Four of the Hottest Muscle Cars of 1971: Preview the Amazing Displays You'll Find at the 2016 Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals in Chicago
Check out this feature on 4 muscle cars: 1971 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda, 1971 Pontiac T-37 455 H.O., 1971 Ford Mustang Super Cobra Jet, and 1971 AMC Javelin AMX.
Factory Lightweights and Vintage Racers by Douglas Glad for Hot Rod Magazine
We were standing slack jawed at the entrance to Todd Werner's mega garage trying to comprehend how one person could possibly own so many of the greatest muscle cars of all time. The answer is luck partly, but money mostly.
Even the average stuff in Todd's garage is far from average. We noted a Baldwin Motion Camaro with the original caramel paint and BM stickers under the hood, a rare export big-block Corvette, and the first Hemi-powered convertible B-body. To eclipse the spectacle of original Shelbys, fuelie 1957 Bel Air convertibles, and rare Pontiacs lined up in a tidy row, you need some crown jewels. The best-of-the-best race-versions of the greatest muscle cars ever did the trick. Read More here: Todd Werner's Collection of Factory Lightweights and Vintage Racers is Shocking.
The cars on this list are automotive icons. Yet though they've always inspired love in hardcore fans, many of these legendary machines have been ignored by industry experts, car collectors, and auction houses, who turned their attention to trendier and more valuable machines. That's coming to an end. Here are ten cars and trucks that could once be bought for bargain money and are now big bucks. Click the Link to Read More: 10 Undervalued Retro Cars Suddenly Skyrocketing in Value. Ben Stewart for Popular Mechanics.
Massive Street Rod Gallery from Back to the Fifties by Tim Bernsau and Kev Elliot of Hot Rod Magazine
Who can't resist an article about "ugly" cars? By John Pearley Huffman on Edmunds.com
I wanted to make sure car enthusiasts, especially Mopar enthusiasts, saw this article. As I don't have permission to share on PT from Hot Rod, I will just provide the link. Mopar Graveyard Hidden in the Carolina Hills by Ryan Brutt Hot Rod