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Muscle Cars Vs Sports Cars: What’s the Difference?

Author Elise  |  13th April 2021

By Owen Pham A clueless spectator describes muscle cars and sports cars similarly: a flashy, fast, impressive vehicle. But are they really the same? Not at all, they are actually very different. Or, at least, they used to be. To be honest, there are definitely similarities and significant differences. Many discussions and disagreements on this topic have animated the scene around a dinner table or campfire. Here below, ...

Ladies With Drive—Kirsten van Croonenborgh

Author Elise  |  6th April 2021

Interview conducted by Niamh Smith Ladies With Drive is back! Joining us today is Kirsten van Croonenborgh, a racer from the Netherlands with a taste for muscle cars and a pretty sweet ride of her own, a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda drag racer she named Suzy Q. We’ve looked at other badass female racing drivers like Kirsten in the past. Read on to hear about drag racing nostalgia ...

The Schitt’s Creek Car: 1977 Lincoln Continental

Author Elise  |  6th April 2021

By Hamed Paydarfar In season 3 of Netflix’s hilarious comedy show The Schitt’s Creek, Johnny Rose finally breaks down and buys the family, of all things, a 1977 Lincoln Continental. After feeling left out (as even the poorest families in Schitt’s Creek own a car) Johnny Rose in episode 3 of season 3 decides that it’s time the family “invested in a car” and buys a Lincoln ...

Everything We Know So Far About the 2022 Mustang

Author Elise  |  30th March 2021

By Hamed Paydarfar As one of the oldest automobile companies, Ford Motor Company has always surprised people with fresh ideas, astonishing upshots, and producing high-quality mechanics with captivating designs. Ford has been one of the most influential pioneers in producing all types of cars; from old classic coupes and sedans to SUVs (Sport-Utility Vehicle) and Pickup Trucks with a price range of medium to high. These are ...

Top Gear Magazine Review 2021

Author Elise  |  29th March 2021

By Niamh Smith When you think of British automotive entertainment, I’m sure your mind, like anyone else’s, goes to three idiots and a tame racing driver reviewing, driving and discussing some of the finest (and far from finest) vehicles from all over the world. This is because Top Gear has continually been one of Britain’s most-loved and well-known automotive related franchises since 1977, even despite a year-long ...

Muscle Car UK Servicing Booked Up Until June

Author Elise  |  23rd March 2021

And it’s all thanks to you! We’re delighted to say that throughout these challenging times, MCUK and Pilgrim Motorsports have been able to rely on their fantastic staff and customer base. Thanks to loyal customers and word of mouth, our factory, showroom, paint shop and restoration facilities are booked to be full, right up until June! We could not be happier or more excited to work on so ...

Chevrolet Nova Review – Classic Muscle Car Review

Author Elise  |  22nd March 2021

By Hamed Paydarfar One of the fastest new-car development programs in the history of General Motors, the Nova (also labelled as “Chevy II” and “Chevy II/Nova” in different models) was Chevrolet’s solution for an affordable compact car. It was initially intended to compete against the Ford Falcon, a competition that would last years. During its eighteen years of production, Chevy Nova went from a small affordable car ...

Chevy Bel Air Review—Classic Muscle Car Review

Author Elise  |  15th March 2021

By Owen Pham It was in the 1950s that Chevrolet released a brand new model that would be considered a classic for generations to come. The model was initially called Deluxe Styline. At first, Chevrolet had some difficulty getting traction with this model. So, in 1953, they changed the name, and Bel Air was born. It is hard to remember a car in American history as iconic ...

Why the John Wick Boss 429 is the Best Movie Mustang

Author Elise  |  8th March 2021

By Niamh Smith Throughout history, there have been many iconic cars of the silver screen. Some movie cars help define a character while other films revolve around the car itself, and in some cases, the car is a character. From Tom Cruise to James Bond and Steve McQueen, from Tokyo to Las Vegas, from Ford Mustang GT Fastbacks to Plymouth Furys and Dodge Chargers, many muscle ...

Fast Car Magazine Review 2021

Author Elise  |  5th March 2021

By Niamh Smith A quick visit to Fast Car Magazine’s website shows their logo, emblazoned in red, with the tagline ‘defining car culture’. While we sit at home, waiting for lockdown to be lifted, a trawl through Fast Car’s website reveals everything that we’re missing about the UK’s modified car scene; right now we’d even be desperate to see a few Corsas popping and banging in ...

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