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April 2016 Car of the Month

April 9, 2016 Rick purchased this Champagne 60′ Cadillac. It has saddle tan leather interior with bucket seats. Powered by an LS3, overdrive transmission, and fully loaded as you would expect from a Cadillac. It’s a whopping 19 feet 2 inches in length making for the perfect boulevard cruiser. It was one of the big ticket cars of the auction. You have to see it to truly appreciate it!

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March 2016 Car of the Month


Check out Rick’s ebay purchase-a 38′ Cadillac Fleetwood Resto-Mod. It has a late model Cadillac drive train. And the late model Caddy interior is modified to fit and look original. The  massive grill and hood louvers give this car a very stately look. The Caddy arrived in great shape but after using Muscle Car City’s car care products the paint shines like a diamond.


38' Cadillac

38′ Cadillac










February 2016 Car of the Month

Check out this beautiful blue 2002 GMMG COPO Camaro! It came with a 600 horsepower, C5R Corvette Race Motor. It was released only for this project from GM as a tribute to Vince Piggins and Fred Gibb who are the ‘Fathers’ of the original COPO Camaro. A total of 69 cars were produced, thirty of which had the C5R motor. Making this car even more rare is the fact it is one of only two produced with an automatic transmission. Fun Fact: The number of cars produced (69) is also a tribute to the original 69 ZL1 COPO.

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January 2016 Car of the Month

What your looking at here is a stock configuration of a Jeepster and Muscle Car City’s idea of what it should look like today! The white top is a stock height 1950 while the black top has a 396/400hp big block Chevy, overdrive transmission, dual GM power lock differentials, and 3500/10-15 wheels and tires They were build as two wheel drive beach cruisers with 4 cylinder flathead motors. They were not built as 4×4 but MCC thinks they missed the mark and built one!