Photo-blog dedicated to the things we dream about... muscle cars. Most of the photos found on my blog are found on the internet. If I can give credit I will. If you wish to have a photo removed, please message me and I will remove them.

 

1967 GT 500 Mustang sold for $170,000.00

1967 GT 500 Mustang sold for $170,000.00

70 Chevelle SS convertible sold for $155,000.00

70 Chevelle SS convertible sold for $155,000.00

This unfinished 1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda sold for $347,000.00

This unfinished 1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda sold for $347,000.00

Surpassed 10k followers!  Thanks everyone!

Surpassed 10k followers!  Thanks everyone!

generalfatcat1989 asked
I'm digging your pics from the Adirondack Nationals. I was at that show too. Do you go every year?

We try and attend every year.  We love Lake George and muscle cars so it is a perfect weekend!

themusclecar:

1968 Dodge Charger R/T | Scott Crawford - On Being Powerful…
"Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.” - Margaret Thatcher In 1968, Chrysler Corporation unveiled a new ad campaign featuring a Bee with an engine on its back. These cars were called the “Scat Pack”. The Coronet R/T, Super Bee, Dart GTS and Charger R/T all received bumble-bee stripes (two thin stripes framing two thick stripes) that wrapped around the back of the car. The stripes were standard on the R/T’s and came in red, white or black. If the owner wanted to be a bit more subtle, they could be deleted at no cost.
Disclaimer: I also appreciate a good stripe. ;-)

themusclecar:

1968 Dodge Charger R/T | Scott Crawford - On Being Powerful…

"Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.” - Margaret Thatcher

In 1968, Chrysler Corporation unveiled a new ad campaign featuring a Bee with an engine on its back. These cars were called the “Scat Pack”. The Coronet R/T, Super Bee, Dart GTS and Charger R/T all received bumble-bee stripes (two thin stripes framing two thick stripes) that wrapped around the back of the car. The stripes were standard on the R/T’s and came in red, white or black. If the owner wanted to be a bit more subtle, they could be deleted at no cost.

Disclaimer: I also appreciate a good stripe. ;-)

1970 Hemi Superbird 4-speed sold for $575,000.00

1970 Hemi Superbird 4-speed sold for $575,000.00