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Musclecar Values: Now And Into The Future

Musclecar Values: Now And Into The Future

When musclecar prices plummeted in 2008, people wondered what the future held. Here we are nine years later, still trying to figure out what the future holds. Find out more from a prefessional in musclecar sales.Read More

Word On The Street: Trump Presidency Could Have Impact On Car Design

Word On The Street: Trump Presidency Could Have Impact On Car Design

Trump's desire to bring back manufacturing jobs to America may turn out to have a side effect of improving the constraints currently placed on high performance car design. Read More

Top Ten Trending Articles From 2016, Some Stories Keep Rolling

Top Ten Trending Articles From 2016, Some Stories Keep Rolling

As we reflect on the previous year, we learned a lot, shared a lot, and grew a lot. Much of that is due to our loyal readers and fans, and for that we thank you, and present the Top Ten from 2016.Read More

Daily Driver Dilemma: To Upgrade Or Not To Upgrade

Daily Driver Dilemma: To Upgrade Or Not To Upgrade

What's your daily driver? Are you happy with your everyday transportation or do you feel an upgrade is in order? Sometimes, the decision is not cut and dry, and the decision haunts me – occasionally.Read More

15 Things You Might Not Know About Chevrolet

15 Things You Might Not Know About Chevrolet

It is impossible to find someone that doesn't know the name Chevrolet, but there are many facts that some might not realize. Check out this list we have put together, and see if you knew some of these tidbits.Read More

Debate: Should You Let Your Car Warm Up First In Cold Weather?

Debate: Should You Let Your Car Warm Up First In Cold Weather?

Decades ago, we let our cars warm up in cold weather because we had to. Today, your modern car can warm up enough to drive in the amount of time it takes to put on your seatbelt.Read More

Contemplating The Fact I Am Getting Older, And Working On Cars

Contemplating The Fact I Am Getting Older, And Working On Cars

Eventually, we all have to realize that we can't do the things we used to. Although we all hate to admit it, working on cars gets harder as we get older, but that doesn't mean we have to stop.Read More

Automotive Reflections: Restored Vs. Original Vs. Restomod

Automotive Reflections: Restored Vs. Original Vs. Restomod

When deciding to restore or modify a project car, is it really a decision? Maybe you feel all cars must be restored? But, can a car be properly restored if some of the parts are missing or is restomodding okay?Read More

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)

A review of the H.B. Halicki classic car movie, Gone in 60 Seconds from 1974. It's the one that started it all, with the original Eleanor, a 1973 Mustang.Read More

Patina: Caring For The Evidence Of Previous Neglect

Patina: Caring For The Evidence Of Previous Neglect

Patina comes in many forms and sizes. A topic that comes up many times on forums and chat rooms is how to take care of it without damaging the surface. We take a closer look at the topic here.Read More

Baker’s Dozen: 13 Favorite Trucks From GNRS 2016

Baker’s Dozen: 13 Favorite Trucks From GNRS 2016

Since 1950, the Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona, California has represented the finest customs in the country. See our top hits for pickup trucks at the 2016 show, and register for the upcoming 2017 show.Read More

Is Carroll Shelby Responsible For Chevy's Late 1960s Racing Success?

Is Carroll Shelby Responsible For Chevy’s Late 1960s Racing Success?

Yes, you read the title right and no, we haven't lost our minds. In more ways than one, Carroll Shelby was a major contributor to Chevrolet racing history. Read more about it here! Read More

Rob’s Car Movie Review: The Cannonball Run (1981)

Rob’s Car Movie Review: The Cannonball Run (1981)

Our review of the classic road race film, The Cannonball Run, starring Burt Reynolds, Roger Moore, Dom DeLuise, Farrah Fawcett, and a black Lamborghinin Countach S.Read More

Car Shows: You Are More In Control Of Their Success Than You Think

Car Shows: You Are More In Control Of Their Success Than You Think

We've watched some of the smaller car shows disappear, and some of the bigger ones die down to a certain death. But if you think about it, what really makes a car show successful is you, the participant.Read More

Professional Tips To Help You Choose A Restoration Shop

Professional Tips To Help You Choose A Restoration Shop

Choosing a restoration shop can be a daunting task. To help you decide, we asked a couple of professional restoration experts how you can avoid problems when looking for someone to help you with your dream car.Read More

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Bullitt (1968)

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Bullitt (1968)

A review of the film classic Bullitt starring Steve McQueen, featuring a detailed look at the movie's iconic car chase sequence between a classic Mustang and Charger throughout the streets of San Francisco.Read More

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