This Mustang owner didn't expect the unexpected to happen. Is this typical for Fords? Or is this out of the ordinary?? Wait for it.
We here at RevHeads really appreciate the fine art of the muscle car. Therefore we wanted to take time out of our day to explain the top five reasons a red-blooded American man would own a muscle car. 1.) "The Rumble" - Essentially, this is just the feeling you get when the car is revved up and the exhaust blows out hot air. This may not sound all the great in explanation, but if you have ever sat in a muscle and pressed down on the accelerator while in park, your whole body can experience the feeling we are talking about. ...
We love hearing that our car is the center of attention. Knowing that those long hours modifying and refurbishing our cars was worthwhile.
Here is a list or the Top 10 Greatest Muscle Cars of All Time according to graphs.net! The list includes Muscle Cars from the late 60s and Early 70s. Some of the Muscle Cars are the Chevy Camaro, Chevelle, Pontiac Firebird, and the Dodge Charger. Some of our favorites are the: '67 Shelby Mustang GT500 '70 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda '70 Chevelle 454 SS '68 Pontiac Firebird Coupe
Some of our older cars headlight covers start yellowing over time from the outside which can cause our headlights to become less visible at night. Here is an easy DIY to Headlight Restoration using toothpaste, a toothbrush and some water. Youtuber, ChrisFix shows us that a little baking soda and toothpaste can go a long way. Enjoy!