Chevelle 555 Big Block Cold Start, Sounds Like a Monster!

We’ve said it before and we’ll stand by it time and again: when it comes to cold start badassness, it’s almost impossible to beat good old American muscle.

Yes, there’s a certain appeal to a silky exotic firing up for the first time, and there’s always some gut reaction when a rattling diesel rumbles to life, but for just pure guttural intensity, a big block muscle car is simply the go-to.

While this car is obviously not rocking a stock big block, the effect is only amplified by whatever gnarly camshaft the owner has chosen and the great sounding exhaust that appears to dump under the car just in front of the rear end.

This Chevelle sounds like every bit the monster GM engineers had to envision when they picture their creation taken to the next level once the modification process started in the owner’s hands. The gorgeous red and black paint are classic GM and scream “You don’t want none” to any potential opponent that may encounter this hotrod on the streets or even on the track.

Insane Muscle Car Junkyard: Pontiac GTO Judge, 1968 Mustang Fastback, 1970 Cuda, SS 396 Chevy Nova!

Guys, we’re gonna warn you now, this is hard to watch.

The Auto Archaeologist has found what could be the most ridiculous collection of badass original muscle cars we’ve ever seen. The problem is, they’re all sitting in a field collecting dust and rust instead of being restored and returned to their previous glory. While these aren’t “Dodge Charger Daytona” rare cars, they are all fairly hard to find, especially in original condition like these.

Unfortunately the owner has declared that none of these cars are for sale and had even asked the Auto Archaeologist to keep the location to himself, implying that he doesn’t even want to hear the offers from potential buyers. We’ve never understood what possesses people to hoard cars like this and refuse to share them with the community. These cars could not only make the owner a LOT of money, they could create work for the shops who would restore them, help those shops build their following as fans would surely love to keep track of the progress as the cars undergo the transformations back to road-worthy condition.

But the owner has spoken and declared the cars are not available. Such a shame to see some of the most iconic domestic muscle cars ever built rotting away in a junk yard somewhere. Maybe one day the owner will come to his senses and realize that he’s sitting on a gold mine. Between the 1968 Hatchback Mustang, the 1970 Barracuda, and the Pontiac GTO Judge, there is likely six figures worth of Detroit iron in the pile. Not to mention the big block Nova that looks to actually be in pretty solid shape would also bring a stack of cash from the right buyer. Such a shame…

2018 Pontiac GTO Judge!

The new rumor on the internet is that new 2018 Pontiac GTO Judge is coming soon to the market. We all remember the rumor about new 2017 Pontiac Trans Am, but jet we have found out that the “Rumor” is not just rumor, the new Trans am has been made, an that is 7 of them, with Camaro Body kit, and it is not Pontiac, because we all know that Pontiac is dead!Is the new 2018 Pontiac GTO Judge is going to been made on same way like new Trans Am, and will it be limited edition, we will see soon. We all know that the The Judge was released back in 1969, and it was intended as a low-cost model of the car. Yet, according to rumors new GTO will be more powerful, and looks more awesome! But let’s get back to what we found so far!

Now, when we talk about the engine options for new GTO, there are few rumors on the net. 6.2-liter Camaro V8, 7.0 and so on. But if it goes like with Bandit Edition limited, that it is currently custom, and you could order what engine you want. But, if you ask us, we would like to see 7.4-liter LSX V8 engine, 2.9-liter twin-screw supercharger with 840 hp. Now, that is something great if you wanna have real muscle car, and you wanna enjoy the ride!

Now, with so many rumors on the internet, we wanna go with the one that is possible, because we know that Pontiac is dead!
We think that they will use donor Camaro body kit, and do some little adjustments to him like they did on new Bandit, and will make custom made GOT Judge just like you wannaIf we take the case with new Trans am Bandit Edition and limited edition of 77, with the starting price of $115,000, including the donor Chevrolet Camaro (according to Top Speed), but it may be little different, we can expect that new GTO will cost around $150,000 (including the donor Chevrolet Camaro), which is little too much, but on the other hand, this is GTO Judge.

Remember this article is based on the rumors, but we all remember the rumor about Ford Bronco (it’s going to be made), and rumor about Trans am, so this is more likely to be truth than just fools advertising!
Our opinion is that it will be custom made (because Pontiac is dead), and it will be limited edition.

Source: www.stillhunting.info

The New 840-Horsepower “Trans Am” Is Insane Fun


The Drive’s Sean Evans drives the 840-hp “Trans Am Bandit Edition,” a Chevy Camaro SS-turned-Trans Am, complete with T-tops and a 7.4-liter supercharged V8. It’s the product of Trans Am Worldwide, of Florida, the state that gave us Burt Reynolds and crazy, badass things of all description.

Video shot and edited by Andrew Siceloff, and produced by Cait Knoll

Source:www.thedrive.com

The 750-HP Shelby F-150 Super Snake Is a $100,000 Thundertruck


Sad that the Ford no longer sells an F-150 Lightning? Want a full-size truck with Dodge Hellcat-rivaling power? Shelby American has the answers to these questions and more. For a little under $100,000, Shelby will sell you the F-150 Super Snake, a truck with a 750-hp 5.0-liter supercharged V8.

Unlike the Ford F-150 Raptor, the Super Snake is designed for on-road use only, as evidenced by its extremely low front air dam and side sills. Naturally, the Super Snake wears twin white racing stripes and a no lack of Shelby badging–lest you forget who builds this truck. Shelby also throws in a new tonneau cover, rear bumper, and interior badging.

Shelby says it aimed to improve the F-150’s handling for the Super Snake, and collaborated with Ford Performance and Borla for its development. The Super Snake is available with either rear- or four-wheel drive and each truck comes with a three-year/36,000-mile warranty.

Source: www.roadandtrack.com

Company Offers 100 Year Warranty on Their ‘Warzone Ready’ Truck That Gets 1,000 Miles Per Tank


A new battle-ready SUV is turning heads for its shocking simplistic design and 100-year warranty. The construction of the Partisan One is reminiscent of scaffolding and is actually delivered in a lightweight assembly kit, making it easier to drop the vehicle into warzones. The SUV is also somewhat sparse, only coming with the most basic components.

As reported by Fox News, the German company’s creation includes a steering wheel, seats, pedals, and lights. The circular holes on the exterior surfaces provide options for bolting on armor plating, and a V-shaped armor panel can also be added under the chassis to help deflect roadside bombs.

With its simplistic design and lack of styling, the vehicle is less expensive than many luxury SUVs and can be produced more quickly.

The designer of the Partisan One claim the vehicle’s right angles at the roofline are an intentional move to help the SUV stand out from its more attractive rivals.

Buyers also have the ability to install almost any engine into the SUV, including electric or hybrid motors. A 2.8-liter Fiat diesel is the standard option.

Also standard is a massive fuel tank designed to allow the Partisan One to go nearly 1,000 on a single tank.

Currently, there are three and five-door variants of the SUV available, and there is the possibility that six-wheel or eight-wheel versions could be manufactured in the future.

Prior to assembly, the flatpack design allows multiple Partisan Ones to be placed into a single shipping container, making them easier to deploy into the battlefield that some other military vehicles. Once the shipment arrives, the SUVs can be assembled onsite, a process that the company claims is relatively easy.

Partisan Motors, which was founded by Dr. Juri E. Postnikov, a Russian engineer and the designer of the Partisan One, is offering a shocking 100-year warranty on the vehicle that includes coverage for “the entire car in addition to its wearing parts.” According to CNET, Postnikov asserts that the SUV is “the best car for the world’s worst roads.”

The company also states that the vehicle can survive 50 years of military use or more.

Source: Tribunist