Friday, November 5, 2010

1961 Chrysler 300G Convertible

This great looking 1961 Chrysler 300G Convertible is equipped with a 413 cubic inch V-8 engine rated at over 400 horsepower. 2 Carter Type AFB Model 2903S 4-barrel carburetors. Transmission is a automatic Torque Flite. Additional features include power steering, power brakes, power windows, power top and power antenna. It also has swivel bucket seats, dual exhaust and wire wheels.

Chryslers from the 1960s featured some of the most outrageous designs of the Muscle Car era. This Chrysler is painted Viper red and has a tan interior. This was the last year for fins on the Chrysler 300.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

1965 Ford Mustang Fastback

The Mustang was introduced in April 1964. At first it came as a Sport Coupe and a ragtop. In the fall of 1964 a fastback called the 2 + 2 was added. When it comes to the Mustang Fastback it is the ultimate American road warrior. The Mustang Fastback had the popular long hood - short deck look and bucket seats.

The Mustang Factback was equipped with a 225 horsepower Challenger Special 289 or the Hi-Pro 272 horsepower 289 cubic inch V-8. The GT option included quick ratio steering, disc front brakes and other flashy stuff.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

1966 Pontiac LeMans For Sale

The Pontiac LeMans was a model name applied to an American Automobile offered by the Pontiac division of General Motors starting in 1962. The model name lasted until 1981. In 1966 Pontiac built in limited numbers of these LeMans Muscle Cars. Shortly after the start of the 1964 model year, the LeMans became available with a new performance package designated as the GTO. The GTO became a separate model of its own in 1966.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

1971 GTO "Judge" For Sale

The 1971 GTO Judge was based on the LeMans Sport which included all LeManns equipment. The 1971 Judge had an exclusive Endura front end treatment with a special scooped hood. The GTO Judge was equipped with a 400 cubic inch V-8 engine that developed 300 horsepower. Equipped this way the 1971 GTO Judge could do 14.4 seconds in the 1/4 mile at 98 MPH. Also available was a 455 cubic inch 355 horsepower engine. Adding all options to the price the hard top sold for $3,840.00. A very rare convertible sold for $4,070.00. Only 17 1971 Judge ragtops were produced.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Ford Brings Back The Mustang Boss 302

It has been reported that the Ford Motor Co. is reaching back 42 years to dust off one of its most famous Mustangs - The Boss 302. Ford first produced the Boss 302 in 1968. The new Boss 302 is reported to have new performance parts, a fancy paint job and the famous name. The 2011 will compete with the Chevy Camaro.

Ford hopes to sell this modern Muscle Cars to the serious weekend track racers who want a car they can also drive to work. The Boss 302 will have a stiffer body, enhanced areodynamics and higher revving V-8 engines. In additional it will have a better air intake and revised cam shaft that will boost the horsepower to 440. The new Mustang will have 19 inch racing wheels and tires.

Friday, June 25, 2010

1967 Camaro SS For Sale

The initial engine offering for Muscle Car maniacs was a hot L48 295 Horsepower 350 cubic inch V-8 in the SS 350. It had a raised louvered hood, bumblebee striping, SS badge, red stripe tires and stiff suspension. A H.D. three speed gearbox was standard in the SS.

On November 26, 1966 Chevy released a pair of 396 inch big block V-8 options. The L35 produced 325 horsepower while the L78 produced 375 horsepower. These cars could do a 14.5 second quarter mile. 34,411 1967 Camaro SS's were made.