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Upgraded for 2020 the new special edition Ford GT Supercar, comes with more power. Ford Performance announces upgrades to the Ford GT supercar for Ford Gt40, Ford Mustang, Supercars, Loud Exhaust, Chicago Auto Show, Peugeot 3008, Nissan Navara, Bmw X6, Automotive News

2020 Ford GT Revealed With ‘Liquid Carbon,’ ‘Gulf Racing Heritage’ Editions | American Luxury

This month, Ford announced updates to its figurehead model, the GT. The changes to the GT include a token improvement in horsepower, as well as design improvements and tweaks, and...

Chevy Bel Air by James Terry, via Beautiful photo, beautiful car. We had a Chevy when I was a kid. Chevrolet 1957, 1957 Chevy Bel Air, Chevrolet Trucks, Chevrolet Impala, My Dream Car, Dream Cars, Gmc Motors, Vintage Cars, Antique Cars

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The very popular Camrao A favorite for car collectors. The Muscle Car History Back in the and the American car manufacturers diversified their automobile lines with high performance vehicles which came to be known as “Muscle Cars. Muscle Cars, Plymouth Savoy, Plymouth Belvedere, Classic Chevy Trucks, Best Classic Cars, Us Cars, Vintage Trucks, Mopar, Cars And Motorcycles

1963 Plymouth push-button transmission - ✦ ✧ Vintage & CLASSIC Cars, Repinned By Averson Automotive Group LLC

Vintage Cars 1960 Plymouth XNR Concept***Research for possible future project. - 1960 Plymouth XNR Concept***Research for possible future project. Luxury Sports Cars, Sport Cars, Weird Cars, Cool Cars, Design Autos, Auto Jeep, Automobile, Auto Retro, Roadster

1960 Plymouth XNR Prototype - w/ a Well Tuned 170ci Slant 6 Under the Hood, That Reached 147 MPH ********** US Regulations (?) demanded this ONE OF ONE work of art be destroyed. Exner had it shipped to the Middle East, where it bounced from Shah, to King, to Emperor and such, until it came home in 2012, and sold at auction for $935,000.