Monthly Archives: June 2013

1986 Shelby Dodge Omni GLH-S

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1986 Dodge Omni GLHS Shelby

Welcome to the latest edition of Muscle Car Showcase. If muscle cars are your passion, you’ll want to check us out. We look at rare, limited edition, and even a few oddballs that have significance in the muscle car world. We throw out the rule book and check out cars that you’ve probably never heard about or even seen on the streets. We enjoy what we do and hope you like reading our articles and stories. We’re here to have a good time and enjoy the ride. Let’s turn the clock back to 1986 and look into one of the collaborations between Dodge and Carroll Shelby toward the end of the Malaise Era.

This edition of the Muscle Car Showcase highlights the 1986 Shelby Dodge Omni GLH-S. In 1986, Carroll Shelby and Dodge conceived one of the most peculiar muscle cars to come out of the 1980s. Dubbed the GLH-S, this small sedan could outperform just about anything that called itself a muscle car in 1986. Ferrari…Porsche…BMW…forget about ‘em. This compact beast could go toe-to-toe with them any day of the week. Read the rest of this entry

1997 Chevrolet Camaro 30th Anniversary SS LT4

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1997 Chevrolet Camaro LT4 Main

Welcome to the latest edition of Muscle Car Showcase. If muscle cars are your passion, you’ll feel right at home here. We look at rare, limited edition, and even a few anomalies that have significance in the muscle car world. Here, we like to throw out the rule book, enjoy ourselves, and try to learn something new along the way. We’re here to have a good time and enjoy the ride. Let’s take a look back to 1997 and explore what is surely to become a muscle car classic at some point down the road. While you’re at it, grab something to drink, chill out for a while, and enjoy our latest article.

This edition of the Muscle Car Showcase highlights the 1997 Chevrolet Camaro 30th Anniversary LT4. In 1997, Chevrolet celebrated the Camaro’s 30th birthday by launching the 30th Anniversary Camaro. The package included Artic White paint, dual orange stripes across the hood and rear deck, and sported white 5-spoke wheels. Available in Z28 and SS trim, the car was a throwback to the 1969 Indianapolis 500 Pace Car. Read the rest of this entry