Michelin Presents Weekly Wallpaper: Modern Classic From Trans Am World Wide

Among the clown college that’s SEMA, there are always a couple of these new-school Trans Ams, and seeing ones well executed examples is always a treat. Has anyone seen one of these in the wild?

  Comments | By - November 12, 2014

Needs T-Tops, But This New School Trans Am Still Works for Me

It wouldn’t be SEMA without a new-school Trans Am post. This once was built for a Canadian customer, and the Magnuson Direct Mount Supercharger, beefy competition rockers, custom-ground cam and long tube headers—among other choice bits—mean this Screaming Chicken is putting down 600 horsepower at the wheels.

  Comments | By - November 5, 2014

Pontiac Should Still be Alive, Selling This Bad Ass Judge

GM never should have killed Pontiac, and if China wasn’t so batshit for Buick, it might not have. That said, if the General had embraced retro styling with its performance brand, we could have seen wicked cars like this Hurst Judge rolling down the street en masse. I love the Regal, but I’ll take this bad ass reincarnated Goat any day of the week.

  Comments | By - November 5, 2014

Sorry, the “First Car in the World on 34-Inch Wheels” is a Camaro

Here it is—one image that completely sums up why people love to hate SEMA. This tastefully optioned Camaro is, if the Starr Wheel Group are correct, the first car rolling on 34-inch wheels. Yup, it’s an answer to a question nobody asked, and it’s about five years late to the high-riser party.

  Comments | By - November 4, 2014

Team AnastasiaDate.com Escapes Day One of the 2014 Gumball Unscathed!

If you think a 550-horsepower Italian supercar and a lead-footed lady can make the Florida and Georgia sticks a little more interesting, you’d be right.

  Comments | By - June 6, 2014

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