This classic muscle car–hidden away for nearly three decades–is a well-preserved piece of high-horsepower history.
Growing up in Detroit in the ’60s and ’70s was quite a treat for those who were lucky enough to be part of it. Sure, every gearhead likes to reminisce about the glory days of horsepower, but many of the stories that are told nowadays are second or third hand at best. Summer nights in the city had the normal sounds and smells like any big city would, but to live in Detroit
near fabled roads like Telegraph, Woodward, and Gratiot had its own unique sensory experiences.
You see, living in the Motor City back then with the Big 3 having their headquarters, engineering centers, and manufacturing sites located around the Detroit area, you were bound to see, hear, and feel….Read more below…