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SEMA 2015: CR Supercars’ CR1 1969 Camaro Unveils With Centerforce

CR Supercars brings back our favorite decades with fresh builds of classic cars with all-new sheetmetal and components. It introduced the CR1 1969 Camaro this year in the Centerforce booth and was a huge success. Read More


Mint ’56: Tony Ferguson’s Street-Legal, Limited 235 Chevrolet

Wyoming native Tony Ferguson campaigns this gorgeous big-block powered, nitrous-fed 1956 Chevrolet, with all original steel and a full interior, in the Limited 235 radial class. Read More


SEMA 2015: Roadster Shop Rampage Camaro

The Roadster Shop built a second generation Camaro that features wide-body fenders, independent pushrod suspension, and an LS7. Look at the gorgeous design. Read More


This Black Mamba Can Deliver One Competitive Strike

Scott Feldon of Denver, North Carolina, is the proud owner of this lean and mean 1972 Corvette. With the help of some awesome performance products and hard work, this C3 has been transformed into the Black Mamba. Read More


Video: Don’t Mess With A Turbo LS4 Swapped Monte Carlo SS

This formerly a supercharged 3.8 liter V6, went from $500 auto-theft recovery car, to a turbocharged LS4 swapped 700HP beast in just three weeks time, eating one transmission along the way. Read More


Simple Excellence With Don King’s Pristine 1957 Chevy Bel Air

Roaming around at the 22nd Goodguys Summer Get-Together, we stumbled across this immaculate 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. Click here to check out Don King's beautiful American classic that rings of respect and nostalgia. Read More


Wright Welden’s “Show Car” Camaro

For Wright Weldon, completion of this Camaro all started with a 1950 Chevy, multiple trips across the country, and working with friends and family. Find out how it all came about by reading the complete article. Read More

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High School Hot Rod: Rick Hornback And His Open Comp ’69 Chevelle

From high school transportation to a 9-second stick car, Rick Hornback's 1969 Chevelle has come a long way in the almost 40 years he's owned the car. He hopes to step it up in the future as well. Read More


Cool, Mellow, And Yellow With John Cano’s Classy ’66 Chevy El Camino

Blending old school and modern mod trends, we stumbled across John Cano and his amazing build at the Goodguys Summer Get-Together this past summer. Click here to check out his vintage build and its uniqueness. Read More


1970 Chevelle SS Convertible: The Red One

This radically-modified 1970 Super Sport convertible retains most of the original look and style of the car, but if you take a closer look, you'll find that it is packed full of modern upgrades. Read More

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With This Monte Carlo, It’s All About The Aero

The '80s brought us big hair, parachute pants, and the power ballad, but it wasn't all bad. Check out Ben Dawson's 1987 Monte Carlo Aerocoupe, and find out how he overcame the horsepower deficiency of the '80s. Read More


“Carlito’s Way” 1973 Nova

Movie cars are always an interesting find. Sometimes they customized too extensively, and sometimes they are rolling examples of art. The Al Pacino move Carlito's Way, featured this modified Nova. Read More


Twenty-Three Year Project: 1967 RS/SS Camaro Convertible

This 1967 Camaro Convertible project has been in-progress for more than twenty years, and is still on-going. With completion in sight, the owner cannot wait to finish the restoration and save this Camaro. Read More


Chuck Redding’s “MonzaRod” Really Cool At Any Speed

Chuck Redding wanted to build a hot rod, but not just another typical run-of-the-mill hot rod, he wanted something different, his "MonzaRod fits that description, but leaves one question, "How cool is this thing ?" Read More


Van Geibel’s Seven-Second Camaro Is A Stunner And A Runner

As the first person to run sevens in Milan Dragway's All Motor class, championship-winning driver Van Geibel has proven what he and his ’69 Camaro can do. Read More


The Corvette Gassers Of Two Generations

The Glass family has established a great little collection of automobiles. Specifically we take a more in-depth look at their C1 and C2 Corvette gassers. Read More

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