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1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500E

Sep
04

1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500E - Muscle Cars BlogComplete Build Out Information:
Donor Car:
1967 Arizona ,Rust-Free, A-Code 4-Barrel Car

Restoration:
Full Rotisserie

Drivetrain:
Custom built Ford 428 cubic inch High Performance Engine Stroked to 478 CI. Runs on 93 octane unleaded gas.
BILLET Steel Crankshaft, H-Beam competition connecting rods, custom forged lightweight pistons and larger camshaft
QUICK TIME, Blow Proof bell housing and block plate
BILLET Steel fly wheel
Center Force dual friction clutch and pressure plate
TILTON Hydraulic clutch slave conversion
Aluminum Block Adapter for remote oil filter and cooler lines
Rod and Custom oil pan to fit suspension
Aluminum Roller Rocker Arms
Lunati Solid Roller Lifter camshaft, Edlebrock Performer RPM Aluminum heads, Canton racing modified rear sump pan
CNC Cylinder Head Porting- CNC ported and bench flow tested
Edelbrock High volume aluminum water pump Read more! See more images!

2009 Ford Mustang Roush P-51b

Aug
30

2009 Ford Mustang Roush P-51b - Muscle Cars BlogLike most gearheads, Jack Roush enjoys engines of any kind and speed at any level. Nobody knows more about getting a Ford around a racetrack quickly than this guy. And for years, some of the nastiest, most powerful, and most spectacular blue oval hardware ever built has come out of Roush Performance in Livonia Michigan. However, as an owner of two P-51 Mustangs, Jack also has a healthy love for the vintage warbirds which inspired America’s first pony car. And in 2009, he decided to create an aeronautical themed performance car that would be a literal interpretation of Triple Ace Bud Anderson’s “Old Crow” P-51B fighter plane. One of only 51 produced, this showroom fresh Roush P-51B is the ultimate embodiment of classic American aviation and decades of racing knowledge. If you’re looking for a unique show car that’s virtually guaranteed to grow into an elite, investment grade muscle car, here’s your chance to strap in early and watch this Mustang climb! Read more an enjoy the image gallery of this beautiful 2009 Ford Mustang Roush P-51b!

1969 Chevrolet Camaro LS2 550 HP – The Punisher

Aug
28

1969 Chevrolet Camaro LS2 550 HP - The Punisher - Muscle Cars BlogWe’ve featured some pretty amazing pro-touring early Camaros lately here at Muscle Cars Blog, but when you start giving cars names, you know they’re getting serious. Built by the artists at GelPro Rod & Muscle, his 1969 Camaro is known as “The Punisher” and given the performance credentials and stunning execution, it’s entirely appropriate (yes, comic book fans, we know The Punisher drove a GTO, not a Camaro, so save your E-mails; it’s just a name). Pro-touring is all about integrating modern performance equipment with vintage sheetmetal, and this pro-built car delivers on every level-it has already been voted the runner-up in the 2009 GoodGuys Muscle Car of the Year competition. Power comes from a modified LS2 V8, the suspension is heavily upgraded, and it spins a modern 5-speed transmission, not to mention all the creature comforts that are part of the deal. If ever there was a car that has legitimately earned its name, it’s this one-it will definitely punish competitors on the street as well as the show field. Click on read more for fantastic photos!

1969 Chevrolet Camaro 763 HP Show and Go muscle car!

Aug
23

1969 Chevrolet Camaro 763 HP Show and Go muscle car! - Muscle Cars BlogWe are proud to present this gorgeous 1969 Camaro Pro Touring Car. This Bad Boy Camaro went through a 3 year Pro restoration and custom build. Work was finished in early 2012. It was built by a custom restoration shop for the owner himself. The featured muscle car is seriously fast – seriously fun – seriously cool… Check out pictures and video on Read more!

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS – Pro Touring Convertible 502

Aug
22

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS - Pro Touring Convertible 502 - Muscle Cars BlogHow do you make a first generation Camaro even better? Easy. Add power and make it handle like a slot car. The next candidate for our pro-touring Camaro Hall of Fame is this wild 1969 Camaro convertible. Born with a coat of Fathom Green and a lot less engine, the restoration process was especially good to this car. It now features big-block power, a trick suspension and an eye-popping color that perfectly complements its asphalt-eating demeanor. If you liked the last few pro-touring first-gens but prefer yours topless, take a closer look at this at this ground-pounding 1969 Chevrolet Camaro convertible.

While most F-body enthusiasts have a particular year they favor, you would be hard-pressed to find one that doesn’t like the 1969 design. While the basic side profile remained the same from 1968, all sheet metal (with the exception of the hood and decklid) was reworked for a lower, wider and generally more aggressive look. When straightening out the body work on this Camaro, perfection was clearly the goal. Every corner is sharp, every line is crisp and panel fitment is far superior to assembly line work. Covering that laser straight body is an attractive shade of yellow that does a great job of accenting the cars line while turning of plenty of heads in the process. Accenting that yellow paint are two matte black stripes that further the aggressive demeanor of this F-body. All paint work is high-quality with absolutely no noticeable flaws from any angle. Read more and view more pictures!

How to Buy a Car on 0 Car Finance

Aug
22

0 car finance is one of the most successful finance options. It is consistently attracting customers to buying their ideal motor, brand new, where other deals pumped with interest have failed. But what are the real pros and cons of purchasing your motor on 0 car finance? What is great enough to cause a rise of over 42 per cent in the number of customers who are choosing to go with car dealer finance?

0 per cent car finance is one of the most cost effective ways of spreading your payments over a longer period of time. If you like to spend your money on the little niceties in life such as meals out and shopping sprees, 0 per cent finance is usually a set repayment around which you can restructure your financial life.

It might sound too good to be true, and there are a few pit falls. Of course, 0 car finance isn’t available to every Tom, Dick and Harry. There is a list of criteria that has to be met, and having a good credit history will really help you out.

1969 Ford Mustang BOSS 302 – 1 of 1

Aug
20

1969 Ford Mustang BOSS 302 - 1 of 1 - Muscle Cars BlogA muscle car to have – 1969 Mustang BOSS 302 – 1 of 1! This is a rare, desirable, collectible, numbers matching, original engine and drive train, acapulco blue muscle car – 1969 Ford Mustang BOSS 302 – 1 of 1!

Yes, a REAL 1969 MUSTANG BOSS 302 with 84K ACTUAL MILES and MATCHING NUMBERS. The rarity of this Boss 302 combined with the original engine, beautiful color and options put this Ride into the must have for the serious Muscle Car Collector. This is a well documented and maintained muscle car with Deluxe Marti Report, Factory Invoice, Dealer Invoice, High Quality Professional Rotisserie Restoration with Photos and also documented in the Boss 302 World Registry. Read more for details and check out the image gallery!

2012 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 on ADV.1 Wheels

Aug
15

2012 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 on ADV.1 Wheels - Muscle Cars BlogThe Corvette ZR1 is one of those pieces of US metal that make many, many, European go-fast rides want to cry and go hide in a shed. Thus, ZR1 owners are extremely proud of their rides and want to offer their car tributes, as a sign of gratitude for all the performance.

This is exactly the case here, with a yellow example of the ZR1, which was gifted with a set of custom shoes. The 640 hp ‘Vette was touched by Advance One Wheels, which fitted it with a set of ADV07TS rims.

The wheels use a black finish for the center and a brushed aluminum finish for the lips, with the contrast between the two acting like an attention magnet. The rims, which come in a 20-inch size, are wrapped in Invo Nitto rubber. Click on read more for more images!

1971 Plymouth Barracuda 1000+ HP Monster

Aug
10

1971 Plymouth Barracuda 1000+ HP Monster - Muscle Cars BlogHang on, this is one of the ultimate muscle cars – a 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda with enormous power of 1000+ HP! Prepare for some features:

Engine:
- All aluminum Indy Cylinder Head Motor
- 528 cid 1000+hp 1000 ft lbs of Torque
- Has all best equipment and parts fron Indy Cyl
- 8 quart swing arm Milidon Oil Pan
- TTI headers Ceramic Coated outside – Thermal Coated Inside
- 2-750 cfm Blower Carbs. by Demond
- Blower Shop 871 Blower – 9lbs of Boost

Click on Read more and check out the exclusive gallery!

1971 Plymouth Barracuda 440 Six Pack

Aug
09

1971 Plymouth Barracuda 440 Six Pack - Muscle Cars BlogToday’s muscle car is this gorgeous 1971 Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack V code with a 4 speed HEMI gear box. This muscle vehicle is 1 of only 108 Six Pack Cudas ever built and probably the best original in the world. What’s more, this car is in perfect original condition. It features Super Track Pack Dana 60 rear end, HEMI suspension, cooling package and power front disc brakes. Interior is in flawless condition, too!

The original #’s matching six pack 440 motor /trans and rear. Body panels are in perfect condition with no rust. One thing is for sure – this muscle car runs tight and fast. Click on Read more and enjoy the image gallery of this gorgeous 1971 Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack!