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Ford restomod Roadster 1932 images

All the details were meticulously covered in the renewing of this 1932 restomod Ford roadster. The engine is a GM 355CID with pair of Edelbrock 500cfm carburetors bolted onto a high rise manifold. The 4 speed automatic transmission has a mild B & M shift kit  and a lock up torque converter. The rear end has a 9

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2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 spy shots and video

Ford engineers are out testing the next step in performance for the sixth-generation Mustang: the Shelby GT500. The new model will fill the void left by the previous generation’s Shelby GT500 and is confirmed for sale in 2019, likely as a 2020 model. Ford has already given us our first look at the vehicle by

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Buick Special 1956 images

The Buick Special is the full sized entry level offering from 1936 until the end of 1958, when its replaced by the LeSabre. This 1956 version is powered by a 322 cu in (5.3 L) V8 engine putting out 250 HP.  The three vent ports located along the side of each fender, to the front of

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Chevrolet Impala 1961-1964 Third generation

 The  3rd generation Impala retains as much or more popularity now as when they first rolled into showrooms for the 1961 model year. The Impala is now on the GM “B” platform it is sporting an all new body style looking a lot leaner, sleek, with squared up, symmetric lines. There was a two door

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1984 Chevy Corvette – What Made It So Special?

As a highlight of the third era of the American muscle cars, the Corvette had an impressive run; 1968 -1982. It was, therefore, apparent that the next release by GM would be cutting-edge. High expectations were rife with some Corvette enthusiasts anticipating a move to a mid-engine chassis to resemble the Italian exotics, while others

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