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from Etsy

Wooden toy car | engraved wooden car| personalized toy car | toy muscle car | wooden toy racecar

***Please order by Dec. 16 for delivery in time for Christmas.*** This muscle car is made from solid Missouri maple or walnut, sanded smooth, and finished with a light coat of kid-friendly, nontoxic butcher block oil. The window provides an easy-to-grab handle for little hands and the wheels spin freely. We can engrave your little ones name on this car. Just select the personalize option and enter the name exactly as it should appear in the note to seller box when you check out. If youre…

Nate King’s passion for high-octane, high-performance machinery is well reflected in both his past and present principle vocations – transmission specialist at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and working on sleek, finely tuned aircraft (respectively). His natural affinity for, and attraction to vintage styles and anachronistic motifs are often on prominent display within his carving aesthetic; his Steampunk inspired pipes would be an obvious example. These two aspects of Nate’s complicated…

from Toptenz.net

Top 10 Classic Muscle Cars

Top 10 Classic Muscle Cars~ Grab hold of that Hurst shifter and hold on tight while you earn your first case of whiplash (a broken neck), from this 'WHIPSAW' of a Chevrolet... {special order; special disability or death by muscle-speed-shifting}~~~ truth! Oh yeh; shit everywhere... 'tis awful sad ((~t~))

1955 Chrysler C-300. The new era of muscle cars for the masses. boasted a whopping 300 horsepower (more than double the Olds 88 of just six years before). This car became the new car to beat at NASCAR, grabbing records and wins with abandon.

from eBay

Rare grab bag lot of muscle car tachs tachometers cutlass chevelle buick pontiac

RARE GRAB BAG LOT OF MUSCLE CAR TACHS TACHOMETERS CUTLASS CHEVELLE BUICK PONTIAC #RAREGRABBAGLOTOFMUSCLECARTACHSTACHOMETERS

In life, we tend to do the same things everyday. Get up. Grab coffee. Get kids ready. Get spouse ready. Get in car. Sit in car. Sit in traffic. Sit in more traffic. Get to work. Sit and do work. Etc… Most of our day consists of the same movements over and over again. The same muscles get used over and over again. And some muscles hardly see the light of day. So they start to get tight. Blood flow doesn’t get to them very easily. And we develop little pains, knots, and tightness. Guess what?…

from Motor1.com

Sports, Muscle Cars Thrive at Pebble Beach Auction

The American muscle car grabbing the spotlight at the Russo & Steele Auction was the 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Sportsroof that snagged $401,500. Seen below, it’s a race-ready Mustang with a 429 cubic inch, V8 with a four-barrel carburetor that produces 375 horsepower.