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Cat Depreciation Day

Cat Depreciation Day

January 11th, 2021 Chris Phillip

Who says late-model iron isn't exciting? Case in point is this 2016 Dodge SRT Challenger Hellcat, a 2,000-mile, one-owner example looking for a new love in its life. In 2015, Dodge introduced the SRT Challenger Hellcat and ushered in a brand-new era of modern muscle-car performance. Heck, getting a Hellcat meant paying dearly over MSRP - $5,000 over, $10,000 over, $25,000 over ... you name it! Tha...
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A Two-Door Vic Will Do the Trick!

A Two-Door Vic Will Do the Trick!

December 21st, 2020 Chris Phillip

If you thought Ford's use of the name Victoria was isolated to the ubiquitous Crown Victoria sedans that filled police fleets from 1992-2012, you didn't go far enough back into your history book. Introduced in 1930 on the Model A, "Victoria was a late addition to that year’s line and, as a result, volume was rather limited at not quite 6,500 units. All were Deluxe models with full equipment and a...
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One Howler of a Prowler

One Howler of a Prowler

December 3rd, 2020 Chris Phillip

Ah, the great American car brands that have gone to the graveyard in the sky: Studebacker, Hudson, Mercury ... the list goes on. But while Pontiac may have gone out with a wimper (Anybody recall the Daewoo-built G3 abomination?), Plymouth, the brand that brought us the legendary Roadrunner and 'Cuda, went out with a bang. Case in point is the Prowler, a legendary late-model two-seat roadster that...
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Cozy Up with your Boss!

Cozy Up with your Boss!

November 19th, 2020 Chris Phillip

Back in 1971, Ford's Boss Mustang entered its third production year after setting a strong reputation in the muscle-car world (and professional SCCA Trans Am racing) for performance that gave Shelbys a run for their money. Indeed, 1969 and 1970 Boss ponys with their nimble small-block 302s and Hemi-killer 429s were the talk of the town, but what would the third model year bring? The answer was the...
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Fresh Tires Roasted Daily!

Fresh Tires Roasted Daily!

November 10th, 2020 Chris Phillip

Sometimes, the fewer words get all the attention. That's the story of Ryno Classifieds seller Bill McMorris who is offering his ground-pounding 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle to those who dream to quantlfy their vehicular horsepower with four digits instead of three. That's right, 1-0-0-0 horsepower is quite the bragging right and this classic A-body Chevy does it via a restomod build featuring a superch...
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Win Vaughn Gittin, Jr.’s “Ultimate Fun Haver” Ford F-150

Win Vaughn Gittin, Jr.’s “Ultimate Fun Haver” Ford F-150

November 5th, 2020 Ryan Maturski

It’s “One Insane F-150,” says Drivingline.com To celebrate the official launch of RYNO Classifieds from Ryan Maturski, the founder of Racing Junk, you can enter to win World Drift Champion Vaughn Gittin, Jr’s “Ultimate Fun Haver” Ford F-150 sport truck. Drivingline.com calls this grand-prize truck “One insane F-150” and you can bring it home when you create a free user account at RYNO.co. If you’r...
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Which Way is Wally World?

Which Way is Wally World?

October 28th, 2020 Chris Phillip

How foretelling that last week's blog was "Going Home with a Supermodel" as this week's blog recalls Christie Brinkley's role in the campy, cult-classic comedy, Vacation. Christie, as pop-culture aficionados can attest, was the girl in the Ferrari, or to be more precise, the girl in the 1981 Ferrari 308 GTSi. The targa-topped 308 GTS was a V-8 mid-engine, two-seater sports car produced by Ferrari...
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Going Home with a Supermodel

Going Home with a Supermodel

October 19th, 2020 Chris Phillip

In October 1996, American sports-car fans rejoiced the introduction of the C5 Corvette, the first "modern" Corvette. This all-new sports car introduced the now-legendary LS V-8 engine to the masses on a platform that was considered far-less problematic than its generational predecessor. This spiffy specimen, posted by Ryno Classifieds seller BUDGET CORNER, proves that entering the Corvette hobby t...
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Whoa, Horsey!

Whoa, Horsey!

October 6th, 2020 Chris Phillip

Sure, nearly 2.6-million third-generation Ford Mustangs rolled off the factory line between 1979 and 1993 and you've likely seen so many of these Fox bodies over the years that they may seem endless. How often, however, have you spotted a 225-hp 1991 Mustang GT pumping out 600hp to the rear wheels, all while still maintaining low miles, a somewhat-stock appearance and a fold-back convertible roof?...
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Cue Up Some ZZ Top

Cue Up Some ZZ Top

September 23rd, 2020 Chris Phillip

One gander at this '34 Ford two-door sedan offered by Ryno seller Tazhog and it's hard not to associate it with the '33 Ford coupe, code name "Eliminator," made famous by "That Little Ol' Band from Texas" ZZ Top. A true pre-war-era Ford devotee may beg to differ that there are no less than 65 differences between the '33 and '34 models, most of them running production changes. Here are three to poi...
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