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16 of the Greatest American Race Cars of All Time

This country has created some of the boldest, most successful, and most innovative race cars in history.


Our previous attempts at chronicling NASCAR history and Petty racecars have been pretty shoddy — so please see the full Mecum Auctions writeup below the AMAZING photo set here. Fast facts are: — this is believed to be the only 1973 Petty-built racecar still surviving — entered circuit for the ’74 season, and was raced until the late 1980s — original driver? None other than Dale Earnhardt The most shocking detail? The price estimate of $40k to $80k! Another semi interesting tidbit? There…

The Kevin Thomson Collection Part 1

Hi all, some of us have enjoyed these images the pleasure of viewing Kevin Thomson's (Southspeed0 pictures on Flickr. After discussing this with Kevin he has agreed to allow me the honour of resizing the images for this site.To start with these are F5000's and Saloons from 1972 and 1973. 6965 6966 6967 6968

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The Muscle Staple: American Racing wheels

One of the many benefits of the Hemmings West desk here in San Francisco, is the city's somewhat obscure role in the development of automotive high performance and the absolutely enormous aftermarket industry. Most people think of Southern California when it comes to the early speed merchants--and t...

Bob Bondurant, icon of racing and performance driving school, dies at 88

Champion racing driver Bob Bondurant, who created an iconic school of “high performance driving,” has died in Paradise Valley, Arizona, at the age of 88.

A.J. Foyt: Scar never healed after seeing friend die in horrific crash at 1958 Indy 500

'When someone helps you, and then you see them burn … you know, it’s hard. I don’t care who you are.'

Wallace Jr. on potential final No. 43 start: ‘Hopefully made a name for myself’

Darrell Wallace Jr. stood on pit road Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway after what was perhaps his final Monster Energy Series start in the No. 43 Ford.

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Mary LaForge-Little Nest was a Native American woman who was born around 1874 in Montana. She was the daughter of Mitch Bouyer and Magpie Outside, both of whom were mixed-race scouts for the US Army. Her father died at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876. She married Little Nest, a Crow chief, and lived on a reservation. She wore a Nez Perce style dress with beaded floral patterns
This 1966 Ford Mustang custom coupe rides on a set of 17-inch American Racing wheels and is powered by a bored-over 351ci Windsor V8 backed by an upgraded 5-speed manual transmission. This first-generation pony car has been in Florida long-term and garage-kept by the seller for 11 years, showing clean, glossy body panels. Auction ends May 16th!
Win This Stunning 69 Camaro🔥🔥 Valued at $177,000 Get Entries & Support Aussie Veterans Don’t miss your chance to win this Chevrolet Camaro that has been completely rebuilt from just a shell, and has been extensively modified in a pro-touring style. Features of this car include: 🔥Chevy LS7 427ci V8 Engine ⚙️Mal Wood T56 6-Speed Manual Transmission 💨ProCharger SuperCharger 💺Bentley Tan Leather Seats ⚫20” American Racing Wheels
Arch Motorcycle was founded on the idea of redefining the American performance cruiser. Just like K&N was created for racing performance back in 1969. Today ARCH Motorcycle delivers an unrivalled riding and ownership experience through an obsession for innovative design, engineering excellence and dedication to the rider. We are proud of our partnership and continue to innovate together towards the same goal. Click here for the full Youtube video!

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