Americans have loved their pickups of all shapes and sizes for decades. But the Utes, for whatever reason, never really got through. There was a small high in the 1960s and 1970s, but a real boom could ...Continue reading "
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It's hard to believe that decades after they were no longer manufactured, Ford's F-100 pickups are still (or “again”) all the rage. People don't seem to get enough of it, and we've seen over and over again for years ...Continue reading "
We have to show you this tastefully tuned “84 Shark-Nose BMW 745i”. The 7 Series, also known as the shark nose, is a vehicle of the E23 model generation and thus the first BMW of the 7 Series. A vehicle with almost ...Continue reading "
Nowadays it's not really trendy, for example a Ford Mustang from 1967, just to be restored and then put in a museum. Much more popular are the so-called Restomod conversions, which are then moved regularly. Briefly explained: A restomod ...Continue reading "
This Shelby Mustang is special. At first glance, it seems inspired by the somewhat strange-looking GT350H Mustang that was developed and built for Hertz at the time. And somehow you don't even want to mention the nickname Eleanor here. Why? Well, because ...Continue reading "
This 1966 Ford Mustang with the surname “Mongrel” has a 600 HP LS-V8 swap under the hood, there were widened fenders and even a special Army look. And once again the video comes from the AutotopiaLA YouTube channel. Specifically, it's a Ford ...Continue reading "
The Ford Mustang, which was launched in 1966 for the 1967 model year, was only equipped with a puny straight six-cylinder as standard. At the end of production of the first generation, the Chevrolet COPO ZL1 achieved a performance of 7,0 liters ...Continue reading "
This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner in the flashy "PPG Vitamin C Orange" has been extensively restored and also significantly modified. And he's just looking for a new home! And pretty much exactly 1 year after he was at the SEMA International Auto Show ...Continue reading "
Calling a heavy and rather lengthy car a “Hot One” was perhaps a little exaggerated in the Chevrolet advertising of General Motors at the time for the second-generation Bel Air. Nevertheless, it became a coveted collector's car for automobile enthusiasts. And especially as a conversion ...Continue reading "
This beautiful 1959 Chevrolet Corvette as Restomod is up for auction. And the vehicle impressively shows that a well-made restomod as a custom classic perfectly manages the balancing act between modernization and the special things of the series at the time. The …Continue reading "
Converted vehicles with a significant lowering often require a significant loss of comfort and very often far-reaching changes to the body are necessary or even desired. This is different with this vehicle! Because here there is optically and also from the driving behavior ...Continue reading "
This restored and heavily modified 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is currently for sale in California. The owner bought the C1 in 2009 and then set about having the fiberglass body painted in a silver-blue color. ...Continue reading "
If you are interested in the topic of Restomod vehicles, especially those based on the classic Porsche 911, you will probably not get past the American team from Singer Vehicle Design. When it comes to 911 Restomods, the guys have been leaders for years. But by no means are they the ...Continue reading "
If you have planned a comprehensive tuning project, you usually set yourself a specific goal of what should become of the car. Certainly there will be one or the other new idea in the course of the process, but basically the framework is defined. ...Continue reading "