1970 Ford Mustang Fastback Shows Off Insane Drag Pack

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This Mustang was the subject of a rotisserie restoration.

The Mach I Mustang was possibly one of the most remarkable automotive feats in the history of vehicle production because of the incredible new ideas that it brought to the table in the mid-1960s. The sleek coupe-style coupled with extensive engine options and a low price tag made these cars some of America’s most desirable performance models. Without a doubt, Ford had taken the hearts of an entire generation of car enthusiasts ready to get on the road at an early age. As a result, the Ford Mustang is one of the most iconic cars on the collector and classic car market. This particular car is an excellent example of one of those pony cars, and you might be able to get your hands on it.

This bright Grabber Blue Mustang is the perfect

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King Of The GTOs Shows Its Royal Bobcat Jewels

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This car is an awesome restoration project sporting an iconic platform and a massive Bobcat V8 under the hood.

The Pontiac GTO is regarded as the ultimate American muscle car by automotive enthusiasts everywhere because of its status as the first actual muscle car ever to hit the nation’s sales floor. In addition, these cars brought performance from the shallow grave in which it had previously been buried by the recent “gentlemen’s agreement” against racing. Finally, Americans could make good use of their incredible V8 engines with what was considered to be a lightweight chassis at the time and some excellent modification potential. Hot rodders took a serious interest in these cars and began running them at the quarter-mile drag strip. This particular vehicle is the epitome of everything those speed demons lived for. So what makes this car so incredible?

For the

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Revived Footage Shows Classic On The Streets Of New York In The ’30s

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This restored footage shows old Chevrolets, Fords, Cadillacs and Packards in their original state, in live action.

The 1930s was a significant era for the American automotive market as people were starting to get a little more cash in their pockets and were looking to drop some doe on a new automobile. Of course, this was mainly for the later years of that particular decade due to the Great depression having sunk its teeth into the throats of Americans across the nation since 1929. The streets of big cities like New York were flowing with an abundance of passenger vehicles and luxury automobiles, and the sidewalks flourished with brightly colored clothing to show the nation’s strong recovery from the previously devastated economic era. While we could fantasize all day long about what life must have been like in the time before environmental regulations

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Vehicle price increases outpace worker wage growth, study shows

The price to buy a new or used car is increasing at a faster rate than the average wage growth in the nation, a study said.

On Thursday, Anderson Economic Group, an East Lansing-based economic consulting firm, released the results of a recent analysis comparing new and used vehicle price increases against wage growth in the U.S. private sector. The study relied on data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics related to the Consumer Price Index to compare the cost of a new and used vehicle relative to average weekly earnings for private jobs.

It found that the average new car price last year increased by 11.8% in December compared with a year earlier. The average price of a used vehicle increased by 37.3% for the same period, according to Consumer Price Index data cited in the study.

But the average weekly earnings for all private jobs in the

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