Asking Jerry Maerz what he likes about the 1977 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is sort of like asking somebody why they like the smell of bacon, the sight of a beautiful sunrise or the sound of your favorite song on the radio. What does he like about his beautiful ’77 Monte? Everything!
In the Jan. 20 issue of OCW, we called the 1970 Hemi ‘Cuda convertible offered at Russo & Steele‘s Scottsdale auction an “ultimate opportunity.” Well, someone “seized the day” Jan. 22 and spent $1.7 million to buy the ultra-rare, ultra-desirable muscle car. Below is what was published on the car in the Jan. 20...
Charitable 1973 Stingay to cross auction block at Barrett-Jackson on Jan. 19, 2011
Convertible headlines the Russo and Steele 11th annual Scottsdale Auction Jan. 19-23.
Nick Heiser chuckles at the thought of his mean, green 1970 429 Cobra-Jet Torino GT being considered somewhat of an overlooked “sleeper” in the muscle car universe. “You either love ’em or you hate ’em,” he says with a hearty laugh.”
Gary Casagranda admits that if anyone was going to love and preserve his rare and ultra-unique 1969 Plymouth Barracuda “Mod Top,” he was probably the right man for the job. He almost felt a sense of duty in keeping the car in once piece after his childhood friend, who owned the car, died many...
In spite of all its machismo, fearsome looks and tire-smoking reputation, one of the things Mark Spaude likes most about his sweet 1968 Shelby GT-350 Mustang is it’s simply a nice car to drive. It’s pretty reliable, it runs good, and it drives like a dream, especially for a muscle car.
What do Betty White and muscle cars have in common?
One of the greatest muscle cars of its generation
First-generation Z/28s take no back seats among vintage muscle machines.