Chevrolet hit one of the all-time grand slam home runs with the first-generation Camaro Z28, a fleet-footed, free-revving banshee that ruled the SCCA’s Trans Am racing series, the drag strip and the Continue Reading →
Special editions were a big part of Mustang DNA. In 1969, there were 10 different engines, Mach 1, Shelby, Boss, GT and Grande variants, as well as promotions including the West Coast Rainbow of Color Continue Reading →
For the 6th straight year, the Ford Mustang has won the Vincentric Best Value in America Award for Sports Cars.
Based on statistical analysis of several key costs of ownership including insurance, Continue Reading →
360 horsepower: Check. Standard seven-passenger seating: Check. New standard 20-inch wheels with high-gloss Granite Crystal finish: Check. New rich Radar Red Nappa Leather seats: Check.
Dodge is ag Continue Reading →
The Ram Truck brand today unveiled a one-of-a-kind Texas Ranger concept truck to commemorate and promote the brand’s partnership with the renowned law-enforcement agency and the Texas Ranger Hall of Continue Reading →
Earlier this year, Saleen Automotive released their 2015 White and Yellow Label 302 Mustangs to much fanfare. To round out their fleet, Saleen pulled out all the stops and developed one of the best Mu Continue Reading →
1963 was a watershed year for the Corvette. Production hit 21,513 – split quite evenly between the new “roadster” and stunning coupe design from Larry Shinoda under the direction of Bill Mitchel Continue Reading →
As for high performance offerings, 1968 was the year Ford unleashed their 428 Cobra Jet Mustang. The car’s engine was conceived from a 428 police-car short block engine, aluminum manifold, 427 low-r Continue Reading →