Ford 351 Cleveland History

The 351 Cleveland was amply named after the Cleveland, Ohio engine plant (casting, stamping, and assembly plants) where majority of them were produced. The Cleveland received praise for its canted valved, open

Ford Torino Talladega

Ford Motor Company developed the Torino Talladega for the sole purpose of competing in NASCAR (amply named after Talladega Super Speedway in Alabama that debuted in 1969). The car was introduced in

Dodge Super Bee

The Dodge Super Bee was a moderately low production, limited edition car offered from 1968 to 1971. The Super Bee was a response to the success of the Plymouth Road Runner. At

1970 Plymouth Superbird

The 1970 Plymouth Superbird, based on the Road Runner, was designed specifically for NASCAR. As NASCAR rules stipulated, Chrysler had to offer a certain number of Superbird’s to the general public in

Cobra Jet Mustang

In 1968, Ford Motor Company produced 50 race ready Cobra Jet Mustangs, all of which were distributed to Ford dealers and drag racers. The cars, which were only legal for use on

1963 – 1967 Corvette Stingray

To American’s, it was the hottest Corvette ever built. To Chrysler and Ford, it was stiff competition. The 1963 to 1967 Corvette Stingray, the 2nd generation Corvette or C2, was the perfect