Tag - Interesting Finds

Interesting Finds: 1971 GMC Sierra Grande Custom Pickup

One of the many eye-catching vehicles at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale earlier this year was a custom 1971 GMC Sierra Grande 4×4 pickup. From its “Black Cherry” and white two-tone paint job, to the KMC beadlock wheels, to the fully custom houndstooth interior, it was a stunning creation inside,...

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Interesting Finds: 1966 Shelby GT350-H

Today we present this ClassicCars TV episode about a 1966 Shelby GT350-H. Though originally a Hertz Rent-A-Racer, this Shelby Mustang has been transformed into a Group B vintage SCCA race car with a meticulously built Hi-Po 289 tuned for 110 octane racing fuel, full roll cage, fuel cell, and Accusump...

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Interesting Finds: Iacocca Supercharged 2009 Ford Mustang

This feature from ClassicCars TV is Lee Iacocca’s 2009 Ford Mustang 45th Anniversary Edition. Built in partnership with Mr. Iacocca, the godfather of the pony car himself, this Mustang is one of only 45 produced and sold by Galpin Ford. Aside from the bespoke body designed by Michael Leone and...

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Interesting Finds: 1966 Ford Anglia 105 Saloon

Today we’re looking at a ClassicCars TV episode showcasing a 1966 Ford Anglia de Luxe, Ford UK’s popular compact from 1959-67. Featuring a reverse-slope backlite inspired by several American FoMoCo products of the time, and a new, rev-happy 998cc OHV inline-four paired with a four-speed manual, the Anglia was sold...

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Interesting Finds: 2025 Ford Mustang GTD

Have you ever wanted a street-legal Le Mans race car? With Ford’s upcoming 2025 Mustang GTD, your wish has been granted . . . that is, if you have $300,000 laying around. Today’s ClassicCarsTV feature is the Mustang GTD, which comes equipped with a supercharged 5.2L V8, active aerodynamics, TREMEC...

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Street Finds During Monterey Car Week

Time to start planning your trip to Monterey Car Week 2024. Need some inspiration? If you park yourself on a street corner in Monterey or Carmel, you’ll get enough eye candy that you will hardly miss those hoity-toity shows that are expensive to attend. Join ClassicCars TV as we stumble...

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Interesting Finds: 3 Unique & Rare Racing 924 / 933 Porsches

We have Porsches galore on this ClassicCars TV feature of three cars that represent a spirited chapter in the brand’s racing heritage. The 1979 924 SCCA race car stands out with its 1986cc inline-four race engine, Weber carburetors, and competition-approved roll bar. Then we have the 1978 924/933 D Production...

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Interesting Finds: 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 Concept

Today’s ClassicCars TV feature was one for the dreamers almost 70 years ago: the 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 concept car. With hopeful and optimistic post-war attitudes characterizing the new decade, this relic from GM’s Motorama perfectly captured the zeitgeist of what was to come for the rest of the decade. Utilizing...

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Interesting Finds: 1933 Chevrolet Streamliner

This unusual 1930s Chevrolet Streamliner was built by Vaudeville comedian Ralph Cook, though its build is believed to have had assistance from Alex Tremulis, who would soon find fame at Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg. In fact, this very vehicle was displayed at the 1933 “Century of Progress” World’s Fair in Chicago. Cook eventually...

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