The story of Plymouth is one of those Shakespearean tragedies of which the history of motoring has just too many. It’s a tale of romantic woe, at the end of which both lovers end up dead, for all the wrong reasons, and with neither of them ever properly finding out how the other one felt, before it was too late. In this case, Plymouth is Juliette; specifically, Plymouth is the ’70 Sport Fury GT, and Romeo is us, as in the classy muscle car aficionados of the world. I mean OK, it could be the other way round. You can be Juliette if you want. This analogy is weird enough as it is without adding political correctness to the mix, but that’s the way the world works nowadays.
The point is that Plymouth got taken away from us too soon, too young, and for reasons no-one explained properly at the time….and we died of a broken heart as a result. Well OK, we didn’t, because we found alternative affection (God we’re a shallow fickle bunch), but you get my point.
1964 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt Vintage Burgundy Sedan 427 V8 4 Speed Manual for sale on ebay: US $359,900
Authentic, documented, nut-and-bolt-restored Thunderbolt with many rare original and NOS components First time being offered for sale to the public Car number 53 of only 100 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolts produced Raced by well-known racer Phil Bonner in 1964 NHRA Super Stock competition Restored by marque expert Donald Allen, well-known restorer of unique and limited production Ford vehicles Featured in both Muscle Car Review and Old Cars Weekly / Sale includes both feature articles Correct “Bonner” branded 427 cubic inch Ford FE V8 / Date-correct dual-quad induction Correct Borg Warner Aluminum Cased 4-speed manual transmission Correct Ford 9-inch rear axle Vintage Burgundy paint Correct Beige vinyl interior with original seats Lightweight doors, front fenders, hood, and original front bumper 1 of few Thunderbolts with fiberglass doors Correct 15-inch wheels NOS Firestone rear tires with lightning bolts in tread pattern Documentation from Ford Motor Company verifying the car was built for Phil Bonner Historical summary penned by Larry Davis, Founder of the Thunderbolt Owners Association Vintage photos and restoration photos All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point inspection We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world
Once again we have one of those “Old VS New” muscle car race, and this time it’s a Hellcat Vs a 1976 Trans Am. Once again we would not dare spoil the fun so we will let you watch it, enjoy it and see how it goes.
Now this one is for the books folks. This is a 1963 Impala and this insanely powerful dragster has an 540ci engine and on top of that humongous engine there is a very big Whipple screw blower that kicks big gulps of air and alcohol into the intake manifold in order to feed the 2000 horsepower that this thing produces. Known as the “Gudfar” which apparently is how the Norwegians call their godfathers, this thing is not the best at transferring all that power to the asphalt so you can see it slide buck and kick its way to the finish line, making it one awesome sight at the track, check it out.
1967 Ford Mustang Fastback for sale at the Mecum Auctions Indianapolis, Indiana May 12, to May 17, 2020
Known as the Pit Viper 427 One-of-a-kind build with unique body styling completed by Big Daddy’s Motor Cars New 351 Dart block bored and stroked to 427 CI 545 HP and 493 lb-ft of torque FAST electronic fuel injection, custom made by Smeding Performance Concept One serpentine pulley system Tremec 5-speed manual transmission JBA Headers with side exhaust and electric cut-outs 9 inch rear end with 3.50 gears and Tru-Trac Positraction Autocross suspension with SCCA anti-roll system Power rack and pinion steering with Ididit steering column MotoLita Steering wheel Quicktime bellhousing High performance Wilwood braking system with drilled and slotted rotors High performance Z Rated Tires Custom console with gauges and rocker switches, covered in leather Custom Black leather interior Lowered seats moved 4 inches back One-piece headliner Roll-bar and custom paneling Tinted windows 3-point seatbelts RetroSound deck with Bluetooth, USB and auxiliary input 6-speaker system with two 10 inch subwoofers and a 5-channel amplifier Custom made trunk kit with Blue LEDs and remote battery terminals Painted black with Gray racing stripes, 9 coats color and 7 coats of clear Winner of 47 awards with several best in shows and best in class awards Voted Best Mustang in the West 2016 Selected as car no 0001 and poster vehicle for Hot August Nights Reno 2018
I bought the car a week before I graduated high school. My intentions was the leave it stock, but I saw some videos of cars at the autocross and got interested in it. So I decided to build the car for the track. It’s got a 347 stroker, custom grind cam from bullet racing cams, afr heads, and fitech fuel injection. It’s got a return style fuel system with a ricks tanks fuel tank. Suspension setup is ridetech suspension. It has tubular upper and lower control arms, four link and adjustable coil overs. For brakes it has wilwood brakes front and rear. Wheels are billet specialties g spec wheels wrapped with falken tires, transmission is a tremec 5 speed. It also has a 4 point cage, racing harness and subframe connectors. For steering it has a quick ratio box with epas electric steering. Says: Carl Garrison (Owner)
The car has a lot of sentimental value to me cause my dad, brother and close friends helped me build it. I’ve owned the car since 2014 and it’s taken a good solid 5 years to get to where it is now.
We were convinced that the 2019 Pontiac GTO Judge 69 (6T9) was only a rumor, but we were mistaken.
As a matter of fact, even though the manufacturer has not confirmed clearly that this car is planned to be on the market soon, there are so many rumors about it going around that we simply have to believe that it is highly possible to come true.
At first we must say that the Pontiac is dead actually, so do not be fooled by the name. The reason why the manufacturer put it in the name is obviously to get the attention of new and old fans of this very popular model from the 60’s when the first Pontiac was released.
The official site shows dark grey leathered sporty but comfortable seats tapered with red thread in a possible version of 2019 Pontiac GTO Judge 69 (6T9).
Together with that is also the visible spaced cabin for four passengers and logos on floor and seats of the manufacturer.
To be more attractive, but also to keep the old buyers, the manufacturer chose a combination of vintage and modern design in the 2019 Pontiac GTO Judge 69 (6T9). So, we were able to see a recognizable sharpen front end with mesh grille separated on two and classic front lights and optional decoration over them.
The rear end is also classic, with modernized rear lights and thin spoiler glued to the truck door. The car on site is made as a convertible version, but there are chances that buyers will be able to change it when ordering.
There are high chances that the engine in the 2019 Pontiac 69 GTO Judge (6T9) will be stronger than the 6.2-liter V8 which is the engine size of many sporty cars nowadays. Some rumors predict it will be even stronger than that, meaning a 7.4-liter V8 with at least 840 horsepower. If a manufacturer really wants to reach the stars with this car, this engine is highly needed.
We don’t have any information if 2019 Pontiac 69 GTO Judge (6T9) will be made in limited edition or not, but knowing that there are models like Camaro Trans Am that has been made only 7 units as well as if the manufacturer will offer only custom versions, which means that you will be able to make your own model on your own.
It is highly possible that something like that, according to the official site.
Whatever it is, the price of the car will be higher than $115,000 which is also hard to predict for custom versions.
But, being honest, this is a car for collectors and fans which have money to make Judges just like they want.
Finally, after much searching, we have found a dream home for the true petrolhead. Located in Tappen, British Columbia this property is set across five acres of land and includes a two-bedroom mobile home, 900 square-feet restoration workshop, 1,200 square-feet steel building and over 340 vintage cars.
Yes, you read that correctly; included as part of the deal is a collection of over 340 vintage cars.
The current owner has decided to retire wanting a more simple life. So, his car salvage business and the hundreds of classic cars that sit on the surrounding land must go in what has to be the greatest automotive fire sale of recent times.
This vast collection consists of mostly two-door vintage cars including an ultra rare 1966 Pontiac Beaumont, and a 1927 Ford Model T truck. Elsewhere, scattered throughout the five acres of land is the who’s who of American muscle cars of various eras including a cluster of Dodge Demon’s, Challenger’s, and Plymouth Roadrunners to name just a few.
Hiding among the staggering amount of American cars though is the sole European representative in the form of a slightly unloved looking BMW E21.
The one slight downside of acquiring this considerable collection – every single one of the cars is in dire need of restoration work.
Assuming that most of them were junked for a reason in the first place, all have been left outside to the harsh elements of many B.C. winters, meaning all are in need of significant restoration work before seeing the road again.
The listing states that the property is “perfect for vintage auto enthusiast who loves to work and live in beautiful area.”
Finally we get onto the important talk of money, if you want this five-acres of vintage cars, it can be yours for a cool CA$1.45 million, which sounds like a bargain to us.
In the market for a five-acre car collection and have a lot of time on your hands? The listing can be found HERE.