There isn’t anyone out there that doesn’t like a close race, no matter what your hobby or sport is, when two immensely powerful beasts roar at the top of their lungs down the straight finishing the race in about 8 seconds, nobody would look away.
This time we bring just that to you, an impressive battle is taking place and is fought by a Nova in one lane, and a Chevelle in the lane next to it.
Both vehicles get off the line flawlessly lifting the front tires in the air as both drivers dump the clutch and the super stock 1967 Chevy Nova and the pro street 1971 Chevy Chevelle in the other lane catapult themselves down the straight both finishing in the low eights, finding out which one of them will be victorious you have to play the video because we don’t want to spoil the ending for you.
Every now and then we find some crazy modified vintage Detroit muscle, that makes us think since the first moments make whether the whole thing is real or just some prank.
One of those things that are made just for show offs, like many examples from the movies that we already know.
When you find out that all it’s real you are simply left with your mouth open from the shock, you all know the feeling right?
Today we will share with you one such example, probably the nastiest blown Chevy Camaro out there, and that we have ever encountered`.
Even though we do not have a lot of information about it, we will tell you the basics about this muscle beast.
It is a 1969 Chevy Camaro SS Twin Turbo, Supercharged nitrous breathing monster that boosts 2 500 HP, and that looks like it is about to go down to the very pits of hell and return as if it was simply a walk in the park.
2020 Pontiac Trans Am. Although the 2020 Trans Am Firebird is just one of many muscle-representing cars at the New York Motor Show this year, it is amazing. Many people who were fortunate enough to see this important event in the automotive industry should recognize that the new Demod Challenger CRT Demon has many reasons to be named as the most important novelty next year, but Trans Am should be in place from the interesting news list, Also. The reason may be the presence of 1000 hp under the hood, or a new shape and design, or let it be recognized, a new small manufacturing company redesigning old popular models and making entirely new models. Whatever the reason, the new Trans Am will be one of those cars that will be observed on the streets.
Thanks to the Trans Am Depot charm, the 2020 model will happen. The company started immediately after the collapse of Pontiac when two brothers joined a graphic designer to bring old Trans-Am cars back to life and introduce new models that Pontiac can never do. After saving exclusive rights to Trans Am and collaborating with Hurst Performance, they first built the first Trans Am with the iconic Hurst badge.
For the New York Auto Show, the Trans Am warehouse is ready to provide the Pontiac Trans Am 2020, which is also the Bandit version, based on the famous show because the main character was driving. In fact, we are facing a modern representation of the legendary Special Edition version of 1977, which was considered one of the best and best Trans Am models.
The Pontiac Trans-Am 2020 will provide only 77 units, making it a limited version of the version appreciated by all fans and the best thing is that it is powered by Bert Reynolds himself. Continue reading the review and see other things stored to update this legendary car.
2020 Pontiac Trans Am Release Date And PriceThe latest version of the Pontiac Trans Am 2020 will be delivered with a date released in the second part of this year. We expect to see that in September, where it will be available for sale from that moment. And the price, well, the series price limited version is $ 115,000, which is quite suitable for the sector.
2020 Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro carry over largely unchanged. Camaro still offers a midtier V6 option, Mustang is 4- and 8-cylinder only. Mustang GT500 joins for 2020 as a new range-topping performance option.
The Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro have been battling it out head-to-head since the 1960s. While the engines and designs and features have changed over the years, one thing remains the same — these two rear-wheel drive (RWD) performance coupes are still fierce competitors.
While not much changes with either of these American muscle cars for 2020, a few small updates keep things fresh, and an all-new top-of-the-line performance version of the Mustang enters the fray and ups the ante further. Below we’ll take a look at how these two legendary muscle cars compare headed into the new model year
Both the Mustang and Camaro wear retro-inspired designs that harken back to their 1960s counterparts. That said, the Camaro manages to incorporate modern styling cues while the Mustang leans more heavily toward the past. In coupe form, the Mustang has a taller greenhouse and more rounded proportions than the Camaro. Thanks to this, the Mustang also comes with considerably better outward visibility. Up front, the Mustang has a trapezoidal grille flanked on either side by upward-slanting headlights. Down the sides are two strong character lines that give the vehicle a muscular look. Around back is arguably where you’ll find the Mustang’s strongest tribute to the original 1960s design, as the rear incorporates a black bar that joins both of the taillights, which themselves include 3-part progressive turn signals. See the 2020 Ford Mustang models for sale near you
As mentioned before, the Camaro is a little more modern looking than the Mustang. A flat rear deck lid with a ducktail spoiler, prominent rear haunches and a quad rear tail lamp design all serve as retro cues, but up front, the Camaro has a large grille opening bisected by a body-colored bar surrounded by large air vents and narrow headlights. As with the Mustang, the Camaro’s headlights incorporate LEDs, but in this case they meander toward the bowtie emblem at the center of the grille. The Camaro’s greenhouse is small and low-slung, which contributes to its especially poor visibility. Overall, while the Mustang’s design is a little more conservative and derivative, the Camaro takes more risks, which has resulted in mixed opinions from purists and enthusiasts. See the 2020 Chevrolet Camaro models for sale near you
In most trims, the Mustang and Camaro offer room for four passengers via a very tight and cramped back seat. While it’ll work for kids in a pinch, neither car is a great option if you plan to ferry around more than one adult passenger on all but the rarest of occasions. In this vein, interior dimensions of both of these cars are similar, but the Camaro’s body lines and window shapes make for a much more claustrophobic experience than in the Mustang.
As with the exterior, the Mustang’s interior is a little more retro-inspired than that of the Camaro. A Mustang logo adorns the steering wheel, while three circular air vents sit at the top of the center stack. As was the case with Mustangs of the muscle car era of the late 1960s, chrome and brushed aluminum are found throughout the cabin of the modern-day Ford Mustang.
Where the Mustang’s interior relies on rounded, circular styling elements, the Camaro relies on triangles and trapezoids. That said, the Camaro’s center air vents are circular, just like the Mustang’s, but they’re positioned just ahead of the gear shifter and below the center infotainment screen. While muscle cars aren’t known for offering spacious interiors, the Camaro’s cabin is far more dungeon-like than that of the Mustang. While this could appeal to some, most will likely find it to be a little claustrophobic.
Both vehicles come with competent infotainment systems with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. A 4G LTE connection is offered via a monthly subscription, which can turn your car into a Wi-Fi hot spot. Upper trim levels of the Mustang can be had with a massive 12-in digital gauge cluster that allows for loads of configurability. While it still uses an old-school mechanical gauge cluster, the Camaro still offers clear instrumentation and well-placed controls.
Also worth noting: The Mustang offers much more than the Camaro in the way of cargo space, with 13.5 cu ft. to the Camaro’s 9.1.
A TransAm Depot genius team decided to team up with wedish design firm Zolland Design, to resurrect the Pontiac Trans Am 455 Super Duty in a 2020 1,000-horsepower missile, once again.
The crew of TransAm unlike the Bandit built off the Gen. 5 Chevrolet Camaro, Tallahassee, FL-based crew has its attention on the sixth-generation Camaro platform now, and introduced the new Super Duty Trans Am this week at the New York Auto Show.
The sixth-gen. Camaro’s new, lighter weight Alpha platform has industry watchers that believe these new Trans Am conversions will deliver an amazing performance.
As the Motor Authority reports state: “the engine is based on the 6.2-liter LT1 V-8 found in the Camaro SS but has been worked over by a NASCAR engine builder based in Charlotte, NC, believed to be Arrington Performance.
It’s been enlarged to 7.4 liters, or approximately 455 cubic inches, hence the ‘455’ in the car’s name, and has received a Magnuson TVS2300 supercharger that delivers 14 psi of boost. The engine also benefits from a cold air intake, ceramic-coated headers and a 3.0-inch exhaust.”
2020-2021 Trans Am with a supercharged 7.4L LT1 V8 that produces 1000 HP and 1,046 LB-FT. The new 2020-2021 Trans Am 455 Super Duty will be a limited production vehicle. The Trans Am will be based off of the 2020-2021 Camaro SS.
LAS VEGAS Seems like everyone knows the look of a classic 1957 Chevrolet, whether its the chrome rockets on the front or the jutting tailfins in back. But when comes to finding those same distinctive features on a motorcycle, now that’s a surprise.
Sure enough, a motorcycle builder who goes only by the name Lupo, from Toulouse, France, says the 11-foot-long motorcycle that he built to pay homage to the ’57 Chevy took 3,000 hours to build.
The bike has touches from the famous Chevy throughout, including that massive tailfin made by splitting a replica pair and combining them. Lupo says the idea for the motorcycle came from a customer, who later dropped out of the project, and he took it on himself.
We found Lupo here last month at the SEMA aftermarket auto parts, one of scores of car fanciers who staked out their machines in the massive convention center parking lot.
The engine is from a Harley-Davidson but that he had to pretty much make everything else himself. How’s it ride? “Really safe and comfortable,” he says.
1967 was the year when Ford introduced its first Australian muscle car called Falcon GT XR. Though it was a new model of the year, still many would think the otherwise since it bore much resemblance to the American version. However, the Australian liked it and adored the fact that Falcon GT RX was a celebrated family sedan with straight-six engines and one V8 version supplied by the Ford Mustang.
The Australians used to buy mostly six-cylinder sedans, but Ford offered a particular “Police Interceptor” version where a 225-bhp 289-ci V8 engine, four-speed transmission, and bigger brakes were used.
It is really nice that there are still old timers who have the balls to build and drive these cars nowadays. Former Marine Alexander Case doesn’t own a truck or a trailer, he drives his 1965 Dodge Coronet Gasser everywhere he goes. Registered and insured, this wicked Mopar gets tons of attention on the streets with the huge blower topped with 8 deuces.
Alexander’s 1965 Dodge Coronet sports a Keith Black 624 Cube HEMI V8 with Magnesium Super Blower and is the only one in the World with dual Vertex Magnetos. The Ex-Marine shares his gasser is built for the streets and he goes to the strip more for the show and the spectators. Check out my man James Hrovat’s video from the Glory Days Event at Byron Dragway.
Before we proceed to tell you the completed story we will warn the true fans of the Pontiac GTO, not to get excited since this in only a rendering and there has still been no announcement that Pontiac is bringing the car back in any shape or form but that is no reason for us not to check it out and talk about what if, this thing is the new 2021 GTO.
So once again this is a rendering (obviously) and that GM has no intention of bringing back the GTO or Pontiac for that matter.
We will get to why we think GM is dropping the ball on that one in a moment.
For now, we will look at this 2021 Pontiac GTO rendering and roast the hell out of it.
The first image is something rather disappointing and it seems that whoever drew it was one of the only 4 people on this earth that actually liked how the Pontiac Aztek looked, and that number includes the 2 chief designers.
The rest of the front end looks like a zombie Aztek found a Cadillac and stole its eyes in order to look like a true Frankenstein.
Nope, not interested keep this one in the drawing room preferably in the trash bag.
The car’s other parts make you feel like the designer of this vehicle has 0 knowledge of proportions and is still waiting to hit puberty, but decided to give us his opinion on the matter anyway.