FEATURE: 1969 Dodge Charger – Dukes of Hazzard ‘General Lee’

In the world of celebrity cars, few are as iconic as the eye-searing orange 1969 Dodge Charger from the 1980s “Dukes of Hazard” television series. Easily recognizable by the Confederate naval jack painted on the roof, the blocky “01″ script on the doors and its Dixie-trumpeting horn, this four-wheeled star rivaled the fame and popularity […]

FEATURE: 1987 Buick Grand National

During the heyday of the American muscle-car craze, the Detroit mantra for horsepower was “Bigger is always better.” Then big changes started occurring in the 1970s as a reaction to rising gas prices, higher inflation and steeper insurance premiums. Performance fell out of favor with the car-buying public during this time of uncertainty. However, a […]

BUILDS: 1948 GMC 1-Ton Truck

One of the great things about the Chicagoland classic car and truck community, is you can never be quite sure what area enthusiasts will have in their garages. The Midwest may mean bitterly long winters but that just gives more time for the wrenching guys and gals to fine-tune the cool and unique project vehicles […]

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