By Fred Mason - June - 10 - 2013 - Add Comments

When you are attending a NASCAR event you can do so much more than watch the race. You can camp with your friends and barbecue the night before the race. You can visit the pits and the garages or you can hang out in the many entertaining places in the host town. The most important thing about these races is that they bring together people from across the country.

  By Fred Mason - April - 23 - 2013 - Add Comments

“The Magnificent Five” 1967 Pontiac Firebird cars were designed to please all types of drivers. From the fast Firebird 400 to the grounded OHC, Pontiac created ahead of it’s time technology an incorporated it into highly appreciated card with a smooth design

  By Fred Mason - April - 22 - 2013 - Add Comments

The 1969-1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 is one of the rarest and most appreciated Mustangs ever created. Known for its super sized 375 horsepower engine, the Boss was never a showroom hit, but it wasn’t intended to be one; Ford designed the car for the purpose of NASCAR racing.

  By Fred Mason - April - 11 - 2013 - Add Comments

With a proud golden hood-bird, the 1979 Pontiac Trans Am is a limited edition, celebrating the 10th anniversary of Trans Am. Luxurious on the inside and outside, the Firebird is the perfect combination between torque and beauty.

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