Tag: autoclassics

Who Is Brave Enough To Drive This S281 Supercharged Mustang? – Max Holder @Autoclassics


If performance-tuned Mustangs don’t do it for you, you clearly haven’t met the Saleen S281 – a supercharged monster that separates the men from the boys

This 2006 Ford Saleen Mustang represents the best of the S197 run, and comes with the incredibly rare automatic transmission, an option rarely ticked on the Saleen specification sheet, making its lean price-tag even more alluring.

Read on here


Government Special Order ‘57 Chevy Discovered in Alaska – Max Holder @Autoclassics


Tom Cotter continues his search of unique cars in Fairbanks, Alaska and discovers a Boss 302, ‘57 Chevy and a ‘47 Mercury Pickup

In this episode of Barn Find Hunter, Tom Cotter begins his journey using an old adage from fellow motoring journalist Peter Egan of Road & Track Magazine: If you want to look for old cars, go to a small airport, because the wings of an airplane leave lots of room to put cars underneath them.

True enough, Cotter finds some truly remarkable cars doing just that.

13 long-lost Ford Mustang concept cars – Tyler Heatley @AutoClassics


The Ford Mustang has a history spanning five decades, with each generation defining its era. But what about the Mustang concept cars that never made it to production?

Read the rest of Tyler’s article here and see what the Mustangs that didn’t hit the street might have looked like.

This muscle car dealer is selling a dream barn find collection – Elliot Wood @Autoclassics


Restore a Muscle Car is a firm in Lincoln, Nebraska that takes huge numbers of classic American muscle cars and restores them to a sellable condition. Such is the size of its inventory that it now has too many cars and not enough time to restore them all, and is selling many of its unrestored models. Company employee Dave Hall has been kind enough to take the internet on a video tour of one of the sheds of classics, many of which are literal barn finds, that need a new owner.

Read Elliot’s full article here


Burt Reynolds’ last cars to be sold at auction – Calum Brown @autoclassics


The very last cars Burt Reynolds’ personally owned – including a ‘Smokey and the Bandit’ Trans Am – are headed to auction on September 29 during Barrett-Jackson’s Las Vegas sale

Read Calum Brown’s article on the up coming auction of the last of Burt’s car collection