Custom Car of the week
This week's custom car is a two door 1971 Plymouth Cuda Convertible. This Barracuda is the work of Time Machines in Hudson, Florida and is actually a combination of two cars. The body is that of a 1971 Cuda but the chassis and engine are from a 2001 Dodge Viper. [more…]
This week's custom car is heavily modified 1968 Camaro and it has been given the name Cam-Aero. I suppose the owner had to change the name as there are very few Camaro parts left on the vehicle. [more…]
This weeks car is a customized 1954 Plymouth Belvedere which has been given the name Sniper. This amazing custom car was designed by Chip Foose and built by Troy Trepanier.
This weeks car is a Holden Efijy concept car, this automobile is a modern remake of the classic 1953 Holden FJ and also features design elements of other vehicles from the 1940s and 1950s.
This weeks car of the week title goes to a restored 1980 Chevrolet Camaro, we don't see many of these classic muscle cars roaming around anymore and when you do come across one that has a restoration job as good as this, its a real treat.
This classic Ford Roadster hot rod is a modified 1930's model A pickup, it is the work of Jim Benitez and has been given the nickname - Faster Pussycat.
Here is our car of the week, it's a customized 1970 Plymouth Barracuda finished in a matte black with black stripes and those wheels are [more…]
Here is this week's Car of the Week, it is a BBP Cuda, Plymouth enthusiast - Curtis J Macintyre commissioned Metalcrafters to build it.
Here is our car of the week, its a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro with a Retro 1969 Fascia. it sure is unique and definitely deserves to be our car of the week.
Here is this weeks Pick of the week, it appears the truck driver didn't know that the rear of his truck was up and he crashed into an overhead road sign.