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Join the Ceramic Craze!

Join the Ceramic Craze!

March 9th, 2021 Chris Phillip

Here at RYNO, we're excited to see ceramic car-car products becoming available to the masses. At the forefront of this movement is Mothers, whose all-new line of four unique Ultimate Hybrid products combines the ease-of-use of traditional carnauba wax with the benefit of nano-ceramic technology -- all while providing a timeless, liquidy-gloss shine. Let's take a quick look at each of these four gr...
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Top Mustangs - 1993 SVT Cobra R

Top Mustangs - 1993 SVT Cobra R

March 8th, 2021 Chris Phillip

It was pretty clear that the Fox-era Mustangs were hugely successful, both in terms of sales and their image as a halo car for the Ford lineup. Even if a buyer drove off with an Escort, it was likely the Mustang GT 5.0 that lured him or her into the showroom. With a new-generation car waiting in the wings, Ford's new Special Vehicle Team (SVT) closed out the 1979-93 bodystyle with the ultimate ver...
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Car Washing at 40 Below Zero? Now That's Using Your Noggin.

Car Washing at 40 Below Zero? Now That's Using Your Noggin.

March 4th, 2021 Chris Phillip

Here in Florida at the RYNO Classifieds headquarters, spring is already upon us. But for some of you in North America, the dastardly winter cold seems to be going on and on. So we figured you could use a good laugh! Why do some folks get to come up with all the clever ideas, like in this case, washing a Hummer H2 in 40 below weather? Now we can all see exactly what happens when you try to keep tha...
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Top Corvettes - 1970 Corvette LT1

Top Corvettes - 1970 Corvette LT1

March 3rd, 2021 Chris Phillip

Entering the 1970s, manufacturers were churning out menacing machines in droves featuring high-performance engine, transmission, and rear end combinations. Based on the Mako Shark II concept car, the Chevrolet Corvette was completely redesigned for 1968. Displaying a long nose, high-arching fenders, and curvaceous profile, this generation (known as the C3) was produced through the 1982 model year....
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The "Dolphin"-itive GMC Denali?

The "Dolphin"-itive GMC Denali?

March 2nd, 2021 Chris Phillip

Some folks say the highest compliment you can pay a modified vehicle is that it looks like a SEMA show build. SEMA, the contraction for the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association, is a manufacturers' and builders' playground held every early November in Las Vegas, Nevada. (We're sure Las Vegas, New Mexico, has some mighty fine car shows, too, but that's another story!) So when we saw this 2...
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Top Mustangs - 1970 Mach 1 Super Cobra Jet

Top Mustangs - 1970 Mach 1 Super Cobra Jet

February 26th, 2021 Chris Phillip

In 1970, both the Mustang Mach I and the 428ci Super Cobra-Jet (SCJ) engine returned for their second year of production. When paired together, the result was a fire-breathing, sport roof-bodied Stang fit with a high-compression street brawler engine. The strength of the legendary Super Cobra Jet engine was found in its rotating assembly; crankshaft, connecting rods, pistons, wrist pins, flywheel/...
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Top of the Heap Jeep Delivers 470+ Horsepower

Top of the Heap Jeep Delivers 470+ Horsepower

February 25th, 2021 Chris Phillip

For those who have neither the checkbook nor the dare to drive around in a Dodge Hellcat and its 707hp and higher varieties, the SRT 392 engine packages on the Dodge Charger and Challenger have served up fantastic performance for many muscle-car enthusiasts without breaking the wallet. That same performance bang for the buck doesn't translate over to the 392 Rubicon Jeep, which just had its Launch...
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Top Corvettes - 1967 Corvette L71 427/435

Top Corvettes - 1967 Corvette L71 427/435

February 24th, 2021 Chris Phillip

Sometimes when you know something new is coming up, it’s a good idea to wait. But for those who decided to pull the trigger on a 1967 Corvette, it was a fortuitous purchase. Back then, no one could have guessed it would be the ultimate Corvette. Although on the fifth year of its styling cycle, the 1967 Corvette continued to exploit the classic lines that made it among the most beautiful cars in th...
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Jimmy, Did You Get a Nose Job?

Jimmy, Did You Get a Nose Job?

February 22nd, 2021 Chris Phillip

Fans of the classic GMC Jimmy, rejoice. Texas customizer Flat Out Autos is making the news for giving the Chevy Tahoe a retrolicious face lift. According to GM Authority, Flat Out already has a customer wanting a handful of K5 Tahoes with retro styling. The classic GMC Jimmy front nose, grille and bumper on the Tahoe could see production soon. The GM news site reported, "One of these retro-inspire...
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Top Mustangs - 1969 Boss 429

Top Mustangs - 1969 Boss 429

February 19th, 2021 Chris Phillip

Although not all Ford Mustangs are considered muscle cars, the 1969 Boss 429 models possess everything one could ask for in a great American performance machine: aggressive styling, high horsepower engine, and tons of attitude. The Boss 429 Mustang wasn’t born from the desire to dominate the street, or even the drag strip, but simply to produce at least 500 cars with the new semi-hemi engine to qu...
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