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1969 Chevrolet Camaro
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
El Paso, TX
Mileage 150
Price $37,500
'90 F350 4x4
1990 Ford F350
Lanham, MD
Mileage 169,000
Price $4,500
52 dodge cornet
1952 Dodge Coronet
Cranfills Gap, TX
Mileage 0
Price $6,000
In need of a 1957 to 1962 Ford F100 truck bed
1957 Ford F100
Chino Valley, AZ
Mileage 1,000
Price $500
1956 Ford Fairlane
Branford, CT
Mileage 15,000
Price $19,500
How To Rebuild a Mopar 383ci V8 Engine for $2,500
3/19/2019 Greg Zyla
I am preparing to rebuild a Mopar 383 V8 engine that has been sitting around my garage for years and I am going to put it in a 1968 Plymouth 2-door Satellite. How can I rebuild my 383 V8 engine for $2,500?
1960 Dodge Polara History
3/14/2019 Greg Zyla
Back in 1960, the new design, top-of-class Dodge Polara came with some pretty neat rear wings and a well balanced style that made it stand out in the crowd.
1938 Cadillac V16
3/13/2019 Tad Burness
This beautiful fastback 1938 Cadillac was custom-crafted for William S. Knudsen, then-president of General Motors Corporation, at an undisclosed cost.
1963 Panther Sports Car
3/11/2019 Tad Burness
The Panther was available only in 1962 and 1963. Although there were two series (Standard and super-modified "M"), it is unknown just how many were sold during those two seasons.
1970 T/A Challenger is Pink for a Reason
3/8/2019 Jerry Sutherland
Cecil Perry is well aware of how rare his 1970 T/A Dodge Challenger is, but it never came from the factory with a pink hue. He changed the paint for a really good reason despite the purists who give him a little flak for the change.
Ever Heard of a 1971 Pontiac GT-37?
3/5/2019 Jerry Sutherland
The 1971 Pontiac GT-37 was based on the Tempest model in 1970 and the LeMans in 1971. It was built for the budget-minded muscle car buyer and had a low sticker price.