American Muscle 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe
The 1967 Corvette® Sting Ray was the last Corvette® of the second generation, and five years of refinements made it the best of the line. Featuring a tuxedo black body, with the classic red stinger hood treatment, Chevy® Rallye Rims, and red line tires this and American Muscle™ classic is as stunning to look at as it was to drive.
1957 Chrysler 300C (Popular Mechanics)
The Popular Mechanics™ 1957 Chrysler 300C may have been the 3rd of the iconic 1950’s “muscle luxury” cars from Chrysler, but it was one which captured the imagination of the buying public.
1970 Chevelle SS (Top Gear)
Another body update was introduced for the 1970 Chevelle™. Several option packages were available during this period that made the Chevelle™ very performance-oriented, especially in 1970.
Christine 1958 Plymouth Fury (Daytime version)
Evil was born amidst chrome and gasoline. The 1958 Plymouth Fury assembly line was in high gear cranking out new Detroit iron.
1975 Dodge Monaco Pursuit Nevada State Police
• Elite Pursuit Nevada State Police
• 440 horsepower engine
• Dog Dish
• Black Walls
2015 Ford Mustang GT
Featuring ALL-NEW TOOLING, Auto World is eager to replicate this modern classic! It will feature authentic details such as a die-cast body with opening hood, doors
and trunk, detailed interior accents, highly polished elector-plated chrome parts and more!
1971 Chevrolet Vega (Baldwin Motion)
Baldwin Motion was a partnership between New York’s Baldwin Chevrolet® and Joel Rosen’s Motion Performance speed shop. By 1971, the company began modifying the light weight Chevy® Vega™
Baldwin Motion 1971 Chevrolet Camaro
The second-generation 1971 Chevrolet® Camaro™ is displayed in ascott blue with black Baldwin Motion twin stripes, and black interior. Featuring a 454–four speed engine this vehicle was only the 2nd 1971 Baldwin Motion Camaro™ and was the first to feature large spoilers.
1937 Cord 812 Convertible Red (Road & Track)
The 812 Convertible or Coupe with supercharger is among the most sought after of all 810/812 Cords. Its swooping fenders, sweeping horizontal radiator grille, and hidden headlights were unlike anything else on American highways. Although it wasn’t the first, Cord was the only front-wheel drive production car available in America for the next three decades.