This 1970 Ford Mustang barn find has pretty remarkable secret up its sleeve—”factory” all-wheel-drive, making it quite possibly the only droptop ‘Stang so equipped in existence today. It’s in rough shape after sitting in a barn for decades, but can you really put a price on a piece of pony car history? If you’re confused
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This story was written By Vicki, one of our many Muscle Car Fan members. It was 1984 when I first laid eyes on my sister’s black, ‘67 Camaro RS/SS. It was love at first sight! One day, she let me borrow it. All I remember is a few of us were on our way to
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Pontiac GTO 1964 The GTO for the ’64 and ’65 model years were an optional power package for the Pontiac Tempest. The base package came with a four barrel Carter AFB carburetor, but there was also a further option of “tri-power”-three two barrel Rochester carburetors then add the standard floor mounted four speed transmission with the
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!
The 1969 428CJ Mustang Mach 1 was a hero for Ford during the classic era of muscle, and by any standard, these cars are still bad-to-the-bone machines. This Mach 1, purchased new from a Gainesville dealership on May 5, 1969 sat abandoned in a basement for 28 years before recently seeing the light of day.
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