Big Block Bully Camaro Restomod Is A Burnout Machine
The Chevrolet Camaro is arguably one of America’s most popular and iconic classic pony cars for its ability to combine a sleek and lightweight frame with a massive V8 engine. Typically under the hood of these cars you’ll find anything from a 350 ci V8 to even a 427 ci big block beast. As massive as that may seem to us modern car enthusiasts, those big displacement V8s are certainly not the only motors to find their way into a classic Camaro’s engine bay. Cars like this one show off the car’s ability to handle a ton of power from an engine that is bigger than anything it was meant to have. The best part of the whole thing is that it's a true Z28 with a Chevy powerhouse built for racing.
Stellantis Executive Buys 1,000-HP SpeedKore Muscle Car
Known for its subtle builds where lightweighting is combined with massive V8 engines kicking out mountains of power, SpeedKore has been showing off its latest project called Hellucination, a heavily modified 1968 Dodge Charger. As the name suggests, it’s packing a Dodge Hellephant 426 Hemi V8 under that rather wide hood scoop. But this restomod muscle car, which was created for Stellantis executive Ralph Gilles, is about more than just having 1,000-horsepower on tap.
eBay Find: 1968 Dodge Charger R/T Drag Car
There was a popular song in the 80s where the lyrics talk about “take a chance on me” something we can imaging this 1968 Dodge Charger R/T recently listed on eBay would sing. After all, this Mopar is admittedly a bit of a mess but in the right hands it could become something. Just beware, the current owner had plans to turn this ride into a “streetable drag car version of a rat rod” and eventually decided the project was too overwhelming.
Chevelle Races Nissan Skyline And You Won’t Believe The Outcome
One thing gearheads like to do is argue about which cars are better. When it’s not Ford, GM, and Mopar fans trashing each other, it’s fans of American muscle cars smack talking with fans of JDM cars. To many American performance nuts, Japanese cars are weak. However, you have to keep in mind that not all JDMs are Toyota Corollas.
Watch The Phantom Cuda Get Restored
If you follow Graveyard Carz, you probably already know about the Phantom ‘Cuda, a 1971 440-6 car with a 4-speed and shaker hood which touched off the whole production. Only 108 of these Mopars were ever produced. It’s been a labor of love in the making for years, but what’s debatably one of the most famous ’71 Plymouth ‘Cudas in the world has finally been restored to its former glory.