As you can tell from my pics, that im a born mopar lover. to me, they are the best and the most badass machines on the street or strip. Continue
Added by michael john philp on September 2, 2010 at 12:53pm —
In 1961 General Motors Introduced a 215 cubic inch all aluminum V8 for the new compacts from Buick,Oldsmobile and Pontiac. The Skylark, F85 and Tempest models were available with an economic low compression 2 barrel version of the new engine that had a… Continue
Added by Miguel Caparros on September 2, 2010 at 10:30am —
Added by Michael Thies on August 26, 2010 at 2:00pm —
"It's Cruising Time" is the headline on the front page of our local newspaper today.
If you were a teenager in central North Carolina in the 80's (or the 60's and 70's from what I hear), you spent A LOT of your free time "cruising" or "dragging" Main Street in Burlington. It was our way of showing off our cars, playing our music, hanging… Continue
Added by Jeff & Beth Williams on August 23, 2010 at 10:34pm —
Black Diamond Motor Sports is pleased to announce the recent procurement of a beautiful 2005 Ford GT! This rare exotic is truly one of the most amazing road cars ever produced, and we are one of the only clubs in the country that has one. With only 4038 examples produced between 2005 and 2006, the chances of getting behind the wheel of one of these is an opportunity that should not be missed, so don?t miss yours. Continue
For those history buffs…
Added by Don Mettler on July 30, 2010 at 5:00pm —
The collector car hobby in the South is in full force from mid-March to late November, and it's exciting to be a part of all the activity in the area! On any given day, your bound to drive upon a cruise-in at a local restaurant, ice cream store or downtown venue. Each event has a unique style or method for creating a great car event with various activities for the young and young at heart.
A cruise-in has a unique atmosphere drawing together a group of classic car owners and… Continue
Added by Jason Saarm on July 28, 2010 at 3:26pm —
July 11, 2010… Continue
Added by Steve Stern on July 12, 2010 at 8:51pm —
Added by Michael Thies on June 27, 2010 at 11:30am —
To start our tour Dan's Chevelle wouldn't start after lunch just 5 miles from joining the tour at the Chattanooga stop. I went to the site ahead to find help and found that they have medics to fix any problem within reason. The truck that follows the caravan seems like they have all you need to repair anything, including welders. Dan got the car started himself and then the medics worked on it for 30 minutes to find the junction box on the fire wall was never tightened. Free labor. They… Continue
Added by jim (MOPAR JIM )nelson on June 13, 2010 at 10:00pm —
You know that there are many computer video games; some of them are aimed at making a good shooter of you, whereas others require being focused and adequately react to the changes in the landscape of the road while driving the fastest car you have ever seen. The cars existing in the video games are taken from the real life with some modifications. The Need for Speed (NFS)
suggests a great number of cars that can be upgraded and improved… Continue
Added by Jane Reeves on June 12, 2010 at 7:51pm —
I was discussing this with some of you guys and girls out there. I was a spectator in the early 60's and then a competitor in the late 60's early 70's. I actually raced my 55 Chevy 210 for pinks at the connecting.
Joe Oldham published this in 2007 get his book if you like stories like this. Between Google Earth and Google sreet level you can really get a street level view of stories.
Plug this coordinates to Google earth or Maps and it will take you to the spot.… Continue
Added by Miguel Caparros on April 27, 2010 at 9:38pm —
by Miguel Caparros
1969 was the beginning of my senior year of high school in Plymouth New Hampshire. By November it seemed it would be the mildest and least snowfall in a long time. I knew this as… Continue
Added by Miguel Caparros on April 21, 2010 at 1:00am —
I found this great site loaded with awesome pictures and stories of barn finds, enjoy!
Added by James Kowalczyk on April 20, 2010 at 10:55am —
Ford motor company could get some real "mileage" in advertising from this gal.
89 year old woman drives her 45 yr old Comet car 540,000 miles with same…
Added by Dan Black on March 22, 2010 at 8:00am —
well i bought my truck bone stock an it has been a work in progress ever since.. i will be posting pics from when i got it to what it looks like now! i started off slow with just little things like air freshners an then jumped right into the big stuff, 12 inch lift kit, 46 inch tires, all acceories, an the HUGE car audio sound system, the truck is no where near perfect or finished (what show car or truck is ever finished?) the journey has just begun an i have plenty of car shows to attend.… Continue
Added by kyle whalen on March 21, 2010 at 11:00pm —
I found this picture in JayLenosGarage.com (a great website for "car guys") and it just might be my car I drove in 1966! It was the end of my Freshman year in college and my brother-in law was selling it and sold it to me for $100. I went down to Sears and bought four new white walls, just like in the picture.
It had a red and white interior and could easily fit in six… Continue
Added by Michael Thies on March 18, 2010 at 1:00pm —
My daughter is on her way to the hospital to have her 3rd baby and my 6th grandchild. She is making me feel old
Added by mike mele on March 14, 2010 at 10:49pm —
Terri Waddell attended South Cobb High School, class of 1985. After purchasing a 1969 Camaro, she painted it pink to match a feather she had. So thus, the Pink Lady was born. Back then, more people knew Terri as ‘Pinky’ and the car as ‘Spoiled Brat’. Terri had a lot of issues with the car, as you would expect. In 1987, I was born, and my mother, Terri, no longer had time to deal with a car she… Continue
Added by Christina on March 7, 2010 at 10:15am —
There is a folder in my photos labeled 56 Tbird that goes with this story this is but the first Chapter
William (Rick) Murphey has known this car since he was 10 years old. The car belonged to a neighbor of his grandfather in Atlanta. He always admired the presence of this cars color combination. As he grew up he saw less of the car and it drifted somewhat out of his mind. Then in the 1980's the Atlanta airport purchased the College Park neighborhood where his grandfather lived. In… Continue
Added by Miguel Caparros on February 27, 2010 at 11:42am —
by Miguel Caparros
Living in New Hampshire through my formative years was a teenage motor heads dream, driving at 14 with a parent, full license at 16. I took my drivers test in Mom's new 66 VW, like everything else that comes near me, I was already modifying it before the ink had dried on the title. Dad had agreed to pay for the rear camber compensator, front sway… Continue
Added by Miguel Caparros on February 27, 2010 at 9:30am —