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1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback R Code 428 Cobra Jet


1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback R Code 428 Cobra Jet - Muscle Cars BlogGorgeous Acapulco Blue 1968 GT “R” Code 428 Cobra Jet, 4 Speed, Fastback, Vin # 8F02RXXXXXX. The Marti Report confirms this factory Acapulco Blue car. It came from the factory with a 9″ 4.30 Traction-Lok Axle but it has been changed to a 3.50 9″ Traction -Lok Rear Axle which is a great performance / highway ratio. Beautiful new Two Tone ( Lt Blue / Dark Blue ) Blue Bucket Seat Interior with Sports Deck Rear Seat (Fold Down Seat) and Rear Trap Door. Factory 8,000 RPM Tachometer. Factory AM Radio, Power Disc Brakes, Nice GT Styled Steel Wheels, New F-70 Firestone Wide Oval tires. The owner has owned several fast 1968 1/2 “R” Code 428 Cobra Jet GT Fastbacks over the years and this is definitely the strongest running 1968 1/2 “R” Code 428 Cobra Jet GT Fastback he has ever owned!!! Click on Read more for images!

1969 Chevrolet Camaro HR 1 Convertible


1969 Chevrolet Camaro HR 1 Convertible - Muscle Cars Blog1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL 1 Convertible – Designed by Doug Evans of HOT ROD magazine. Hot Rod licensed Jim Barber of Classic Automotive Restoration Specialist (CARS) to build HOT ROD 1. Only 69 of these hand built cars will ever be built. There will never be another one like this Camaro. Hot Rod #2, is the only red car with a limited edition (only 200 built) ZL 1 all aluminum 454 to ever be built. For the most part a stock appearing Camaro with the latest in automotive engineering products such as a Tremec 5 speed, Fat man stage III front suspension, Detroit Speed Quadra link coil-over rear with mini tubs, Moser 12 bolt, SSBC brakes, ultra leather upholstery, Vintage air, Budnik wheels and much more. Hot Rod history built by the best. Click on Read more for images!

2008 Roush Stage 3 Mustang GT – 1000 HP Twin Turbocharged


2008 Roush Stage 3 Mustang GT - 1000 HP Twin Turbocharged - Muscle Cars BlogThis 2008 Roush Stage 3 Mustang GT with a custom 1000 Horsepower Twin Turbocharged V-8 is a piece of art. This car started as the Top of the line $59,000 MSRP Roush Stage 3 which includes supercharged 430 Horsepower V8. It was then sent to the performance shop to have this fully polished $40,000 1000 HP Twin Turbo motor built. While the motor was out, it went to the custom paint shop where it was fully diassembled & custom airbrish painted. Every edge of this car has been airbrushed with custom paint including the engine bay, under hood , under trunklid, door jams, EVEN THE INSIDE OF EACH WHEEL WAS AIRBRUSH PAINTED WITH SKULLS  !!! The paintwork and body modifications alone cost over $30,000.  The suspension & brakes were upgraded to match performance. The interior is custom two tone leather with Stage 3 embriodered in the seats. This is a REAL Roush stage 3 car that has over $150,000 invested in it.  Click on Read more for photos!

2010 Chevrolet Camaro Fesler-Moss


2010 Chevrolet Camaro Fesler-Moss - Muscle Cars BlogToday’s muscle cars is this 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Fesler-Moss. It features LS9 engine, Custom carbon fiber body work, Serial #1, Full custom stereo with navigation, A WICKED exhaust system, Orange houndstooth inserts and this is One of THE ultimate Camaros!

Few Camaros can turn heads like this one, and fewer still can plant them in the seats!  This monster sports GM’s greatest, the LS9 found in the ZR1 Corvette, along with a host of visual firepower!  With only 2500 original miles, the car’s nearly new, inside and out. Read more!

The value of used trailers


Last year my family decided that we would try a camping holiday and after thought and discussion we were sure that we would need a trailer to help us transport our luggage.

Obviously trailers are not cheap and as I was unsure how much use we would get from the trailer I was dubious on buying a trailer for this one trip.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro 427 Yenko


1969 Chevrolet Camaro 427 Yenko - Muscle Cars BlogThe Yenko Super Camaro was a modified Chevrolet Camaro prepared by Yenko Chevrolet, Canonsburg, PA., under the command of Don Yenko from 1967 through 1969 and we, Musclevehicles.com present it to you. Don, a renowned racer and the owner of Yenko Chevrolet, decided the new for ’67 Camaro needed a bit more oomph. This was because a General Motors corporate edict prevented it from carrying an engine larger than 400 CID V8; this put the Camaro at a serious disadvantage to the Ford Mustang, Plymouth Barracuda and the Dodge Dart since they had no such a limit.

Don Yenko, however, knew there was a market for an ultra-powerful Camaro and found ways around the GM limit. To accomplish this task he transplanted the L-72 427 big block engine form the Corvette into the Camaro, thus the Yenko SC or Super Camaro was born! Seeing how successful Don’s creation was, other dealers across the Country also did similar swaps, but the Yenko is widely considered the most collectible of the bunch. Click on Read more!

1969 Berger Corvette 427 VERY RARE 1 OF 2


1969 Berger Corvette 427 VERY RARE 1 OF 2 - Muscle Cars BlogThis 1969 Berger Corvette 427 is VERY RARE 1 OF 2 only made. You are looking at a very rare piece of automotive history.  This Corvette was produced by Berger Chevrolet in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  It is one of only two corvettes Berger produced.  They are well known for their Camaro’s and to this day are still offering their power pack options which cost between $40,000 and $60,000 for their modifications.  Unlike many high performance chevy dealers Berger is still family owned and still in existence today (unlike Yanko and many others).

This corvette has a 427 tri-power which started as a 400 horse car and as far as we know, they modified to at least 450 horse.  It is a very high option car, it has both tops.  It also has the original build sheet and window sticker.  The only option that was changed on the car is the deluxe wheels that is on the tank sticker to the rally wheels which I think most would agree look better on the car. Click on Read more for exclusive and rare images!

1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Eleanor Gone in 60 Seconds Camera Car


1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Eleanor Gone in 60 Seconds Camera Car - Muscle Cars BlogWe stumbled upon this amazing 1968 Ford Mustang GT350 for sale from San Francisco Sports Cars while we, at Musclevehicles.com strive to provide you with great and interesting content. This 1968 Ford Mustang GT350 “Eleanor” is a showstopper in Flame Orange exterior paint with Nissan black pearl stripes, Wow! This ridiculous Eleanor has been built to the max, from her custom built bodywork to her pumped up small block, this car screams quality and performance.

Built as a camera car for the “Gone in Sixty Seconds” movie she was a shell of her current self as they only needed her to be correct in the cockpit when filming the movie. After her tour of duty was complete, the movie car was sold to a private party who decided to build her out and make her his personal steed, no expense was spared and this is the fruits of his vision. Click on Read more for images!

Back to the future as Chevy produces standalone SS


It was more than fitting that the new 2014 Chevrolet SS got its first major outing at Daytona recently. The production model of the company’s latest muscle car may only have been on the infield this time but the first real-wheel drive performance sedan to be released by the company since 1996 is as exciting for some people as the high-octane racing on the oval, where the Nascar Sprint Cup version was making its debut.

Indeed, it was some debut for the Chevy SS – after the new production model paced the racecars at the start, Jimmie Johnson followed up by bringing his Nascar Super Sport over the line for victory in the main event.

1979 Pontiac Trans Am – 10th Anniversary – Daytona Pace Car


1979 Pontiac Trans Am - 10th Anniversary - Daytona Pace Car - Muscle Cars BlogThis particular 1979 Trans Am Anniversary Edition represents a rare matching-numbers treasured classic with it’s significant historical value as (believed to be) being one of only 60 Anniversary Trans Am’s involved in the “Dealer drive away program” through Nascar that year and as you can see, Musclevehicles.com strives to provide you with unique and interesting muscle cars.

What a difference a decade can make. In 1969, the Trans Am was a sharp-looking option package that sold in relatively small numbers. In 1979, the Trans Am was a car that everyone wanted. Immortalized in movies, the Trans Am had emerged as a major contributor to Pontiac’s purse. Not everyone was going to drive off in a Trans Am from the Pontiac lot, as there were plenty of other Firebird models that could feed the sporty car habit. After all, it wasn’t every car that could sick around for 10 years racking up increasing sales. Read more for images!