1966 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 In 1966 Oldsmobile upgraded the engine option for the 442 to a 400-cubic-inch V-8 with three two-barrel carburetors and introduced its first W-30 package. The standard 442, with a single four-barrel, was rated 350 hp. With tri-power induction, that rating jumped to 360 hp, which matched the GTO, and it pegged…
1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport Some consider the first Buick Riviera, built from 1963 to 1965, to be the best-looking car General Motors has ever produced. And in the design’s final year it was perfected with hidden headlights and the availability of Buick’s first high-performance Gran Sport package—option code A9. Under the hood was a…
American Motor Company, or AMC, is one of those brands that came along, had a series of hit cars, and then faded away over the decades. The company did not have ties to any of the established three American manufacturers (though by the 1980s it was owned by Renault, who subsequently sold the brand to…
The Ruggirello-Roush Mustang II, Sudden Death, is probably the most famous Mustang II of all time
Chevrolet Impala Essential History
The storied Impala nameplate first appeared on a concept car shown at the 1956 Motorama,
The 1964 season was starting in February, so the team had 4-months to layout, test, build and perfect the Ferrari GTO beater.
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Launched during the 1992 Chicago Auto Show, designed to showcase SVT’s four hallmarks of performance, substance, exclusivity, and value.
It is the first GT350R built by Shelby, one of two prototypes built for 1965, the other was presented to the FIA for the SCCA B Production class.