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Category Archive: Racing Junk Find

This Is Our Kind Of Toterhome And Stacker Combination Right Here!

Showing up in this sucker is certainly not going to be without notice. Man, this is one pretty rig we found on RacingJunk and would get you all the attention before you even unloaded your race cars!...

We Want To Go Pro Stock, Radial vs The World, And Pro Mod Racing! This Camaro Could Do It!

Okay, so I’m pretty sure that Rick Jones, at RJ Racecars, would disagree with my evil plan, but here goes. I wonder why we couldn’t buy this 2014 RJ Pro Stock Camaro and race it in...

Ready To Throw Down: This 1986 Buick Regal Is Ready For A Fight! Who Wants Some Of This Bad Boy?

The first picture that a potential buyer sees of a car for sale will dictate the overall first impression that the buyer develops. A clean, polished up beauty that someone has taken the time to spiff...

Factory Ringer: This 1989 Chevrolet Camaro 1LE Is A Race Car First And Foremost

Chevrolet’s Camaro has always been a car that wore it’s options codes with pride. Z/28, B4C and every engine code known in the Chevrolet lexicon tie into the Camaro at some point or...

Turn-Key Tens With License Plates: This 2000 Chevrolet Camaro SS Is Ready To Go!

The dream factory hot rod of my high-school years was a “catfish” Camaro Super Sport. Fourth-gen F-bodies trumped Mustangs, I didn’t want a truck so the Lightning was out, and I...

Money No Object: A No-Joke Trans-Am Raced 1964 Ford Falcon

Trans-Am in the late 1960s and early 1970s…glorious. Boss 302 Mustangs against AAR ‘Cudas, Z/28 Camaros and Mercury Cougars against AMC Javelins and Dodge Challenger T/As tearing around...

Money No Object: Have Your Race Car For The Street With This Legalized Craftsman Truck F-150!

Everybody always says the same thing about NASCAR race vehicles: “I wish it was like back in the day, when teams used real cars for race cars.” That’s a fair shot at what is now the...

Road And Track: This 1978 Dodge Aspen R/T Is An Engine Away From Being Your Street-Strip Terror!

I’ve owned two J-bodies and five M-bodies, but I’ve never owned a Dodge Aspen or a Plymouth Volar√©, the F-body of the Mopar FMJ group. There’s really no difference besides...

Malaise Monster: Somebody Please Get This 1985 Cadillac Coupe de Ville Racer Back On The Track!

We love the freaks here at BangShift! Ok, maybe it’s more that I personally love the freaks, but one look at this 1985 Cadillac Coupe de Ville and you should at least understand why I’m...

Could Be Fun: This Desert-Romping XJ Cherokee Looks Like A Ton Of Fun!

Yesterday Chad showed off a Ford truck that looked hell-bent on ripping up a desert path somewhere and it got me thinking about the same thing. Desert rompers rule! What part of “hauling ass in...

RacingJunk Find: This 1948 Willys Pro Street CJ2A Jeep Comes With A Twist…Literally

This 1948 Willys CJ2A Jeep done in the pro street style looks like a life sized version of a muscled up die-cast car. The complete lack of a wheelbase, the huge meats crammed together under the back...

RacingJunk Find: An 800hp NASCAR Powered Former Trans Am Mustang Road Racing Destroyer

We know that there are far more sensible ways to go road racing. Lighter cars with smaller engines, go karts, Formula Vee racers, and all of that stuff but let’s be honest here. This is...

Chrysler Unobtanium: A Real Late 1960s Weslake-Plymouth Indy Engine

The words Chrysler and rare are often found together but the reality is that a 1969-era Plymouth-Gurney Indy car engine is among the most limited edition Mopar engines ever. Outside of a freaking...

RacingJunk Find: Andy McCoy Race Cars Is Selling Their Bad Ass Carbon Fiber 1969 Chevelle Bodies….WOW!

Pro mod bodies range from the cool to the totally bizarre. Over the years different styles have become super popular. There was the 1963 Corvette era, the Willys era, the Studebaker era, and now we...