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Problem Child: Tyler Moss’ 1984 Chevy C10

Like so many projects, Tyler Moss’s 1984 Chevy C10 got out of hand in a hurry. “When I first bought it, I was 15,” Tyler said. “I thought it’d be […]

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The 1980-81 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am was an Evolutionary Step in GM’s Forced Induction Engine Development

While gearheads often refer to the 1970s as the “malaise era” in vehicle performance, the decade did reveal some glimpses of where engine technology was heading in the future. Take […]

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Ever Heard of a “Heavy Chevy” Chevelle? Learn More About This Under-the-Radar Performance Package

Go to any classic car show across the United States, and it’s very likely that you’ll see at least one Chevrolet Chevelle. During a production run that spanned well over […]

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32 Degrees Cooler: Gene Esaly’s 1957 Chevy 210

This draggin’ wagon makes retirement look good. It’s hard to believe that Gene Esaly’s 1957 Chevy 210 used to be a dedicated drag racing vehicle. He used to watch it […]

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An Off-Road Sports Car—Behold the 4-Wheel Drive 1983 AMC Eagle SX/4

One of the reasons we like…no…love AMC is that the company often made cars that you simply couldn’t find in any other automaker’s lineup. Take this neato SX/4 for example. […]

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Z Meets LS: Eric Ritz’s 1973 Datsun 240Z

Eric Ritz got his love of vintage Datsuns—and all things car—the honest way. “My parents had me at the racetrack when I was six months old,” he told us. “I […]

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Check Out the Retractable Roof on this 1963 Studebaker Lark Wagonaire Daytona (& Its Supercharged 289 V8!)

We’ve said it before, but one of the biggest reasons we love larger regional car shows is because we get to see stuff we don’t ordinarily find at local events. […]

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What Does it Take to Stuff an LS6 Into a Mid-Engine 1972 Lotus Europa? Let’s Ask the Guy Who Did It…

Made between 1966 and 1975, the Lotus Europa was Colin Chapman’s first take on a mid-engined grand touring car and the predecessor to the awesome Lotus Esprit. Following the Lotus […]

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AMC’s Rebel Machine Showed That Kenosha Could Bring the Muscle Car Fight to Detroit’s Big Three

While the Chrysler takeover of American Motors occurred over a several-year span in the late 1980s, the last day the name “American Motors” was officially used was August 25th, 1988, […]

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Behold the Cosworth Vega: A Chevy Subcompact with a Formula 1 Pedigree

For years, we thought the Cosworth Vega was a mythical creature that existed only in automotive history books. Until we saw one at the 2021 Goodguys Summit Racing Nationals. “It […]