Posts Tagged ‘cover’

Safe driving advice and information

Dec
10

Winter is upon us, and that usually means snow, ice or at least a thick film of frost on every pavement and road first thing on a morning. While pedestrians will have to try their best not to slip, motorists have more to be wary of at this time of year. Winter is the most difficult time of year for drivers, as they have to contend with patches of black ice, heavy snow drifts, freezing rain or, at the very least, a few patches of frost that show no signs of thawing.

1969 Ford Mustang – Sale Spec’s Pro Tourning “Project Nasty” – Supercharged 500 HP

Oct
29

1969 Ford Mustang - Sale Spec’s Pro Tourning “Project Nasty” - Supercharged 500 HP - Muscle Cars BlogHello, fans, are you ready for the Sale Spec’s Pro Tourning “Project Nasty” – a beautiful 1969 Ford Mustang Pro Touring, supercharged 500 HP road/track beast? It has many awards and magazine covers just like cover of Modified Mustangs and Fords / Second Place Car of the Year Modified Mustangs and Fords / Car of the Month Lateral-g.net / Featured in Popular Hotrodding “Guys who drive their car hard” Article 10/12 / Good Guys Columbus Street Machine of the Year Competition Ford Muscle Pick / MCA Grand National Gold award / Shelby National Convention SAAC / SVT Nationals 1st Place / Detroit Autorama 3rd Place Street Touring 2011 / In the Columbus Dispatch Newspaper weekend of Goodguys Columbus …

We found this baby on the sale market, built by Christiana Muscle Cars, Inc. to showcase the efforts of the shop and wanted to share with you some of the features of this hot Stang. Don’t forget to check out the super cool pictures on Read More!

1969 Ford Mustang MACH 1 428

Jun
25

1969 Ford Mustang MACH 1 428 - Muscle Cars BlogLadies and gentlemen, the exceptionally clean muscle car – the 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 offered here is likely the finest factory original anywhere, and is one of the rarest. This Mach 1 packs it’s factory 428 Cobra Jet Ram Air engine, 4-speed manual transmission, and 3.50 traction lok differential. Raven Black with red stripes, black deluxe interior, power steering and brakes, shaker hood and more.

This amazing Mustang was a poster car for the Sta-Fast Tape Company, and proudly garnished the cover of the May 2007 edition of Hemmings Muscle Machines Magazine. (There is a pristine copy that goes with the car..) This delightful find is heavily documented with it’s original factory build sheet, original factory invoice and window sticker, original warranty book with owner’s card, Deluxe Marti Report, a copy of a previous owner’s Virginia title showing 17k actual miles in 1990, a 2003 Letter from Ford verifying the car and it’s original equipment, the original owner’s manual, and a letter from Kevin Marti declaring this car to be 1 of only 28 to have been built as this one was. Click on Read more for many pictures of this lovely muscle car!

1967 Shelby GT 350 Factory Paxton Supercharged

May
26

1967 Shelby GT 350 Factory Paxton Supercharged - Muscle Cars Blog1967 Shelby GT 350 with Factory Paxton Supercharger – a truly awesome muscle car ! Shelby built 35 1967 Shelby GT 350′s with Paxton Superchargers. Only 19 of these cars are still known to exist. Only 5 Red Supercharged cars were built and only 4 of those are known to still exist. The engine is a date correct 289 High Performance engine with all of the correct parts and all are date correct for the car including Harmonic Balancer, S7 intake maniford, S7 High-po exhaust manifolds, distributor, engine cover, heads, original valve covers, etc. 

The four speed toploader transmission is coded with the correct RUG-1 and the rear end is date correct. The former owner stated that the Paxton Supercharger is original to the car and is dated February 10, 1967. This car was built by Ford on May 4, 1967 and Shelby completed it on May 19, 1967. The amount of original parts is incredible with the motor mounts, rear 2 1/2″ brake drums, and even the fuel sending unit being original Ford. The motor mounts are dated C7ZZ and the fuel sending unit has a C7 part number.

The car has just experienced a complete ground up restoration by a Mustang Club of America Gold Card Judge. Stay tuned for more information! Check out the incredible image gallery!

Carole Nash Insurance Company

Apr
18

The Carole Nash Insurance Company has been in the business for twenty-five years and is ranked among the top forty insurance brokers in the UK and Ireland. Although they started life as a specialist motor bike insurance insurance company (and still excel at this today) they now offer many types of policies to suit every individual’s needs as well as business needs. With access to some of the most competitive quotes, you could save quite a lot of money by taking out a policy with Carole Nash, whether you are a bike enthusiast, adore classic and vintage cars or are looking to protect your home, and the benefits are fantastic.
For example, extensive UK and European breakdown cover – and you will receive the same amount of cover whether at home or not – an in-house claims team so that one call will sort everything out, and various discounts for club memberships. Almost any recognised club members will be entitled to a discount. Some of these are:

Endsleigh Car Insurance

Apr
18

There are several different types of car insurance policy, and it is important that you purchase the correct one. If not then there is a danger that you will not be covered as you might wish, or alternatively it could be costing you too much money. Here is an overviews of the main type of insurance policies that are available.
Third party insurance

Third party insurance is the minimum level of car insurance and it is the type of insurance that the law stipulates you must have if you own a car. Even if you don’t intend to drive it but is does not have a SORN, you still need third party insurance. It covers any damage you might do to property that is not owned by you covers potential compensation payments to anyone who might be injured in an accident involving your vehicle, including your passengers.

Afterburner: Hennessey Venom GT Hits the Dyno

20-Dec-2010



ROAD & TRACK Magazine features the Venom GT on the Cover of their February, 2011 issue. How does a streetable 933 horsepower at the rear wheels sound? How about 874 lb-ft of torque at the tires? It sounds mighty tasty to us, especially considering that those numbers come courtesy of regular 93 octane pump gas (no race fuel here, kiddies) and, again, are at the wheel. Ditch the drivetrain loss and power at the crank will easily crest 1,000 ponies. Check out the gallery of this awesome and powerful Hennessey Venom GT!