OverviewDodge's entry into the pony car wars was the Challenger, and it more than held its own in hot company with the outstanding 340 cid small block engine. In fact, the 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A ra..
OverviewThis 76 Chevy® Pickup is part of the Chevy® C/K line of trucks. It is part of the third generation of these trucks started in 1960. The C stands for 2 wheels drive and the K for 4 wheel drive...
OverviewDeep woods driverPickup trucks are everything from solid, stable work vehicles to glamorous, low-riding speed demons with hydraulics. Their list of applications is as long as their list of pro..
OverviewDriven to be the bestThe Ramcharger was an early SUV based on the Dodge D-Series pickup truck. It had a shortened wheelbase on the existing pickup truck chassis and optional extra seats. The f..
OverviewSo cool, it's freezing!The Jeep" pickup truck was based on the famous Jeep Wagoneer. It was initially referred to as the Jeep Gladiator and was in production from 1962 to 1988. The Jeep Honcho..
OverviewIn 1978 GM downsized its popular lineup of intermediate models and while still rear wheel drive, they also had substantially less horsepower and torque than previous models owing to growing em..
OverviewBack in 1987, the Buick™ Grand National™ was the fastest U.S. production car available. The Buick turbo charged V-6 engine was actually designed for 220+mph racecars. Factory painted in all bl..
OverviewThe Pickup that set the paceThe Ford F-150 has been the number one selling vehicle in America for 32 years. The Ranger, now a completely separate series, was originally the top of the line ver..
OverviewFour wheel drive-equipped, for wintry weather.A snowplow mounted to the front of a pickup truck is a common sight every winter. Featuring four wheel drive and a 350 cubic inch V-8 engine, it d..
OverviewAccelerated automotive eleganceOriginally planned as a concept car, Porsche decided that a production 918 would demonstrate their advancements in hybrid technology. The power in the 918 comes ..
OverviewThe highly collectible Cobra.Car history was made on the day that Carroll Shelby first combined a powerful 427 cubic inch engine with a sleek sports car frame. The S/C (semi-competition) versi..
OverviewWhen the number one car rental company, Hertz, decided its customers might want some cars with a little more 'kick', a special edition Shelby Mustang GT350 was created.Black and gold....Lookin..
OverviewIn 1976, ZZ Top guitarist Billy F Gibbons commissioned Don Thelan's Buffalo Motors hot rod shop to build The Eliminator. Based on a '33 Ford Coupe, it was street-ready in 1983. The car was fea..
OverviewThe 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe has two door windows, two quarter panel windows and a rear window and is one of the most popular subjects to become a street rod. The '32 Ford, commonly called the..
OverviewWhen Chevrolet® debuted the all new 1941 model pickup with its famous "waterfall" grille and detailed design touches throughout, it took truck styling to a whole new level.SpecificationsSkill ..
OverviewForties flatfoot FordThe 1948 Ford was the final year for a new design that began in 1941 with a completely updated, wider and more modern looking car. Shortly after the new car was introduced..
OverviewTrack-heavy ChevyThanks to its low curb weight and high curb appeal, the Chevy 150 was extremely popular with hot rodders. Chevy embraced the racing pedigree of the 150 with the "Black Widow" ..
OverviewVintage pickup trucks are more popular than ever these days, as auto enthusiasts everywhere are rediscovering their appeal. This '65 Chevy Stepside Pickup will stand out at any car show and tu..
OverviewA fleet of FleetsidesThe first Chevy® pickup truck was introduced in 1924. Since then, it has gone through many changes including a complete redesign in 1960. The 1960 model had a new frame an..
OverviewThe 1966 Impala™ Super Sport was the flagship of the Chevrolet® line and the emphasis was on performance as well as good looks. Today, the timeless design of the ’66 Chevy® Impala™ SS™ is just..
OverviewCapacity and tenacityThe rich history of the Chevy® Suburban™ stretches back almost as far as the history of Chevy itself. It is, in fact, the longest continuously used nameplate that is still..
OverviewVintage muscleIt is accepted that the Pontiac® GTO™ was the first true "Muscle Car" made by Detroit. Working to keep ahead of the competition, the 1966 GTO set a sales record with 96,946 cars ..
OverviewBuild 1 of 2 plastic models. Optional complete 440 cubic inch or 426 Hemi V8 engines plus a separate engine stand. Detailed interior and chassis to build either stock muscle car vintage drag r..
OverviewThis Dart hits the bull's-eye!With its powerful 440 cu. in. engine, the 1968 Dodge Dart was one of the hottest cars of the year. Even hotter was a limited-run GTS Hardtop version equipped with..
OverviewThe '69 was one of the best selling of all the Camaro® models over the years. The special Z/28™ package added a unique 302 cubic inch V-8 and other high performance parts to create a blend of ..
OverviewChevy Nova body accurately molded in white polystyrene plastic. Detailed stock small block 350 engine or optional drag race version. Two hoods stock or racing, plus roll car and traciton bars...
OverviewYenko specialIn 1957, Don Yenko started selling aftermarket performance car parts at the dealership started by his father in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. In the 60s, this was expanded to selling ..
OverviewIn 1969 the Mustang received it's first major restyling to keep pace as the leader in the popular “Pony Car” class. An important part of this was winning on the race track. Since the rules req..
OverviewTop power, total performanceIf you ever see a 1970 HEMI® Cuda, take a picture, they are one in a million. Only a few over 600 HEMI Cudas were ever made and they remain one of the rarest and mo..
OverviewThe Torino was Ford's entry into the intermediate-size car market from 1968 to 1976. During this time, it went through 3 different styling changes. The last change covered the years 1972 to 19..
OverviewPremium performanceThe relationship between Hurst Performance Products and Oldsmobile® goes back to 1968, when the first Hurst Oldsmobile® Cutlass™ was introduced. The fifth, and last, generat..
OverviewFeelin' alive in 1985In 1985, Bill Porterfield, Oldsmobile® Future Systems and Technology Engineer, wanted to showcase Oldsmobile's product performance. His goal was to "outhandle the Corvette..
OverviewIn charge on the track and on the roadWith extremely powerful 444 h.p. engines, incredible suspension systems and more features than a salesman can fit in his spiel, there's no question that t..