of the most incredible threads we have seen on the internet. Greg is a hot rodder, Drag Weeker, and a serious modeler as well. The link...

Remember The 1997 Hurst Firebird? One Of The Coolest And Rarest Birds In The Flock

Every once in a while we’re reminded about a killer car that has somehow slipped between the cracks of our sieve like memories around here. In this case it is the 1997 Hurst Firebird which was...

This IMSA Bodied Monza Is A Neat Show Car With Barris History And A Slightly Odd Backside

Everyone has a favorite body style they they like which may be a little off-center. Some guys are madly in love with the 1990s Olds Cutlass as a body for drag race cars. Me? I love Monzas and I love...

Thursday Laugh: This Website Mocking People Who Block License Plates With Fingers In Photos Rules!

Sometimes you just need to laugh, right? In today’s world we think that is doubly important because there seems to be stuff happening every other day that you can’t laugh at. Thanks to...

Flyin’ Fin: This 1959 Chrysler 300E Is An Amazing Example Of Mopar’s Top Performer At The Tail Of The 50s

While the GM products of the late 1950s seem to dominate the thoughts of many people when they consider cool cars from that era, Chrysler was really building the hot stuff. The “Letter...

The World’s Coolest Fiero Is For Sale – LS3 Swap and a Six Speed

The world’s coolest Fiero is for sale. That’s not an opinion on the “world’s coolest part” either. With a surgically clean LS3 swap, a six speed manual transmission, and...

This 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix Is A Beatiful Oddball – Green With A Gold Roof And Interior?!

Now don’t get us wrong, this 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix is a beautiful car. Less than 50,000 original miles, a surgically perfect interior, 400 4bbl under the hood, console, eight lug wheels, and...

This Account of Dwight Eisenhower’s 1919 Cross Country Trip Is Fantastic – Punishing Journey!

Dwight Eisenhower has an interesting legacy. Between the work he did during WWII to his presidency and political career, he is one of the most interesting Americans that ever lived. He is also the...

Got $6,499 For An Exhaust Manifold? The Seller Of This 1958 Corvette Fuelie Examples Hopes You Do

We’re pretty sure this is fact but there’re really nothing more expensive in the world of the small block Chevy than putting a nut and bolt late 1950s fuelie engine together. Seriously....

This 1941 Buick Roadmaster Coupe Is A Straight Eight Beauty That Was A True Early ’40s Factory Hot Rod

When America was plunged headlong into WWII, it was not long before the US government decided that the domestic auto companies needed to swap their manufacturing might from cars to war materials....

Money No Object: 1969 Camaro Z/28 Road Racer. Channel Your Inner Mark Donohue The Right Way!

Is there anything that screams “ring the RPMs and hit the apexes hard” quite like a road-race prepared first-gen Camaro on Minilites? If there is, I’m missing the point, because...

Not An LS Swap: How About A 5.0L Powered Subaru Impreza Drift Car?

Ok, we’ve been beating you over the head about LS this and that for a few days now. Surely there are more than a couple of you out there who could stand to have some relief from the Bowtie...

Shut Up, It’s A Great Idea: Does 400 Horsepower In A 1,500 Pound Street Kart With License Plates Sound Good To You?

The year before I graduated from university, I almost made a very interesting purchase: a tube-frame kart packing the 200 horsepower, 2.5L V6 from a Ford Contour SVT in a rear-mount setup. In...