Category Archive: Apex Online Find, BangShift APEX, Monday Shopper, MOPAR

Money No Object: One Bad 1987 Chrysler LeBaron – 224 MPH At The Silver State Classic!

If you were a Mopar fan in the 1980s, bless you…while Ford and GM were having a ball reawakening the horsepower challenges with Firebirds, Mustangs, Grand Nationals and the like, you had to...

Unhinged: This 1977 Chevrolet Camaro Is Giving Me Bad, Bad Ideas

One of the biggest misconceptions I deal with when it comes to readers, friends, and the like is that I’m all-Mopar. Yeah, I’ve owned a pretty sizable roster of Chrysler products so far...

White Widowmaker: This Porsche 930 Needs To Be Rung Out!

As a car-crazed kid in the late 1980s, there were machines that every adult expected you to like. A 1965 Ford Mustang? Yep, liked it…classic American. 1957 Chevrolet? Fins and a shape that was...

Money No Object: The 1971 Plymouth Rapid Transit System Road Runner

Building a car for sale is difficult, make no mistake. Between engineers, stylists, and the corporate structure, bringing a car to market is a long, drawn-out pain in the backside most of the time....

Money No Object: 1978 International Scout II – As Good As They Get!

1978 wasn’t the greatest time to be a fan of performance cars. It was, however, perfect timing if you had a thing for off-roaders. Look back at the options: K5 Blazer and Jimmy, Ramcharger and...

Monday Shopper: This Sunbeam Tiger Will Get Your Pulse Moving Like None Other!

Are you a coffee drinker? Does it seem like your day doesn’t really start until you’re deep into your second cup of joe? Maybe you need an energy drink in the morning for that caffeinated...

Squarebody Shopping: This 1977 Chevrolet C10 Is Over-The-Top And Well Done

We love our square-body GM trucks around here. How can you not? General Motors might have made some serious false steps along the way, like killing the Fiero when it got good, killing the F-body when...

Money No Object: 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Greenbriar – Super Sports Wagon, Yes. Antarctic Blue? Close Enough.

You remember the scene from National Lampoon’s Vacation, don’t you? Clark and Rusty Griswold on the dealership lot, trying to figure out where Clark’s “Antartic Blue Super...

Monday Shopper: A Dodge Power Wagon That Truly Deserves To Be Called “Macho” – 440-6 Power!

In the late 1970s, responding to the tastes of custom tricks performed on their vehicles, Dodge introduced an interesting marketing setup. Composed of tricked-out trucks and vans, the grouping was...

Money No Object: The 1955 Chrysler Ghia ST Special – The Banker’s Got Taste!

Chrysler’s Letter Cars got a reputation as the “banker’s hot rod” due to their impressive speed combined with their size and luxurious outfitting. Starting with the C-300,...

Got Ute Fever? Here’s Your Chance To Own A 2005 Holden Ute That’s Texas Legal (At Least)

Hold on, wait just one minute. The newest legal GM coupe-utility sold in the market was the 1987 Chevrolet El Camino. The newest one you could potentially import to the United States at the time this...

Money No Object: A True GOAT – Clean Body, Clean Interior, 428 Pontiac Power!

The kid in me wants to go out to the nearest store and see if he can locate the scale version of this 1970 Pontiac GTO. It shouldn’t be too difficult…restored body, redline tires with...

Droptop Dreaming: This 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Is Packing The Grunt It Needs To Move Out!

When you are perusing a car catalog online, such as the docket for the Barrett-Jackson auction that kicked off yesterday, there is a good chance that you can overlook a gem simply because you are...

Money No Object: McTaggart’s Dream Plymouth Satellite – The Car Has Been Killer As Long As He’s Been Alive!

I’ve seen this 1971 Plymouth Satellite in my head for years. I first saw the car as one of the two hero cars that race in the music video for Breaking Point’s “One Of A Kind”....