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How to Take A Restoration from Good to Great: It’s The Small Things That Count! -

How to Take A Restoration from Good to Great: It’s The Small Things That Count!

You Can’t Always Get What You Want…Kinda - My story of coming to own the Donohue-Penske Sunoco Javelin!

You can’t always get what you want, can you? My story of coming to own the Donohue/Penske Sunoco Javelin!

The AMC Gremlin: Ugly, Cute, or a Muscle Car Before It’s Time? -

Was the AMC Gremlin ugly, cute or just a muscle car before it’s time?

The Outrageous Muscle Car Years; Bellbottoms, Pistol-Grip Shifters, and Plum Crazy Colors! -

In 1972 my car and my wedding tux were both “psychedelic,” and “outrageous!” Here’s a look at the crazy and awesomely fun colors of muscle cars!

To Pro-Tour or Not to Pro-Tour…That is the Question! -

Is it better to do an NOS Restoration and create a car you’ll never drive, or go the Pro Touring route and build the car you want to drive? I used to be a concours only guy….but now I’m changing my mind.