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1965 Chevrolet C15 Fleetside gets diesel power

By John Gunnell This truck was owner-restored during one Wisconsin winter. Diesel engines are catching on with hot rodders and other enthusiasts these days. Diesels are showing up in cars,
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Bill Blackall’s 1968 Mercury Cyclone GT

Story and photos by Cam Hutchins The '60s were the era of "Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday" but this clearly did not work for Mercury in 1968. That year
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1969 Shelby Mustang

Story and photos by Cam Hutchins If you went to any car shows or cruise nights over the past decade, it would seem that Muscle Cars certainly are King! They
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Diamante: Dodge’s dreamy-looking dream car

By John Gunnell Diamante was called “World’s Most Valuable Hemi Car.” One of the best-looking dream cars ever built made it to the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (www.MCACN.com) in
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Legal muscle: Chevy’s 9C1 “Box Car”

By John Gunnell Front bumper has no bumper guards. Chevrolet’s 9C1 package was a Special Equipment Option (SEO) for law enforcement—and now muscle car fans. The various 9C1 packages included
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Lil’ Black Express

This 1981 Dodge 150 pickup has gone from daily driver to treasured custom in less than four years. Both the truck and its current owners, Ryan and Bekki, were originally
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Man Collects Man-A-Fre Direct Port Carburetion Systems

By John Gunnell The rare big-block system fully restored and reassembled looks gorgeous. “Man-A-Fre” was the name of a high-performance induction system that was marketed in the early- to mid-1960s
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The Novel Nova

By John Gunnell The old Novel Nova was the inspiration for Tinberg’s Nickey Nova build. John Tinberg made a living mixing concrete to build things in Central Illinois, but later
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Cutlass 4-4-2 for a TV pilot that missed the cut

By John Gunnell The rear bumper treatment is one-of-a-kind. In 1972, the Oldsmobile 4-4-2 car-line was dropped, but the 4-4-2 name was still around. Oldsmobile marketed it as an appearance
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First Drive: 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

by Dan Heyman 760 horsepower. Think about that for a second. That’s more than the McLaren F1. It’s more than the Viper SRT. More than even a modern NASCAR makes,