With the hood closed, you’d never know this early fourth-gen with recessed headlights and LT1 emblems gracing the exterior is a beast of the LS3 variety. But that’s exactly why we like it. Check out this unexpected Camaro inside.
by Lindsey Fisher on September 24, 2012
by Lindsey Fisher on August 30, 2012
Owned by Weston Serrano of Vernal, Utah, this modern Nickey was getting all kinds of attention at the Super Chevy Show and we must admit, we couldn’t take our eyes off of it. So we got in contact with Serrano to get the scoop on this fantastic ride. Check out what we found out inside.
Jeff Altemus combined parts from different Trans Ams spanning across thirty years, to create this one of a kind LS powered pro-touring machine. This former barn find now has a new lease on life with looks that kill.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on August 25, 2012
It’s old. It’s green, and it sure looks mean. One thing is for sure, Roger Davis’ 1958 Volvo Duett Wagon is far from the typical LS swap project, in more ways than you might even expect. Step inside to check out our feature on this supercharged LSx Swedish-born beast…
by Lindsey Fisher on August 9, 2012
Naming a car isn’t always a simple task, but for the East Bay Muscle Cars-built Tenacity Camaro, the name was a given. Only persistence could have taken this car from its unsteady start to the glimmering one-of-a-kind beast it is today. Ladies and gents, this car is oozing with details you won’t want to miss.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on August 1, 2012
The ZL1 has the power, the grip and the technology to make it a dangerous weapon in a straight line, even though the dragstrip was never meant to be it’s ideal arena of competition. We were recently invited by Chevy to sample the ZL1′s drag strip capabilities for ourselves, and have our full review right inside…
by Lauren Hargrove on July 31, 2012
Bob and Nancy Smith’s 1955 Chevy Bel Air combines updated looks, modern convenience, and LS2 power – all while still maintaining the distinctive style that is a Tri-Five Chevy. Check out our full feature on this awesome shoe-box Chevy inside.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on July 26, 2012
This Fairmont is a prime example of how perfect LS engines can be for low-buck-builds, and an even better example of how blindingly quick they can make even the most unlikely of cars.We talked with the owner, Matt Happel about this Turbo 4.8L Ford, and have all the info on this 10-second “Beige Beauty” inside.
by Lindsey Fisher on July 13, 2012
While you’ve seen the modern version of the Trans Am SE at cars shows and events like the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, few are ever found up for sale in the secondary market. But another one is up for sale, and this one is special because it’s from designer Kevin Morgan’s personal car collection.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on July 12, 2012
The guys from Lamb Performance recently sent us an update on their awesome wide-body 5th Gen Convertible – Project “Black Dog”. As it turns out, tuning a twin-turbo 427 cubic inch LSX engine that makes just south of 1,400 HP has its own special set of special “challenges.” Step inside to see what we mean…
by Rick Seitz on July 3, 2012
Check out what has been dubbed, the “Ultimate Streetable 5th-Gen” from Nelson Super Cars. This nearly 30 minute video from NRE gives us all the ins-and-outs of this 1,500 horsepower twin-turbo terror, along with all the tire smoke you can handle. Click here to watch.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on June 2, 2012
The classic county hit, “The Gambler” offers us this sage advice: “You got to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em”. Cullon Cabler from Bryan, Texas knew when to hold out when he found the car of his dreams 13 years ago – a 68 RS/Z28 Camaro, which he build into an LS3 powered Pro-Touring high-roller.
by Lindsey Fisher on May 30, 2012
If you’re looking for a not so traditional car building experience, the folks at Local Motors may have just what you’re looking for with their all-inclusive Rally Fighter build experience. On this week’s “The List” video from Autoblog, Jessi Combs and Patrick McIntyre get to experience just that. Check it out!
by Lindsey Fisher on May 29, 2012
On paper, the Hennessey Venom GT Spyder may sound like the ultimate supercar, but few people are able to afford the $1.1 million price tag. However, it’s apparently not an issue for Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler. Check out the pictures of the first 2013 Hennessey Venom GT Spyder to hit the streets…
by Rick Seitz on May 22, 2012
For the critics out there who claim that “If you seen one G8, you’ve seen them all,” clearly have never laid eyes on Nathan Tejeda’s creation. Click here to get all the specs on this big horsepower beast, with 4 doors to boot.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on May 21, 2012
For months we’ve been hearing rumors that the Savage Rivale supercars were powered by LSx engines. Our curiosity got the best of us, and we went straight to the source to find out if it was true. We talked with Emile Pop, the founder and CEO of Savage Rivale who was kind enough to give us the inside scoop…
by Lindsey Fisher on May 15, 2012
Anyone can drive a nice looking ride, or even a built one for that matter, but if you’re looking for the true gems in the automotive world, you have to seek out the cars built with true dedication and passion. Brian Hobaugh’s ‘73 Camaro is the perfect example.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on May 14, 2012
Admittedly, I’ve never ridden in a 10 second car before, and this was even my first time to ride in a supercharged LS powered car. But it’s safe to say that St. John’s beastly black C5 has made a believer out of me….
Car modifications come in all shapes and sizes. Where some enthusiasts would be content with just adding some interior details or a little bit of power to their cars, JCG Restorations & Customs offered Karl Dunn the complete package- a first-gen Camaro so unique that it would take hours to pour over all its detail
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The Camaro ZL1 is, without a doubt, the Best Camaro Ever. But when the world is filled with amazingly capable cars all competing for the same limited pool of well-heeled potential buyers, is that good enough? We got a chance to sample the ZL1 for himself – and here’s our take.