55 Chevy Tri-Five

    The chevy full-size Bell Air got a new infusion of power. Advertising execs called it "the hot one", and the Chevrolet's styling was innovative with a Ferrari inspired grill. Bel Airs had a feature set the cheaper cards didn't have, hardtops, carpeted interiors, and chrome. These were impressive from the day they rolled out of …

1973 Ford Mustang

The 1973 Ford Mustang, marks the end of a generation. It became a cornerstone in American consumerism because the oil crisis was coming up and the general public needed something more fuel efficient instead of the gas guzzling monsters the likes of the Mustang, even the sales of the 71’-73’ models weren’t as a good …

1967 Dodge Charger

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1967 Dodge Charger is a American Muscle car everyone dream of. For many enthusiasts, survivor cars ARE the definition of the classic car world. It’s a hobby fuelled by memories that drives the scene of the classic car world. To these people, owning or even just experiencing a classic car is a seriously appealing thing. The …

1970 Dodge Dart

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  The 1970 Dodge Dart is a remarkable 2 door old school car. The original Dodge Dart was produced by Dodge, a division that Chrysler owned. Production went on for 16 years starting from 1960 onwards. Another one of those classic cars that gets you in the memory lane.  There were a lot of changes …

1968 Chevy Impala

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The 1968 chevy Impala was a fourth generation vehicle that made its mark in many people’s memories. It was a car that preached curves and smooth lines. In the 70’s this car was everywhere, but at around the same time, these cars also suffered a steady decline in sales. Still, though, the 60’s is still …