1969

Restored Meadowlark Yellow 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Is The Cream Of The Crop – Brett Foote @FordAuthority

Some early Ford Mustang variants, like the Boss 429, were produced in scant numbers and command big bucks today. The 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 most certainly isn’t one of them, as over 70,000 people checked that particular box in that particular model… Read More ›

How to build a 670-hp Pro Touring 1969 Camaro without touching the paint -Thomas A. DeMauro @Hemmings

Taking a modern approach to race car performance for the street By Thomas A. DeMauro from June 2020 issue of Hemmings Motor News “I drive it like I stole it!” admits Larry Atwood, regarding his Pro Touring 1969 Camaro. Another owner might be… Read More ›

First-built AMX/3 to get long-overdue restoration – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

First-built AMX/3 to get long-overdue restoration In June of 1969, under codename E18, BMW engineers took delivery of an aggressively styled mid-engine coupe for development and testing. Except the car wasn’t theirs, wasn’t even built in Germany, and was destined… Read More ›

Today we learned: The Fiero wasn’t Pontiac’s first mid-engine car – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Today we learned: The Fiero wasn’t Pontiac’s first mid-engine car Not counting horseless carriages and other early automobiles that placed their engines under and behind-ish the driver, the Pontiac Fiero is often hailed as the first mid-engine American production car,… Read More ›

The car that started Pro-Touring is going up for a no-reserve auction – Mike Austin @Hemmings

Shameless Hemmings Auction promotion “I was not attempting to create a new genre of cars. I was attempting to harden an old Camaro enough to survive One Lap of America.” Unless you’re already familiar with Mark Stielow’s creations, there’s nothing… Read More ›

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