1970 Plymouth GTX Revived From Decades Of Hibernation

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This incredible car is a piece of American automotive history with a touching backstory.

The 1970 Plymouth GTX was one of America’s first muscle cars that embraced the high-performance focus prevalent in the early 1970s. Models such as the Roadrunner and Barracuda set the stage for Plymouth to become the leading performance manufacturer in the nation. This was expressed in sales figures as the stripped-down high horsepower muscle cars became even more popular as time went by. Unfortunately, we all know where the story ended for these beloved American icons as the raging oil crisis eventually overtook the automotive industry and created an anti-automotive movement. These cars represented true freedom for the masses, and for many, they still do, but all good things must inevitably come to an end. When you find one hidden, you have to expect you’ll at least need the

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Legendary and Iconic Chevys Through the Decades

1990 Corvette C4 ZR-1


Swiss automotive engineer and race car driver Louis Chevrolet founded Chevrolet Motor Car in 1911 with the ousted founder of General Motors. His name lives on in the legacy of one of the oldest, bestselling, and most popular brands in American automotive history.

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Series C Classic Six


The Series C Classic Six is an icon, if for no other reason than because it was the first vehicle from the fledgling Chevrolet Motor Car Co. Big, heavy, and powerful for its day, its 40-horsepower 4.8-liter six-cylinder cast-iron engine — one of the most powerful on the road — was enough for an incredible 65 mph top speed.

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1932 Deluxe Sport

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The first of the Confederate series, the ’32 Deluxe Sports Roadster just might be the snazziest Chevy ever built, nearly 90 years on. Powered by a straight-six that

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1985 Ferrari 288 GTO Struts Its Stuff At Auction For The First Time In Decades

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And it has less than 4000 miles on it!

Ferrari has a long and storied past behind the name and legend which now accompanies the brand. With extreme poise and grace, fans were left with jaws on the floor as the fire-breathing Ferraris ripped through the tight corners and long straights of the European racing circuit. This trend continues today as these Rosso Corsa rapscallions are the pinnacle of speed and Italian performance. The mid-engine, high revving, and powerful beast have carved out a niche for themselves as pioneers for implementing track and road performance in the automotive industry. As impressive as the newer models are, we mustn’t forget the intense history surrounding these cars. This particular vehicle shows that off quite well and presents to the world a time in which Ferrari was at a peak.

The car in question is a

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