Featured Car of the Month
Not many people can say they still have their very first car, but I am lucky enough to tell this story about mine.
When I retired I wanted to find a collector car. It had to be a Chrysler product and I wanted something unusual. The Prowler fit the bill in spades.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 built in the Van Nuys California plant approx September 1969.
I’ve owned this 1967 Mustang Fastback for 27 years and over the years it went through some minor upgrades and a big overhaul 8 years ago.
I am the fourth owner of this 1952 MGTD. It still has all the original wood in the doors and floors. Love it! What a find!!
I decided to order a GT from my local dealer and have it shipped to Las Vegas to be converted into a Shelby GT.
Lowered on to a Chevy S10 frame. Powered by a Vortec 5.7L fuel injected small block followed by a 4l60e trans. Hardwood rear floor.
Originally I said I would only paint the car and then one thing lead to another and out came VEGABOND 3 years later.
Built by a friend of mine in the mid 1980’s, this is a 67 Camaro SSRS Pro Street with a 454, TH400, Dana 60 and a 4 link.
Unique to this car is the fact that during the 1974 production year BMC was making changes to comply with emission and safety regulations in the U.S.
Was built for the Canadian army. A private buyer bought it from the Toronto army surplus in 1971. 40 years later I bought it from him and restored it with my dad.
This 1937 Chevrolet Master Sedan is a real head turner! Acura midnight blue paint with blue pearl ghost flames.
I purchased the 1970 Mach 1 in Sept of 1998 in Casper Wyoming. This was just a rolling shell but in great condition. Me being a licensed body man I could do all the body and paint and also most of the mechanical.
We bought this 1955 Mercury Montery two door hardtop near Hershey, Pennsylvania in October 1991.
I immediately fell in love with this Plus 4 and plan on maintaining its patina and history as the third owner.