Drag racing has always been a huge part of the North American car culture. This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS is a perfect embodiment of that spirit.
There were also plenty of mean street machines too, like this first generation Camaro Z/28 restomod.
As well as this 1964 Corvette Sting Ray with a GM LS3 V8 crate motor under the hood.
There were also plenty of Ford representation as well. Here is a classic first generation 1967 Mustang next to a modern day sixth generation Shelby GT350-R.
Enkei RPF1 looks great on just about every single car in the world. This foxbody Mustang is no exception. The orange NEO Motorsport big brake calipers contrasts the green paint perfectly through the wheel spokes.
In an era of “No Replacement for Displacement”, turbocharged performance cars were a rarity among American car manufacturers. Buick was one of the first domestic companies to embrace turbo power in the 80’s with the Grand National.
The British Motoring Company is undoubtedly not American, but this MGB GT “Double Agent” has a Roush 5.0L Coyote V8 with beautiful Borla individual throttle bodies.
Inspired by IMSA racecars of the 70’s, this Vega RCR sports a custom handcrafted steel widebody kit.
Pinty’s Canadian 10 and Motorama Grand Champion
Ten incredible machines made it into Pinty’s Canadian 10. Only one can be crowned as the Motorama Grand Champion. Check out the link to see who made the top ten.
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