You wouldn’t replace a Holley 850 double pump on a 1968 L88 Corvette with a Rochester 2-barrel, nor should you put just any set of rims on your precious C6. There is a reason GM spends upwards of several years in the design phase before releasing one generation Corvette. This is the same reason why Cray Wheels will not design and manufacture a wheel for anything other than a C4, C5, or C6 Corvette.
You may be envisioning a stuffy warehouse, where only a handful of wheels are churned through a robot per week at $10,000 a piece. However, these high-tolerance rims range from $300 to $650, and are all hand-assembled and available through most high-end wheel shops. Cray believes you should never bite off more than you can chew, and your cruise night competition should be doing most of their chewing with their mouths wide open.
This just in… The new 2013 Dodge Dart will have a powerplant known as the Tigershark (Yay!). However, this tiger will be stalking the roadways with less than 200 horsepower (Boo). That’s the bad news. The good news for those who are too young to have a memory of the old hell-raising, 375 horsepower, 440 cubic-inch, GTS Dart (or so old you forget), its predecessor will maintain no less than about 40 mpg. This will put the new Dart in direct competition with the Chevy Cruze, Ford Focus, Honda Civic, and Hyundai Elantra. Continue reading 2013 Dodge Dart Sneak Peek: Don’t Get Too Excited, It’s a Compact!
The wings that carry an evil doer to places in search of death, destruction, and mayhem, must be stout, strong, and mysterious… just like these 10 average rides made cool by the big screen. Continue reading 10 Average Vehicles Made Cool by The Big Screen
Everybody just loves an underdog!
Well, everybody except the poor schlub in his $300,000 Ferrari Enzo, who happens to pull up next to one of these. Continue reading 7 Sleeper’s You’d Never See Coming
Hot Wheels cars and hot women normally don’t go together, unless a bored hooligan lights an M80 firecracker underneath Barbies’ pink corvette while she’s still sitting in it. As fun as a Barbie-Q sounds, we’d rather heat up your Monday with some sexy and healthy, non plastic women. (Well, there may be a few silicone parts)
Continue reading Hot Wheels Vs Hot Women
The May 2011 numbers are in, and the American Muscle car beat out the Japanese hybrid by nearly 2,000 units (that’s 19,476 muscle cars vs. 17,852 hybrids). While this may sound surprising with gas prices soaring to $4/gallon, when you consider the Japanese earthquake, and the lack of hybrids on the showroom floor. It isn’t so much that muscle cars have become more popular, but rather the hybrid has become more of an endangered species. Continue reading Gas Prices Climb to $4/gallon; Yet Muscle Cars Rein Surpreme in May Sales
Fast Five is pulling in ticket sales this week at a record pace. We could say that Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and Dwayne Johnson were solely responsible for the gender neutral crowds, but I think we all know who the real stars of the show are! Continue reading Fast Five: The Cars!
We all have our favorite movie cars, from Steve McQueen’s classic 68′ Mustang GT 390 (Bullitt) to the 1958 Plymouth Fury in the Steven King’s Christine, but there are a lot of other great film cars worthy of mention. Continue reading Top 5 Movie/Television Cars
If you’re a fan of the cult classic, Vanishing Point, you’ll be happy to hear that a dealership in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania has taken it upon themselves to build and release their own “Kowalski Approved” edition of the Challenger, as a tribute to the 1971 film. Continue reading The 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT Gets Kowalski Approved
Autoblog discovered this 2011 Camaro SS, painted by Mickey Harris of Mountain Muscle Cars, hanging out at this year’s Camaro Fest in Arizona. The handy work you see here took over three months to complete, and was directed by the General Motors Show Car Division. Continue reading “American Pride” Airbrushed 2011 Camaro SS