At the top of the tree for mine is this outstanding 1964 Buick Special - powered by a 1600hp twin turbo Nelson Racing Engines small block Chev.
For Mopar fans, we have this killer 1970 Dodge Charger 500 - powered by a 572ci, all-alloy Hemi. You can read about the motor here.
While the Nomad is the most-desirable version of the three wagon body styles that Chevrolet offered in 1957, I've always dug the practicality of the four-door longroof. This one has a new 350 small block, power steering, air conditioning and four-wheel disc brakes.
1971-73 Mach 1 Mustangs don't get as much love as the earlier models. You'd never describe them as elegant, but man they look tough! And you can probably get yourself into one for a lot less than you'd pay for a similar condition XA-XC coupe.
How cool is this '62 Chev Impala! Dubbed 'Mouse Trap' the car has a long drag racing pedigree and is powered by one of the coolest driveline combos ever offered by Chevrolet- the mighty 409 W-motor and four-speed manual.