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1969 Chevrolet Camaro PRO-Touring 617 Horsepower Merlin Engine


1969 Chevrolet Camaro PRO-Touring 617 Horsepower Merlin Engine - Muscle Cars BlogThis 1969 Chevrolet Camaro PRO-Touring 617 Horsepower Merlin Engine was professionally restored at Phoenix rods & speed and finished in late 2011. A lovely muscle car for enthusiasts!

complete restoration, new roof, floor pans, firewall, fenders, rollpans, hood, decklid, rear quarters streched 2″ and lengthened 4″,huge tubs and roll bar installed

all new door panels, dash, carpet, seats, flaming river tilt coulmn, wheel and 5 point harness Read more!

1963 Chevrolet Corvette 2600 HP- World’s Fastest Street Legal Corvette


1963 Chevrolet Corvette 2600 HP- World's Fastest Street Legal Corvette - Muscle Cars BlogCheck out this incredible 1963 Chevrolet Corvette – it’s the World’s Fastest street legal corvette out there! It’s a once-in-a-lifetime project, that took more than 5 years and realized by Rod Saboury. But let’s get straight to the point – enjoy this mean machine, read the full article and check out the 100+ images in the gallery!

Design and Construction

The 5-year project was started in 2001. In the first 2 years, drawings, schematics, adherence to drag racing rules and local motor vehicle requirements were foremost in the preliminary design. Finding the correct car was also at the top of the “To Do” list. When the car was eventually found, it was delivered to Rod as a shell on a wooden pallet with no frame, the original VIN tags, clear title and a price tag of $800…It was Perfect!

The body was sent to long time friend and fiberglass guru Frank Morawski where the body was stretched 12 inches in three places to maintain proportions. It was widened 3 inches in the rear, the quarter panels were raised 2 inches, a rear wing was recessed into the body and a functioning trunk was created that looked like it came from the GM factory. Overall, it was no easy feat requiring hundreds of man-hours. Great Job Frank. Read more!

1970 Chevrolet Camaro Show/Pro Touring


1970 Chevrolet Camaro Show/Pro Touring - Muscle Cars BlogToday’s featured muscle car is this 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport – Pro Touring. This bad ass resto mod 600 HP beast has 416ci stroker motor, 6 speed transmission.

All wheels are equipped with 6 piston Wilwood brakes and custom 19″ and 20″ 3 piece Fesler wheels. Here are some more of the improvements:
- FAB 9 alloy center position rear end
- Bilstein coil overs with adjustable height and firm to soft adjustments
- 44mm front sway bar and rear sway bar
- stailess steel fuel injected seal tank
- Art Morrison chassis with aluminum A-arms,  power rack and pinion steeing
- Borla exhaust and stailess headers  – Read more for pictures!

How to get cheap car insurance for the over 50s


When you join the over 50′s crowd, your car insurance premiums are likely to go down. Insurance companies calculate policy prices by determining the risk of each driver. When you get older, you are considered to be less of a risk, giving you more affordable options to choose from.

However, if you do a few things, it may be possible for you to see even better reductions. If you are really keen on squeezing every last penny out of your next policy, there are a few things you can do.

The Best Aftermarket Parts for Your Muscle Car


When muscle cars hit the streets back in the 1950s they smashed everything else off the road with out-of-this-world performance. Indulging their owners with growling power and NASCAR-tested engines, these mean machines changed the world forever. They transformed the streets from the domain of dreary 4-seaters into a horsepower-packed playground. Modern muscle cars build upon this legendary heritage by taking the latest technology and using it to produce massively powerful machines. And, unlike the 1950s when your desire to customize was limited by what the factory chucked out, you can deck out your prized ride with a vast array of custom muscle car accessories.

2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Raises Over One Million


The all-new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C7 was  auctioned at Barrett-Jackson for $1,100,000. The lucky winning bidder will get a car with a VIN ending in #0001.

The 2014 Corvette Stingray is the most powerful standard model ever. It is powered by a 6.2 liter LT1 V8 engine featuring Active Fuel Management, CVVT (Continuously Variable Valve Timing) and an Advanced Combustion System. The result is 450HP (335 kW) and 610Nm (450 lb-ft) of torque. 0-100 km/h in under 4 seconds and a top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph) – electronically limited.

The sports car is also expected to be the most fuel efficient Corvette, exceeding EPA-estimated 26 mpg of the current model.

2013 NicKey ZL-1 Camaro Convertible Stage II 850hp


2013 NicKey ZL-1 Camaro Convertible Stage II 850hp - Muscle Cars BlogWhat we got here is a 2013 NicKey ZL-1 Camaro Convertible Stage II 850hp serial #001!! This baby is built by NicKey Chicago of St. Charles, Illinios, known as “The Original Super Car Headquarters”.

NicKey Chevrolet started building Super Camaros for the 1967 model year.  These were cars the factory would not dare build! These were the ultimate performance vehicles which could be driven right off the dealer’s showroom floor. Today they have become some of the most valuable, coveted Muscle Cars of all time.

Flash forward a few decades and here they are once again building cars that you cannot get from GM! Their stage I ZL1 Convertible starts at 700hp. This NicKey Super Camaro Features NicKey ZL-1 Stage II, 800 hp plus+ package! Click on Read more!

Muscle cars and e-bikes


Muscle cars and e-bikes - Muscle Cars BlogHello, guys! We strive to provide you with cool and unique articles about American Muscle cars and today we’re gonna talk about muscle cars and …. electric bikes. Yes, electric bikes!

You all know why carmakers build muscle cars – because people buy them, and they add luster to the brands. They’re wrapped up in the flag, right along with apple pie and motherhood. Does Car and Driver or Road & Track put Ford Fiestas on the cover, or Boss 302 Mustangs? Incidentally, that model first appeared in 1969 and 1970, which is when muscle car fever was in full bloom. No early muscle car had anything but a V-8 under the hood and that was amazing, but when you think about 1969 Boss 429 got 9-12 mpg on premium fuel.. well, that’s the other side of the coin. However, the new muscle cars era does better with about 17 mpg in the city and a credible 26 mpg on the highway. Back in the days the gasoline was 30 cents, now it’s $3.30 per gallon and don’t get me wrong – I love muscle cars, but recently I stumbled upon the Predator Offroad Electric Bike from REEF Bikes. Read more!

2007 Dodge Charger SRT8 SEMA show car with 30 monitors


2007 Dodge Charger SRT8 SEMA show car with 30 monitors - Muscle Cars BlogDesert Autosport is very pleased to bring to the marketplace this 2007 Dodge Charger SRT8. This is no ordinary Charger, it is a full blown custom show car that was built for the SEMA show in Las Vegas. It has $120,000 just in the customization of the car plus the actual cost of the car itself!!!

The body is custom painted in a bright green metallic and features a custom carbon fiber hood, carbon fiber decklid, custom grille and custom LED tail lights. It rides on gigantic 26 inch custom wheels that are painted green on the left side and black on the right side of the car. To fit this massive wheels it has a complete custom air ride suspension and this car drops all the way down to the ground for when you want to show off a little.

The interior is just amazing. For starters it has 30 TV monitors that are housed in an amazing array of custom fiberglass enclosures. You can watch dvd’s or play anything directly from your ipod. The stereo is amazing and Rockford Fosgate was definitley a sponser on this car. It has speakers everywhere with 2 huge amps and subwoofer box in the trunk. The stereo in this car rocks and sounds awesome if watching a movie with a great soundtrack. The door panels, seats, headliner and every square inch of the interior is custom made and done right!!! Click on Read more for big image gallery!

Team Work pays off for KTM


Well it’s fair to say it’s been a fantastic Dakar Rally for the KTM Factory team so far, and at stage 12, things got even better.

Current race leader Cyril Despres managed to maintain his lead, whilst superbly helping team-mate Ruben Faria cement 2nd place in the bike contest.

It seemed that team-work was the crucial ingredient to the successful formula the boys from KTM are creating. But this would be tested to the limit as they approached the twelfth stage at Copiapo.

This stage has always carried an element of the ‘fear-factor’ for Dakar riders of all disciplines, which ensured that there was a hint of caution surrounding the competitors.