Muscle Car


Callaway Corvette C7 GT3-R World Debut at Hockenheim


Callaway Corvette C7 GT3-R Front AngleThis weekend’s ADAC GT Masters Season Finale was the backdrop for the unveiling of Callaway Competition’s new Callaway Corvette C7 GT3-R. Following a brief presentation to media and invited guests, the successor of the C6-based Callaway Z06.R GT3 was displayed to the public for the first time on October 3, 2015 at the Hockenheimring in Germany.

Constructors of GT race cars since 1990 and based in Leingarten Germany, Callaway Competition possesses a wealth of experience, technical know-how and a broad network of specialized professional partners. These elements were crucial to conduct such a large undertaking.

Chevy Introduces Camaro Accessories, Performance Parts


chevy introduces camaro accessories, performance partsAs the all-new Gen Six Camaro rolls into showrooms this fall, Chevrolet is matching its introduction with accessories and performance parts that enable greater personalization and driving fun.

From performance air intake and exhaust systems, to lowering kits, ground-effects packages, spoilers and even performance Brembo® brake systems, the lineup is designed to offer customers choices for distinguishing their new Camaros on the street and making the most of the cars’ performance capabilities.

“These accessories and parts were designed, engineered and tested by our Camaro team, assuring proper fit and integration – and they are backed by Chevrolet,” said Jim Campbell, GM U.S. vice president of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports.

Pontiac Trans Am 1969


Pontiac Trans Am 1969 Front AngleWith corporate limits curtailing bigger designs, the engineers at Pontiac chose to focus on various new Ram Air configurations for the 400 CI engine package that had first debuted in 1967. After the Ram Air II package of 1968, the Ram Air III and IV engines were at the top of the Pontiac power pantheon in 1969, the year that Mr. Shaffer’s unrestored Trans Am came off the assembly line.

Outfitted with special paint, spoilers and handling pieces, the 1969 model year was the first for the Trans-Am equipment package and the only year it was available on the first-generation Firebird. At 335 HP, the new 1969

1970 Dodge Hemi Challenger R/T 426/425 HP 4-Speed


1970 Dodge Hemi Challenger RT Front Angle

  • Nut and bolt rotisserie restoration
  • The only documented Plum Crazy Hemi 4-speed Challenger R/T with Shaker hood and Super Track Pack
  • 426/425 HP Hemi V-8 engine
  • 4-speed transmission
  • Hurst Pistol Grip shifter
  • Super Track Pack rear axle
  • Shaker hood, hood pins

Hennessey 650 HP GMC Denali 0-60 mph in 4.5 sec


Source: Hennessey via YouTube

Choosing a car to Restore


Restoring a car is great fun and it is a way to end up with your dream car or make money from something that interests you and that you enjoy. However, it can also be the opposite from fun. You can end up losing a lot of money.  It is all too easy to buy a money pit and end up with a half-restored vehicle or badly out of pocket.

The first step

The first step to restoring a car is always research. It is the only way to find the right car for you. Get that right and the rest should fall easily into place and you should be able to avoid a restoration disaster. Here are some tips to help you to narrow down your options and take you closer to buying a great car that you will enjoy restoring.

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible Ralph Eckler Signature Corvette No.1


1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible Ralph Eckler Signature Corvette No.1Almost 50 years have passed since the 1965 Chevrolet Corvette rolled off the assembly line. Since then, automotive technology has soared in its usage and sophistication, affecting not only production automobiles but the aftermarket that serves the sporting enthusiast. Perhaps no American automobile has benefited more from the aftermarket customizing industry, including both appearance and performance segments, than Corvette. Today there are an untold number incorporating every kind of enhancement from custom floor mats to full-blown performance mods aimed at creating the ultimate thrill ride aiming at the Texas Mile.

Liberty Walk Dodge Challenger Hellcat Green


2015 Liberty Walk Dodge Challenger Hellcat Green Front AngleThere’s two ways of interpreting the term ‘going green’, and we much prefer this route. No quiet battery cell operated engines here, just pure raw American muscle. With another angry cat on our backs, we gave it the Liberty Walk treatment. Widening the body, we then installed a set of forged three piece PUR LG05’s with a matte black diamond face and polished step lip. The car was literally brought down to the ground with the help of a Airrex air suspension system. With a compressor in the trunk, the lines ran through to all four corners to increase and decrease pressure.

1948 Cadillac Series 61 Street Rod 502/450 HP – Air Ride


1948 Cadillac Series 61 Street Rod Front Angle

  • Built by noted customizer Jeff Osburn at Tolle Road Customs in Mt. Vernon, IL
  • 4 year build completed in 2002 at the cost of over $130,000
  • Less than 3,500 miles since completion
  • 502/450 HP Chevrolet crate engine
  • Automatic transmission
  • Custom air induction system
  • Custom engine bay enclosures
  • 4-wheel disc brakes

Top-Rated Rretailer Offers Classic Camaro Parts


top-rated retailer offers classic camaro partsTop-rated classic Chevrolet parts retailer H&H Classic Parts has launched a new line of classic Camaro parts, with an emphasis on providing maximum value without sacrificing part quality. With 95% of H&H customers willing to recommend the retailer to a friend – and an average customer satisfaction rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars – classic Camaro parts from H&H are expected to be popular.

“There are a lot of companies offering restoration parts for the Camaro,” explains Tray Smith, Vice President of H&H Classic Parts, “but we’re the only one with great pricing and an exceptional customer satisfaction rating.”

H&H Classic Parts has been reviewed by hundreds of customers using the Shopper Approved rating system, which collects feedback from customers on order quality, accuracy, wait time, and value. According to the Shopper Approved rating system, 95% of H&H Classic Parts customers would recommend the company to a friend.