Once Don Yenko applied is magic to the the economy-minded Chevrolet Nova, it’s personality was dramatically changed… for the better! The 1970 Yenko “Deuce” was a gear way for Yenko to offer an entry-level version of his high-performance Chevrolets and to avoid rising insurance premiums on popular Muscle Cars like Camaros and Chevelles. This well-known
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Walter Banks parked his 2016 Mustang Shelby GT 350 along a grove of trees, providing maybe a smidgen of shade on a warm late spring day. “I’ve always been a Mustang and Shelby guy, since I was 15 years old,” the Lowcountry Muscle Car club member said. His first model: a six-cylinder 1967 Mustang, and
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Like all of General Motors’ intermediate cars, the Buick Skylark was revamped for 1966, with rounder lines and more power. The Skylark’s peaked grille and humped-up rear quarter panel made it look even more like the larger LeSabre and Wildcat models. Also noticeable were the sail panels on the trailing edge of the roof of
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Our group went up the hill to the larger of the two barns. And I do mean large. The opening we walked through looked big enough to drive a semi-truck in. And there, sitting back against the wall, were a 1969 Dodge Charger 500 and a 1970 Plymouth Superbird. The Charger 500 was a 440/four-speed
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