Category Archive: 1320 Cars With Doors Feature, BangShift 1320, Car Features, CHEVY

Best of 2019: Mike Bilina’s 1956 Chevrolet Is All Go, All Show!

When photographing on the dragstrip, we tend to look for a sure bet car. We want that action shot. We want the half-track burnout with Space Shuttle launch levels of tire smoke trailing behind. We...

Best of 2019: Brazil’s Angriest Ford Maverick At The Strip

The Ford Maverick and it’s twin, the Mercury Comet, did well enough in the United States market. They were decently sized, fit the small-car segment well without being too tiny, and with the...

Best of 2019: A 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Time Warp!

I don’t care if this is everything that is wrong with a street machine wrapped up into one car, I want this thing like few other cars I’ve seen in a while, just on it’s freak-factor...

Best of 2019: Even A 1974 Oldsmobile Omega Looks Like A Riot To Wheel Around

So a subject has come up in the BangShift forums about whether or not a hot rod has ever been cheap. There’s always been those who can squeeze the last drop of blood from a stone to make their...

Best of 2019: Ever Heard Of The Corporate Concepts Lieutenant Truck?

While it might not appear to be an issue when you look at what prowls the Interstates of America, one issue that is a problem for many truck owners is length. While lately it seems that the problem...

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Best of 2019: The First Off-The-Chain Chrysler 300C Burnout Machine We’ve Seen!

When we brought Angry Grandpa, our 2006 Chrysler 300C, into the project limelight, it wasn’t to do anything really radical with it. The point of hopping up a Linen Gold Metallic early-bird...

Best of 2019: Check Out This EcoBoost-Swapped Fox Mustang!

Even though there will always be the V8-or-die group in the world of Mustangs, a four-banger with a turbo from Ford isn’t something to sneeze at. Ford seriously gave turbocharged 2.3s a shot...

Best of 2019: This Rumble-Seat Cadillac Will Always Be Stared At

As I look at the photos of what used to be some sort of 1968 Cadillac, I find myself wondering what angle I should take this particular post. It would be easy to go full-on troll and talk all sorts...

Best of 2019: Somebody Needs To Finish Up This Slammed Jeep J20 Dually!

(Hey, Cody…any updates on this beast? -Ed.) I have seen it all now. I’ve seen GM duallies slammed on their nuts in magazines for at least twenty years. I’ve seen a couple of low...

Best of 2019: This 1974 Chrysler Newport’s Mission In Life Is To Be Romped On!

Despite my efforts to convince anyone otherwise, it seems that I’m painted as a solid Mopar nut. Whatever…it’s not like I can’t look back on my history and deny that...

Best of 2019: This 1/6 Scale 1961 Dodge R/C Build Is Jaw-Dropping!

It’s been a bit since I’ve built a model car of any kind. The last one I put together, a 1980 Plymouth Road Runner, came out ten times better than any I built as a kid, due to my improved...

Best of 2019: 2018 Mercedes-AMG S63 – Beyond Indulgence

Sampling all that life has to offer should be a goal of every man, woman and child, right? Works well for food, works well for music, travel and literature, so theoretically it should work for the...

Best of 2019: The Buzzin’ Half-Dozen – Six-Cylinder Opalas Cutting Loose In Brazil

There are two ways to view the Chevrolet 250ci inline-six. There’s the way that most people I know see them: the base-model engine of many a GM product, solid and robust, but about as exciting...

Best of 2019: A 1978 Plymouth Fury A38 With A Modified 440 Under The Hood

Before any one of you makes the comment, yes, I’d donate body parts to science for this car. Unhesitatingly. What is a 1978 Fury’s draw for me? Why is the prototypical 1970s blah-mobile...