We conducted a user-experiment on a 50-year-old buried car to see if it was worth restoring. Read our findings on the condition of the car and whether it was still drivable after being hidden underground for 50 years.
Chances are you’ve heard of the 1959 Chevy Impala 409 Four Speed. With its sleek design and powerful engine, the Impala was a true icon of its time.
In the late 1960s, muscle cars were at the height of their popularity. These cars were designed to be fast and powerful, and they dominated the streets and racetracks of America.
The 1968 Chevy Impala is an iconic American classic that still turns heads on the road today. Known for its sleek lines, powerful engine, and smooth ride, the ’68 Impala is a true symbol of American muscle cars.
If you’re a fan of drag racing, you’ve probably heard of the Byron Dragway in Illinois. This past weekend, the track played host to the Meltdown Drags, a vintage drag racing event that draws some of the biggest names in the sport.
The 1962 Volkswagen Beetle has always been a classic, beloved car. For us, it holds a special place in our hearts as we embarked on a father-son bonding project to transform it into a Volksrod Hot Rod.
Are you a fan of classic muscle cars? If your answer is yes, then get ready to experience the excitement as we come to a Classic Muscle car meet-up near you!
The Ford Mustang Mach 1 is a classic muscle car that has been a favorite among car enthusiasts for decades. But among all the Mustangs, the ’69-’70 Mach 1 stands out as the best-sounding Mustang ever.
The 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle is a classic muscle car that is highly sought after by car enthusiasts and collectors alike.
The 1968 AMC Javelin, with its stylish design and powerful engine, this vehicle was built to attract attention and leave its competitors behind.