Crimson_bird joined this site back in 2009, and has since been striking up conversation and piquing jealousy when it come to his garage. Tucked neatly away is a 1998 Pontiac Trans Am that looks just too perfect.

For this week’s Throwback video, I bring you the commercial that introduced the television world to the 1970 Chevrolet Camaro…a car that was marketed here as the “Super Hugger”.

This week’s Dyno Blast video is a C3 Corvette which has been upfitted with a LS1 V8 from a 1998 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. The description says that it is stock, but it also says that it is equipped with a 228 cam, so while it has stock heads and a stock intake, it sounds like there were some modifications made to the engine prior to swapping it into the 1982 Corvette.

The 2016 Corvette looks sick. If you removed the hood emblem some people might mistake it for a for a Ferrari or some foreign and exotic ride. The drop top Z06 totally works in blue too.

My grandfather’s Cadillac looked nothing like the 2016 models at the Los Angeles Auto show. It certainly didn’t have 600 horsepower under the hood either. Why you ask? “Because you can never have enough horsepower,” according to the experts at Cadillac.