2016 Ford GT – A Twin-Turbo 600 Horsepower V6 Supercar!

And just like that “BAM!” there it is, the return of the Ford GT. Gone is the thundering V8 power of the previous GT and GT40, in its place an impressive 600-horsewpower twin-turbo EcoBoost 3.5L V6. The last generation Ford GT has been generating a lot of interest in the collector car world, with values only appreciating. With this latest generation Ford brings their EcoBoost engine along with extensive use of carbon fiber to shave weight and bolster rigidity. Ford has also brought active aerodynamics…

1970 Mustang Boss 302 Trans Am Racer To Hit The Auction Block

Further acknowledging what we here at Motor City Muscle Cars have long known, American race cars are not only worth saving, but they are also a serious investment opportunity. Last year RM sold a 1965 Shelby GT350 R for just a touch under $1,000,000.00. That is some serious coin for a Mustang. And while this Boss 302 probably won’t bring that level of bidding right now, we think that sale may influence future sales of these vintage race cars. There is bound to be a…

Cadillac Kicks Down The Door With The New 640HP 2016 Cadillac CTS-V

Dear Lincoln, What happened to us? We used to be so close, but you’ve grown more and more distant as the years have gone by. When I bought my first Mark VII we had so much fun together, doing burnouts, drag racing, and eating up hundreds of highway miles at warp speed in quiet comfort. Then you built  the Mark VIII for me, and that was so thoughtful. You put a DOHC 32-valve Cobra engine in a buttery smooth body that would do an honest…

Retro Cinema: How To Waterproof Your MB Jeep

Here at Motor City Muscle Cars were absolutely love vintage Jeeps. This old War Department Signal Corps training film is all kinds of awesome. First we see what appears to be a complete waterproofing kit in a crate. We’d love to know what that kit is worth today intact. Second, we learn about our friend the water proofing material, which of course features that marvel of modern technology ASBESTOS! Yes, the main component in the kit is a five gallon bucket of asbestos laden play…

MRT’s TKO 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost 2.3L Rolls Out At SEMA 2014

Scott Hoag has a funny sense of humor. Back in 2011 Scott’s team at MRT decided to take a different path and customize a lowly V6 Mustang. Yes, the same car your parents bought your little sister for graduation. But Scott had a plan, one that included bolting on a ProCharger and pushing the little 3.7L V6 over the 400 horsepower mark. He treated the rest of the car to a full road racing package and a full custom interior. The car made waves at…

Found On eBay: 1982 Jeep Scrambler Ambulance Conversion

{{unknown}}Scramblers are awesome, let’s just go ahead and make that statement now. While the short wheelbase of the CJ is great offroad, there are times when a bit more room is a welcome addition. The folks at Horton Ambulance (still in business by the way) saw the potential of the Scrambler chassis as a nice mid-size all-terrain ambulance.

Ringbrothers Built An Insane 980 Horsepower 1966 Chevelle

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

Street Race: 2015 Mustang GT Versus 2014 Mustang GT

Now that 2015 Ford Mustangs are landing in dealer showrooms it was just a matter of time before videos like this started popping up. To be fair this isn’t the most scientific comparison ever conducted but at least. For one, the 2014 GT is equipped with an automatic transmission while the 2015 GT is rocking a stick. Also, most there is no real timing equipment involved, it is all done street racing style.

Driven: 2015 Chevrolet Colorado & GMC Canyon

I have mixed emotions about my love affair with Chevrolet’s small truck offerings. Back in high school I owned a 1988 Chevrolet S-10 4×4 with the woefully inadequate 2.8L V6 engine. The size was perfect for my needs but I can think of few engines that match the sheer miserableness of that 2.8L. Once the truck was sold I quickly forgot about the drivetrain, but the size of the truck stuck with me. Over the years I would revisit the small and mid size truck…