The ’67 SS 396 was the high point of first-gen Chevelles. Their styling was arguably some of the cleanest of the era, with coke bottle lines throughout, and the 396 offered plenty of grunt in several different configurations. It was just the thing to take on Mopars, Mustangs, and GTOs on the street and strip – all […]
This 1967 E-type is sleek, sexy and triple black. And while black over black may not seem like best color combination for upcoming hot summer days, there’s an easy fix for that — find a two-lane blacktop and bang through the gears up to speed. Things will cool down in a hurry.
A big block and a drop top — is there anything more you want in a full-size cruiser this summer? The seller says this ’67 Fairlane is only a few steps away from being complete. “Only minor mechanical left to finish and the majority is cosmetic.” An air cleaner top might be high on the […]
Affectionately dubbed “The Flying Brick,” this 1969 A108 crisscrosses the country in search of van events. The seller says the van won hundreds of trophies, accolades and magazine articles the last 30-some years. This is your opportunity to jump in and do the same. Dodge’s A108 debuted in 1967; two years after the A100 joined […]
Original Minis are a lot of fun to flog, even in stock configuration. So this bright red 1967 Austin Mini, with all its aftermarket performance enhancements, should be a total blast to drive. According to the seller, a past owner built the car so his wife could join in on track day fun. Turns out […]
This Biscayne is a total Q-ship – a monster tri-power 427 in a plain white wrapper. It has 400 horses that they’ll never see coming at your local drag strip. Forget muscle car characteristic stripes and hood scoops — this car is perfect for racers who want to fly under the radar until the lights […]