290 HP 302, 4-speed, sway bars front and rear, disc brakes… and of course, the good looks of the stripes, spoilers, and window slats…
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An abandoned Mach 1 is a dream find! In this episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan head to Colorado Auto & Parts in Englewood, Colorado, and visit the Corns family—builders of the crazy radial-Cessna-powered 1939 Plymouth truck you’ve seen all over the Internet and in Roadkill magazine. Colorado Auto is
Owning a muscle car is a point of pride, and so you should do everything you can in order to keep it in the best shape possible. Muscle cars are different than their newer counterparts, and as such they have different requirements when it comes to taking care of them. While the things you need to do for your specific car will vary, here are some simple maintenance tips that will apply to all classic cars.
Give It A Good Detailing
People buy muscles cars not only for how they run, but for how they look. Owning a muscle car that looks old and rusted is missing the point. So if you are going to own a muscle car, you should take the opportunity to give it a good detailing. Give it a good washing – including underneath – and then apply a coat of wax. You want your car to look its best, and a good cleaning is not hard to do. Read more!
A 289 small-block Ford was high on the request list for our next Redline Rebuild, and we made it happen. Starting with a stock 289 engine out of a totaled 1964 Ford Fairlane, we decided to have some fun and upgrade from stock with a GT350-esque build. While Shelby started with a 271-hp HiPo K-code