The word “restraint” is seldom associated with the muscle car era of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, but it certainly applies to the owners of this astounding 1969 Dodge Hemi 4-speed Daytona, which has been driven an amazing 6,435 miles and is the lowest-mileage example known to exist with its original Hemi engine still intact. Of the 503 Daytonas built, only 70 were Hemi-powered, and only 20 combined that with a 4-speed manual transmission, making this example very special indeed.
Chevrolet Lifts Lid on 2016 Camaro Convertible
Vintage muscle cars: how to drive one in the 21st centuryMopar 15 Performance Kit Launches for 2015 Dodge Charger RT
- 500 bhp @ 5,250 rpm
HPE500 Upgrade Includes:
- TVS1900 Supercharger System
- Supercharger Pulley Upgrade
- Fuel Injector Upgrade
- High Flow Cylinder Heads
- Stainless Steel Long Tube Headers
- High Flow Catalytic Converters
Who wouldn’t like to see their gas money stretch further? Better gas mileage means fewer trips to the pump and more money in the pocket every month. As appealing as this seems, it’s remarkable that few drivers rarely “work” at saving gas. The funny thing is that if you put just a modest effort into this, you can increase your gas mileage by 10-20% or more. And it isn’t that hard to do!
Ford Motor Company and Petty’s Garage are teaming up to build a new 627-horsepower* Mustang GT – a limited-edition fastback inspired by the popular Petty’s Garage Mustang GT on display at last year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas.
“We received a tremendous amount of positive feedback about our Petty’s Garage Mustang GT displayed at the SEMA show,” said Jeff Whaley, Petty’s Garage COO. “With so much interest, we began to explore the possibility of building a limited run of the Petty’s Garage Mustang GT.”
In 1920, the 18th Amendment banned the production and possession of alcohol in the United States. As law enforcement officials began to enforce “Prohibition”, alcohol producers had to be clever about how they transported their liquor. Specifically, to transport illegal alcohol, they needed vehicles that didn’t attract much attention so they would take ordinary “stock cars” and hot-rod them for high speed driving. When Prohibition ended in 1933, this widespread activity had became enormously popular and legal “stockcar racing” began. By the late ’40s, it had become a major form of entertainment. So popular, in fact, that NASCAR (The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) was formed in 1948 primarily to give formal definition to the sport.
Well, it depends. Some manufacturers include it in their maintenance schedules and others don’t.
Mercedes-Benz, for example, says brake fluid should be replaced every two years or 20,000 miles, and Porsche Towson says that should be done on most Porsche models every two years regardless of mileage. On the other hand, most Chevrolets can go 150,000 miles or 10 years, according to Chevy’s maintenance schedule, and many Ford, Chrysler and Toyota vehicles don’t even list brake fluid as a regular maintenance item.
There are millions of car accidents per year in the United States -hopefully you won’t ever be involved in one. If you are, however, knowing what to do post-accident can save you a lot of time and trouble –especially when dealing with local law enforcement. Police officers are very busy professionals and the accurate collection of accident data and evidence can be difficult, especially if the accident scene is chaotic. Here are some ways that you can help and protect your own interests too:
Rare is the car that never gets embellished with stickers. Many are called bumper stickers but stickers are put on far more places than just bumpers. Windows are perhaps the second most popular place. And some cars have more than just one or two stickers on them. Some cars have dozens of stickers of all shapes and sizes and often a mixture of new and ratty old ones. Yup, a genuine mess.
So you just bought a used car that a good example of sticker overuse? Especially the ones that express alternative political points of view – like “It’s all about Benghazi”, for example. Or perhaps, you’d like to reboot the family car that your teenager has turned into a forum on environmental causes. Well, all this can be done. It just takes a little time and effort.
Based on the new 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT-8, the Mr. Norm’s Super Challenger and Super Cuda draw inspiration from their race bred relatives, the original 1971 Mr. Norm’s Super Challenger Super Fuel Funny Car and the legendary 1970 Cuda. These vehicles feature a dramatic appearance that matches heart stopping good looks with heart pounding performance.
Since the Dodge Charger was such a sales success despite its midyear introduction, changes were limited for 1967. Outside, new fender-mounted turn signals were introduced and would serve as the main outside identifier between a 1966 and 1967 Charger. A vinyl roof became available as well. Inside, the full length console was gone, due in part to customer complaints about entry and exit from the back seats. It was replaced with a regular sized console.