Chevrolet unveiled the restored 2009 Corvette ZR1 at the automotive industry SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The vehicle was damaged earlier this year when a sinkhole developed beneath the National Corvette Museum. After the SEMA Show the Chevy will return to the Bowling Green, Ky museum on permanent display.
Over the years Mike and Jim Ring, aka “The Ringbrothers” have created some amazing show cars. Whenever we see one of their masterpieces in person we are always caught scratching our heads and asking “why didn’t I think of that?” Their newest creation is not different. This is “Recoil” and it is a 1966 Chevelle packing an astounding 980 horsepower blown LS7 running on readily available 91-octane gasoline. A beefed up T-56 shunts the power back to
Thousands of fans voted for this satin black “luxury” Mustang concept in the first-ever SEMA Mustang Build Powered by Women. The project, which is a collaboration between Ford Motor Co. and the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA), invited the public to view three concepts online and vote for the one they would like to see built by a group of female volunteers.
eBay Motors has announced the winners of the 2011 People’s Picks survey—the annual poll inviting enthusiasts to weigh in on all things automotive, including best camshaft, favorite ignition and favorite muscle car—even the best movie car of all time. More than 3.4 million votes were cast in this year’s competition, 10 times the 2010 tally. New this year, entrants had the opportunity to vote via mobile through the eBay Motors iPhone app. “This year’s massive voter turnout reflects the incredible passion of the auto…
Fulfilling the wish of every adult child who has ever played with one, Chevrolet and Hot Wheels®have created a life-size Hot Wheels Camaro Concept. The car debuted here at the 2011 SEMA Show – the aftermarket industry’s premier display of automotive toys. The Camaro Hot Wheels concept is inspired by the “Custom Camaro” – the dazzling Spectraflame® 1:64-scale toy that was part of the original 16 Hot Wheels cars released in 1968. The project was a collaborative effort between