Barris Drag-U-La Straight Pack
Cha Cha 1972 Mustang Funny Car (Shirley Muldowney)
Flashy, arrogant, and over-the-top funny cars dominated drag racing popularity from the late 1960s to 1970s.
1954 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible
Displayed as a top d down convertible in black paint with a red interior, the 1954 Corvette® handled well for its time, thanks to a low center of gravity and an almost 50/50 weight
426 DODGE HEMI SUPER STOCK
Release Date: January 2013
Richard Petty 1970 Plymouth Superbird
Richard Petty was lured back to Plymouth in 1970 with the development of the new winged Plymouth Super bird. Chrysler had to produce more than 1500 of the new models (1920 were built) to gain acceptance to enter Grand National competition, all necessary to reacquire the services of leading driver.
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.
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™
1970 Ford Torino GT
A beautiful blend of glamour and go, the 1970 Torino GT was designed for both form and function while sitting pretty on Magnum 500 rims and Goodyear Polyglas tires.
1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 (Road & Track magazine)
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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.