While very few of us are destined to become the next Hollywood star, it is quite possible that your four-wheeled creation may one day cruise across the silver screen.
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
Despite their deep love and devotion, it’s not uncommon for collector car enthusiasts to let go of their special four-wheeled rides. Most things are, after all, for sale if the numbers are high enough. But as Lee Bakakos found out with his 1961 Ford Thunderbird, sometime that massive […]
Seeing high-powered machines tear across the big screen can leave a lasting, and lusting, impression. That’s exactly how Danny Fiermuga fell in love with his 1978 Pontiac Trans Am – he watched Burt Reynolds wheel his ’77 TA in ‘Smokey and the Bandit’. Years later and Fiermuga is […]