Car Feature: The TorqStorm Billet Superchargers’ 1970 HEMI-Powered ‘Cuda

Building a car can serve many different purposes. Whether you're building to show, cruise, race or a combination of things, every custom vehicle is constructed and used with intention. For Chris Brooker, owner of TorqStorm Billet Superchargers, the purpose for one of his latest builds may appear simple on the surface – to showcase one of his company's products on a cool car – … [Read more...]

Goodguys 29th West Coast Nationals

  Photos and Text by Tony Huntimer So it all started back in 2001… Not Goodguys. I’m talking about when I started writing my first book. The one titled, “How to Build & Modify GM Pro-Touring Street Machines.” While writing the book, I decided it wouldn’t be complete unless I included the Camaro that forever altered my thoughts of Camaros and cars as I knew them. … [Read more...]

Goodguys 33rd All American Get-Together at Pleasanton

Had a buddy ask me if I'd tow a car down to the Goodguys show this weekend in Pleasanton. He didn't have to ask me twice, I grabbed my wife and we headed out early Saturday morning for the two hour journey to the Alameda Fairgrounds in Pleasanton. We arrived around 8 am and the place was PACKED! I was there a couple years ago and it was busy, but this year the word was out, … [Read more...]

USCA Optima Recap Day One: Autocross and Speed Stop

Saturday was the first day of competition at this years USCA Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational in Las Vegas. This year saw a brand new venue for the event, being held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Preparations had been going on all week and when Saturday arrived the weather was perfect and the activities began. At daybreak trucks and trailers started filling the … [Read more...]

V8TV Muscle Car of the Week: 1971 Hemi ‘Cuda Survivor Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kwQ4Nk0jrs The 1971 Hemi 'Cuda evolved slightly in design from 1970 with the addition of the fender "gills" and the revised 4-light nose and grille, but the good news is that the mighty 425 horse power 426 cubic-inch hemispherical headed V8 remained unchanged in power ratings for 1971. This version is wearing Tor-Red, a bright color that is … [Read more...]

First Hemi ‘Cuda Convertible Ever Built

This week, we bring you one of the pinnacle Muscle Cars ever built, for multiple reasons! You're looking at the very first 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda Convertible ever built. Rare because they only made 14 Hemi 'Cuda drop-tops in '70, cool because of the 425 HP 426 cube Hemi V8 under the hood, and even more unique because this is the … [Read more...]

70 AAR ‘Cuda Sassy Grass

This week, we're featuring a 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda AAR wearing the ultra-bright Sassy Grass Green paint color. These cars were direct descendants of the Trans Am racing program, and while they are highly sought-after today, they were not hot sellers when new. This is one of several AARs in the Brothers Collection, and we show you the … [Read more...]