Spend enough time around men and you’ll soon realize one thing. Men love cars. They are constantly cleaning, waxing and modifying these adored machines.
A few years ago, I spent some time exploring the city to get some amazing pictures of the cars that men love. What I found out was that men love classic muscles cars more than regular cars.
Maybe it makes them feel more masculine as the sound of the motor rumbles through the exhaust. Or it could be the sound of the tires squealing as they turn from the massive horsepower caused from the motor.
Then again, these classics muscle cars look mean and fast, even when they aren’t tearing up the road. Take a peek down below and ENJOY.
Chevy Stingray Corvette
This isn’t a classic muscle car, but it’s still one of my favorites. Based upon the old classic Stingray Corvette, this is a newer more powerful version. I completely love the sleek long lines of this car with a huge front that houses a massive 500 hp engine.
Check out the size of that bad boy and you’ll understand what true power is. When the guy at the shop started it up, the rumble caused goosebumps to roll down my spine.
I’m a huge fan of the interior. Not only does it look plush and expensive, its also a reminder that this car is still fast.
Don’t let the subtle looking wheels fool you. When these baby’s get spinning, they will pin you back in your seat.
The day I saw this 1955 Chevy, my chin literally dropped down to the pavement. This Chevy was absolutely gorgeous and looked like it just rolled off the assembly line. As I walked a round this car and inspected it, there was not one ripple in the paint.
Look at the beautiful, flawless paint job on this beauty. Whoever restored this car knew exactly what they were doing.
As I was walking towards the back end to take pictures, the owner showed up. After a brief discussion, I found out that he did all the restoration work himself on this awesome classic car.
Classic Car Unrestored At body shop
A buddy of mine who owns a body shop has this unrestored classic car sitting in his repair shop. I wish I could remember what the name of it is. From what he told me, when these cars are completely restored they are incredibly stunning.
Fortunately I was able to find one that was restored, and I have to agree that he was right.
If anybody knows what the name of this classic car is, please tell me in the comments section below.
As you can probably tell by now, I’m not a classic car expert. From what I can tell, this car is before 1957 because it doesn’t have the huge fins on the back. If I’m wrong please correct me in the comments section below.
1976 Rolls Royce
This was another accidental discovery. The condition of this Rolls Royce is completely breathtaking. I can just picture myself sitting in the back of this car, yelling up to the front, take me to the golf course. Of course there’s just one problem, I don’t have a clue as to how to play golf.
White Classic Car
Here’s another classic car that I don’t know the name of, but I Still found it interesting enough to take a picture of, and share with you. If anybody knows what this cars name is, tell me in the comments section below.
It’s red and says Cadillac, so I assume that’s what it is. Again, I have no idea as to what year or model this is. You probably see a pattern here, but I did warn you that I’m no classic car expert. Maybe you can help me out on this one in the comments section below also.
Thanks for taking the time to enjoy these amazing classic cars with me.