The backstory: Zac found this nightmare/dream Chevelle in Toledo, Ohio. It was on Craigslist. It had collision damage in the front. It had a big-block bolted to an automatic. Zac had a stout 327 on his engine stand at home. He passed on the big-block and took the car as a roller. He said the
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Based on its strong sales for the 14 years of its production cycle it’s safe to say the Chevrolet Chevelle SS is the most iconic muscle car in the United States. Pontiac claimed its GTO was the first muscle car because the GTO trim line was made available on the 1964 Tempest, but Chevy also
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Chevrolet El Camino for 1968 is still on the Chevelle platform and the trim features it sports-both inside and out- are from the Malibu. Optional choices include carpeting, cloth with vinyl or an all cloth bench seat or the vinyl Strato buckets with a center console. Other optional offers in “68 include posi-traction and front
There aren’t many rides like the Vanderhall Venice. This American-made three-wheeler blends the open-air thrills of a motorcycle with the stability of a car. This ultra-light $30,000 trike may only have three wheels, but don’t let its looks fool you—the Venice uses a turbocharged four-cylinder to hit 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds. Not quite
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