1967 Ford Mustang 67 Fastback 600ci Aluminum Boss 429 EFI Pro-Radial

1967 Ford Mustang 67 Fastback 600ci Aluminum Boss 429 EFI Pro-Radial up for sale on ebay US $175,000 .1967 Mustang Fastback 600 cubic inch All Aluminum EFI Boss 429 Fresh Build – Built with only the BEST !!!


New 2020-2021 Pontiac Trans Am 1000HP

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.

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1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Candy Apple Red

Here we have a 1971 Ford Mach 1 Mustang, Beautiful Candy Red paint. Properly built, the 351 cubic inch “Cleveland” V8 builds plenty of horsepower and torque and loves to rev. With an Edelbrock intake manifold and 4-barrel carburetor, MSD ignition system, and long-tube headers, they’ve done all the right things to help this engine get the air in and exhaust out through those oversized ports.

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Chrome valve covers and a matching air cleaner dress up the engine, which also wears a fairly recent coat of Ford Blue engine enamel that really pops against the satin black engine bay

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Plenty of torque means the FMX 3-speed automatic transmission doesn’t have a lot to do most of the time and 3.00 gears out back make it a comfortable cruiser on the highway.

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The underside wears a fresh Flowmaster exhaust system and looks pretty darned good for being 43 years old and newer Mach 1 alloys from a late-model have been fitted for a cool OEM look.


Stunning 1967 Mustang Fastback 5.0 Coyote Restmod

What started off with a real 1967 Mustang Fastback, was transformed by the builder into an awesome restomod.

The beautiful chrome and paint combined with Shelby styling makes this muscle car stand out and the 18 inch wheels along with Ridetech suspension gives it a great stance.

The Mustang’s fully redone interior it’s a classic appearance enhanced with TMI seats and a few more aftermarket goodies.

This restmod heart is a modern Ford 5.0 Coyote V8 engine, that has an amazing sound thanks to the custom 3 inch steel exhaust.

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Below you can watch the full video of this amazing 1967Mustang.


CANDY APPLE 1951 Chevrolet 3100 Custom Pickup

A 1951 Chevrolet 3100 Custom Pickup Truck from the 2016 Detroit Autorama… we caught up with it first at Steve Holcomb Pro Auto Custom Interior, getting stitched out… it wasn’t even close to ready than.

In the shared video see it at its debut at the 2016 Detroit Autorama.

It’s a really nice truck from Sterling Customs and Hot Rods.

You should definitely check it out.

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An Original 1969 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER Commercial, Featuring WILE E. COYOTE!

We believe that most of the stans of the Mopar know very well where did the legendary Plymouth Road Runner muscle beauty got its name from, it’s true yes?

That also means that you know the legendary Warner Bros cartoon characters, Wile E. Coyote, super-genius, and his everlasting prey, the utterly fast RoadRunner bird, that cannot be caught by him, no matter what kind of a genius and super-fast machine he will invent.

So it’s a perfect name for Plymouth`s new ride, back in 1968, wouldn’t you agree? That’s how the Road Runner commercial was born!

We believe that we don’t have to get into many details now to stress the fact that the Plymouth RoadRunner is one definitely the most epic and memorable muscle cars from the golden era of the American muscle car production, between the late 60s and early 70s.

We had seen many videos, written numerous articles about it, I think that even if you are not a big time Mopar fan, you for sure have heard a lot about it.

But for all the true stans of the true Plymouth Road Runner aficionados, today we have prepared a video clip for you that will take you back in the days, when the 1969 Plymouth Road Runner got out, by watching an original commercial about it from that period.

Of course, it features Wile E. Coyote.

The character created by the world-famous Chuck Jones for Warner Bros was the absolute star back in the days!

The Road Runner commercial turned out to be a huge hit as sales went on like crazy.

So check the video out and have fun watching this vintage ad about one of the best American muscle cars ever built.


1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Candy Apple Red For Sale

This highly coveted and collectible 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 finished in Candy Apple Red is sittin’ pretty atop the muscle car food chain.


1967 Shelby GT350 Fastback For Sale

1967 Shelby GT350 Fastback For Sale for sale at the Mecum Auctions Indianapolis,Jun 23, 2020 to Jun 28, 2020

Serial number 0002
Very early production car with red marker lights in the side scoops, inboard fog lights, steel reinforced fiberglass hood
Completed on October 20, 1966
Shipped to Koons Ford in Falls Church, Virginia on October 31, 1966
Sent to the Atlanta Auto Show and used as a company car
289/306 HP V-8 engine
Factory 4-speed transmission
Power steering and brakes
AM radio, Stewart Warner under-dash gauges
Kelsey Hayes Magstar wheels
Goodyear Speedway E70-15 tires
Dark Moss Green with Black interior
Extensive restoration by world renowned restorer John Brown of Thoroughbred Restorations
in Oklahoma City
Copy of the Shelby vehicle invoice
Known ownership history available in the Shelby Registry


2020 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT500 Carbon Track Pack For Sale

2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Carbon Track Pack for sale on ebay Price:US $139,999

Engine, Transmission, and Performance
The Shelby GT500’s single powertrain—a 760-hp supercharged 5.2-liter V-8 that revs to 7500 rpm with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic—is engineered for speed but trying to put the engine’s full might through only the rear tires means this Shelby isn’t as quick as you might expect. We anticipate the GT500 will be good for a 3.5-second rip to 60 mph and an 11.0-second quarter-mile once we run one through our testing protocol.


Here’s Why The 1970 Plymouth Superbird Is So Expensive

During the late 1960s and early 70s, Chrysler’s muscle cars were some of the best on the road. As the owners of Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth, they were responsible for legendary cars like the Barracuda, the Charger and the Challenger. In those days, consumers wanted more and more power, and automotive giants like General Motors and Chrysler were always finding new ways to outdo one another.

In 1970, Plymouth modified the design of the Road Runner, a cheap but powerful mid-size car, and turned it into one of the fastest and most aerodynamic cars of its time, the Plymouth Superbird. Chrysler’s engineers added a nearly two-foot-tall rear spoiler and a smooth wedge-like nose. These improvements allowed the Superbird and its cousin the Dodge Charger Daytona, to achieve speeds that were up until that point impossible. In 1970, the Plymouth sold 1920 Superbirds for around $4300 each. Today, they can easily fetch $200,000. So how does a relatively cheap and relatively unpopular muscle car become so expensive? Part of the answer is in their significance in automotive history.