Tag: Chevrolet

1964 Cheetah GT: For When a Shelby Cobra is Too Soft

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When Carroll Shelby designed the iconic Shelby Cobra, he envisioned it being a hard-charging sports car, the likes of which the world had never seen. And it was. Shelby married potent American V8 performance with a nimble AC Ace chassis to create a legend, and a true heavy-hitter at that.  Continue Reading »

1939 Chevy Rat Rod Pickup Comes Loaded With Power and Style

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This beautiful 1939 Chevrolet custom pickup rat rod is currently up for auction on eBay. It’s the second build from Miller’s Chop Shop in Reno, Nevada, and was featured in Rebel Rod and Rockabilly magazines.

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Gearheads, It’s Time to Buy a Chevrolet SS

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There’s a familiar maxim often heard in sports car circles: “Miata is always the answer.” And for the most part, it’s true. The lovable Mazda Miata is all things reliable, fun to drive, affordable, and comfortable. For those with a second vehicle for moving all the people and things in their life, the Miata really is a fantastic option. For those who don’t, I’d gander that this car is the answer.  Continue Reading »

Chevrolet SS Could Get a Supercharged New Engine

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The fact that the Chevrolet SS is still on sale is a small miracle, seeing as how it’s been under-appreciated since day one. As Chevrolet readies the SS for its final year of production (in current form anyway), rumors are swirling that the sleeper sedan could get the super sleeper treatment thanks to a motor beloved by Camaro fans. Continue Reading »

This Iconic ‘60s Muscle Car Isn’t American, It’s an Aussie

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While some may disagree, the muscle car is widely credited as being an American invention. Of course, fast cars had existed long before the big-on-power Oldsmobile Rocket 88 and Chrysler’s Hemi-powered 300, but it was Detroit’s Big 3 that put these heavy hitters—and the icons that followed—into driveways all across the US.  Continue Reading »

Did the 2017 Camaro ZL1’s Nurburgring Lap Time Get Leaked?

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Nurburgring times are a big deal to manufacturers, especially for highly-anticipated performance cars. The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 definitely falls into that category, and it looks like we may finally have a Nurburgring time for the American sports car…from an unlikely source. Continue Reading »

9 Car Museums You Can Virtually Visit on Google Maps

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Want to visit your favorite car museum but don’t want to put on any pants? Don’t worry, Google Maps has got you covered. Because now you can take virtual tours of some of the world’s most amazing car museums from the comfort of your own home. Ferrari, Lamborghini, even the Corvette museum, all at your fingertips. Check ‘em out here. Continue Reading »

6 Concept Cars That Could Soon Become a Reality

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Concept cars have a double-edged effect. These pieces of rolling artwork display the stunning technologies and designs that could be possible in tomorrow’s production cars, yet also leave the public wanting if they never come to fruition. More often that not for the spiciest of concepts, the latter is the case. Continue Reading »

The Best Car Show You’ve Never Heard Of

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This is the best car show that you’ve never heard of…well, sorta. The Iola Old Car Show can’t fly under the radar while attracting over 2,000 classic cars and 4,200 swap meet spaces. But in an era where most people can’t buy new tires without tweeting it, the event’s laid-back, low-tech nature makes it feel like a secret hidden away from social media. Continue Reading »

Relive the ‘80s in this 20,000 Mile Camaro Z28

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When talking about classic Chevrolet Camaros, a few important years come to mind—1967, 1968, and 1969. These “first-gen” Camaros set the Ford versus Chevy pony car war alight, and today they’re still some of the prettiest and most collectible American performance cars ever built.  Continue Reading »