The guys at Supervettes made something really amazing – took the old C6 and gave it a facelift with a stunning aerodynamic body kit. Available for any C6 Corvette, the kit features a carbon fiber body, several details borrowed from the C7 and four round taillights. Check out the press release:
The Ultimate Supervette… “SV8.R”
“We started designing the Concept which we have since named the “SV8.R” back in 2009. Our vision and goal was to create an entirely new body for the C6 Corvette that would capture the Supercar essence that the Corvette lacked, at least visually in the past few generations. There’s no argument that its drive train is one if the best on the market, and THE very best bang for your buck available today.. but it still lacked something. So we went to the drawing board. We wanted to create what we thought GM should have designed, but can’t due to a small box their design team must stay inside to meet profit margins and sales goals.
We decided to completely replace the entire exterior with a new 100% Carbon Fiber Supervette body. A super contemporary design, capturing some design cues from past generations like the C2 and C3… and of course the traditional round round lights. Ironically, keeping the round tail lights, but executing this idea in a very modern way, was our #1 focus when we first started sketching… and its been without a doubt the most controversial part of the new C7 design. Read more!
We’ve seen the 2015 Ford Mustang in lots and lots of photos, and even in a short video showing its exhaust note, but we have yet to see the brand new pony car in action. Today’s 2-minute video that clip shows the new muscle car while being driven on Route 66. Even though it doesn’t come via Ford, the footage is obviously taken while the Blue Oval company was shooting some rolling flicks out in the desert.
Yes, we know the 2015 Ford Mustang was officially unveiled on December 5 and is scheduled to be became available in late 2014, but the sixth-generation pony could go on sale in April, when the Mustang体育盘口 celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Muscle Cars World will give you more tech details on the musclecar, probably on January 7, when the Mustang will be showcased at the 2014 International Consumers Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Click on Read more for video.
Christmas wish is the ideal way to wish for love and peace for all. Wishes can be given to anyone, whether you know a person or not. It is the way to share your feelings and happiness with all those whom you come across on this sacred occasion. You never know; you might make a lonely person smile because of your Christmas wish.
Wish you a Merry Christmas and may “Silent Night”, performed by FordMustang bring abundant joy and happiness in your life! Wish you and your family a Merry Christmas! Click on Read more to see and hear Muscle Cars World favourite Christmas song!
Tips for car owners before deciding on an insurance coverage
Collectors have always taken steps to secure and protect their classic cars, and one of the best ways to do so is through auto insurance. Many are hesitant to get one, however, because of the rising prices of premiums; an increase of $150 was experienced in the US this year. In Europe, insurance prices are projected to rise as well—Ireland, in particular, will increase its rates by 10% according to ’s recent reports. Nevertheless, experts advise that classic cars should be insured because of their inherent value which may be lost if a mishap occurs and a coverage is not in place.
Insuring muscle cars need not be a headache—here are a few tips:
· Do some research first; look around for the best deals before settling on a brand. Not all providers cover muscle cars, which make prices more exorbitant; however, there are still those which charge slightly lower than the others. advised to get several quotes from different companies then compare them with each other.
· Insurance for classic cars in the US costs around $600 per year, while in Ireland the typical rate is €175 ($239). To make premiums more affordable, Aviva suggested taking advantage of discounts—a mileage discount is usually in place for classic cars, and the typical threshold is 7,500 miles. Mileage lower than this will get the car体育盘口 owner a discount.
· According to , coordinating with your current insurance company is also advisable. Reasonable rates for muscle car体育盘口 insurance may be offered if the owner has a good track record with minimal claims in the past. If another insurance provider is preferred, make sure that a reputable company is chosen—inquire if it’s covered by the guaranty fund of the state, and also if it’s licensed.
This stunning 2012 Ford Mustang Shelby Widebody GT500 was found over Ultimate Auto and Muscle Cars World just couldn’t resist showing this badass muscle car to you! Check out this Super Snake supercharged up to 750+ hp with Borla cat back exhaust system. The Wheels are Vellano VCX Concave featuring smoked brushed center and carbon fiber体育盘口 lips 21×10 (Front) 22×12.5 (Rear), Pirelli P Zero (285/30-21) Front 335/25-22 (Rear) tires.
Outside you can enjoy the all metal widebody hand fabricated, including upper body line, lower rocker extensions, and fender flares. The bumpers are widened to match with custom front splitter, flared side skirts, and molded rear diffuser. Rear window vents are molded to body with carbon fiber inlays. Add the custom real carbon fiber inlaid stripe over hood, roof, and trunk, trunk spoiler molded to decklid.
The BASF Glasurit Color by Foose Butterscotch Pearl Orangepaint with custom tungsten grey trim and the smoked taillights make this muscle car look amazing! Check out the details – the gas cap, license plate frame, emblems, and logos hand painted to match. Click on Read more for stunning images and more info!
Alright, we are back with a real road horsepowermonster – The Dodge/SRT Viper by Nth Moto needs just a small introduction that will make you think about. This 2006 V10-powered sportscar is squeezez no less than 1,323 horsepower.
To get it there, the coupe was fitted with two turbochargers with hand-formed 5-1 stainless steel manifolds, air-to-water intercooler and CNC billet end tanks. Visual alterations include carbon fiber parts, a new exterior paint and a set of HRE 798R wheels finished in glossy black.
This crazy Viper on the dyno looks stunning! The guys at Nth Moto did a really great job with this american car.
You sure know the 1969 1/2 Super Bee and the Plymouth Road Runner, equipped with the 440 Six Pack. These were the first production cars to feature an all-fiberglass, lift-off hood. “The Six Pack 440 was introduced as a midyear option, and with it came the mandatory addition of the Super Track Pack and its 4.10:1 gears in the Dana 60 rear, either the A-727 automatic or 833 manual transmission, and no wheel covers on the black-painted (regardless of body color) steel wheels with chrome lug nuts. Models ordered as such are commonly referred to as “A12” cars, for the option code, and are a rare find, with only 1,907 Super Bees (and 1,412 Road Runners) built, 29 of which were exported to Canada (and 21 Road Runners). Disc brakes, wheel covers, cruise control, and air conditioning were not available for your 440 Six Pack Super Bee, making the cars true performance beasts from the get-go.” says Brian Stupski.
The innovative fiberglass hood mentioned earlier, finished in non-reflective “Organosol” black paint, the hinge-less, scooped hood was held in place by four chrome bezel-equipped pins, and had an open fresh air scoop. The idea was to make cars even lighter, but the driver had no way to shut out the weather from the air cleaner element. That wide-mouthed scoop was open for business at all hours, in all weather, and ordering a three-speed windshield wipers was considered as a partial victory…. Read more!