Classic Japanese Sports Cars That Were Transformed With Badass Body Kits

Over the last five decades, Japanese carmakers have released some of the greatest sports cars made in Asia. Though they were looked down upon when they were first released, customer needs eventually changed, and they became increasingly popular among middle-class motorists. As a result, some of the oldest Japanese sports cars (especially the ones that were only released in the Japanese domestic market) have become highly valuable.

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It is well-known that Japanese sports cars can be tuned to produce ridiculous amounts of power. Though some of these cars are now classics, they are still begging to be customized to look aggressive and be fast and mean machines that can terrorize modern supercars.

9 Nissan 300ZX


Most Japanese car manufacturers are perceived as companies that produce mainly reliable and affordable vehicles, they have shown that power is

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Here’s How Much A Classic Chevrolet K5 Blazer Is Worth Today

We’re taking a deep dive into one of the most sought after classic SUVs that exist today

For a lot of reasons, trucks like the K5 Chevy Blazer can never, ever be built again. It’s all steel and iron construction, dual live rear axles, and sporting of only two doors are things that have fallen out of favor with what American manufacturers think the public wants to buy. In a way though, that only adds to the appeal of the K5, because you’re bound to never see some of its unique quirks ever again.

Happily, though, the fact these trucks were built so tough means there’s still plenty of them still out and about on American roads. Want one of these beauties from the mid to late 20th century for yourself? We think there are a few things you ought to know before you go ahead and buy one.


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10 Classic European Sports Cars That Were Transformed With Badass Body Kits

It is fair to say that European carmakers have dominated the automobile industry for over a century. Whether it is the Germans with BMW or Porsche, or the British with Aston Martin and Rolls-Royce, there is absolutely no other carmaker in the world that has the same notoriety. Though classic European cars are the pinnacle of collectible cars, some of them deserve a little extra.

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Some of the classic European sports cars have become some of the best cars to modify. Though some of these classic European cars are notoriously underpriced, it does not represent a trend. Modifying classic cars from the old continent will require a serious budget. However, it is fair to say that the result will most likely be mind-blowing.

10 1978 Porsche 911


There are tons of

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This Is The Best Classic Car To Restore

The Chevy Camaro is especially popular for its sleek design, stunning looks, speed, and power.

As interesting as a car rebuild project sounds, it is equally challenging. Restoring any car requires time, skills, patience, correct tools, and a good workshop, but classic cars even more so. They need a little extra care and attention. However, the results are totally worth it. After crossing all the Ts and dotting all the Is, finally bringing a piece of history back to life is an unforgettable experience, but it can be tricky too. The idea of a rare model restoration might give you a kick, but the initial excitement will soon fade away if you get stuck or if the required parts are scarce (or worse, unavailable). Hence, a few key factors must be considered before getting started. It is important to do your homework about the kind of tools required and the

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Here Are The Most Ridiculous Myths People Still Believe About Classic Muscle Cars

Myths have a funny way of taking hold and becoming a reality for people. In the automotive world, misconceptions are easy to come by, especially for those who are only casual car owners. This includes muscle cars, which makes sense as those have built up mythology in the car world. There are debates on where exactly they originated and how long it took for them to become the machines folks know. Some even debate precisely when the “classic” muscle era began and ended.

Some things are undeniable, such as how the best ones are V8 powerhouses and the U.S. produced some terrific machines. Yet, there remain numerous misconceptions about classic muscle cars that even some buffs can fall for. Some myths refuse to go away from technology to history despite the evidence, and these ten misbeliefs in muscle cars can still pop up today.

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This Is The Worst Classic Car To Restore

If restoring a classic car gives you thrills, turning one spanner at the Aston Martin Lagonda is enough to snap you out of the pipedream.

Restoring a classic car is no less than a pipedream, and while most of the classic cars are as happy as us when we tinker with them, some are not. Let’s just say that some of them are less forgiving. These classic cars are not only hard to work on but are also relatively less rewarding, and hard to come by. Even if you get your hands on them, you can’t find the required components in your local shops. Their spares are expensive or worse, scarce, often with months of waiting. There are quite a few classic cars like this. However, one deserves a special mention: the infamous Aston Martin Lagonda. Lagonda was a four-door full-size luxury sedan produced between 1976 to 1990. It was

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