Now, imagine uncovering a pristine 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS, untouched for 35 years! This thrilling discovery brings us back to the glory days of American muscle cars.
If you’re a fan of fast cars and drag racing, you’ve probably wondered how the old-school muscle cars compare to the new ones. In this post, we’ll take a look at some classic muscle cars from the 60s and 70s, and compare them to their modern counterparts.
Welcome to the ultimate petrol vs hybrid vs electric drag race showdown! We’ve got an exciting line-up today with the Tesla Model X PLAID going head-to-head against the Ferrari SF90 and Lamborghini Aventador SVJ.
Drag race has always been an adrenaline-pumping sport, where speed demons come together to showcase their modified cars’ power and speed. And when it comes to iconic muscle cars, the KZ ’72 Camaro and the SUPRA are two names that need no introduction.
Are you a fan of American muscle cars? Do you love the sound of a roaring engine and the thrill of high-speed driving?
In this post, we’ll explore the differences between old school and new-school muscle cars in drag racing, and compare some of the most iconic models from each era.
Muscle cars are an American icon, known for their raw power and breathtaking speed. The sound of a V8 engine roaring to life is enough to send chills down any car enthusiast’s spine.
If you’re a fan of high-speed car races and sleek, powerful vehicles, you’re going to want to see this. A recent video has surfaced on the internet, showcasing the Batmobile and other hypercars racing through the scenic Highlands of Scotland,
Have you ever dreamed of riding in a supercharged street car with over 1200+ horsepower under the hood? Imagine the adrenaline rush as you speed through the streets with a beautiful girl by your side, feeling the wind in your hair and the roar of the engine in your ears. In this post, we’ll take you on a virtual ride in one of these beasts, showing you why it’s an experience like no other.
Vintage automobiles and car clubs have long been associated with male-dominated culture, but a growing number of classic cars enthusiasts are proving that women can hold their own behind the wheel.