A Visit to the American Muscle Car Museum
Jul17

A Visit to the American Muscle Car Museum

Contributed by Russ Muller Photography Sometimes, life just throws cool moments at you.  Thanks to either an odd coincidence or divine intervention, I had the opportunity to get a private tour of the American Muscle Car Museum in Melbourne, FL.  This collection is not open to the general public, but it does open for select non-profit fundraising events and educational events for school-age kids.  More on the museum shortly… When I...

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Dade City’s Special Cruisers
May31

Dade City’s Special Cruisers

Contributed by Ed Sindoni Classic cars (and soon-to-be classics), hot rods and antiques gathered at downtown Dade City for the monthly show surrounding the historic courthouse.  At these shows, one expects to find interesting and appealing vehicles, but the owners are just as interesting.  Why do they own that particular collectible?  Usually, it’s a connection to the past, but sometimes, “opportunity knocks”. One such owner of a ’66...

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Better Off Dead: A Camaro Story…
Apr18

Better Off Dead: A Camaro Story…

Contributed by Russ Muller Photography Owner Don Musica, Winter Springs Published in Eckler's Chevy Classics Magazine There’s only a handful of movie cars that are instantly recognizable to most people; Burt Reynold’s black Smokey and the Bandit Trans Am, John Milner’s ’32 Deuce Coupe from American Graffiti, Steve McQueen’s Bullitt Mustang. But there’s a famous Camaro out there too, albeit not quite as instantly recognized. If you...

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How My Craziness Started
Aug05

How My Craziness Started

Contributed and owned by Tara Bush, Longwood In 1984, just before my 16th birthday, my Father offered me a Horizon as my first car.  Not much of a car guy but wanted something dependable and cheap for his little girl.  The guys in the neighborhood had cool cars and I wanted one too, plus I lived down the street from the drag strip.  So I chose option two; decline Dad's dependable car and got Mom approved 1967 Chevy II Nova wannabe...

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Vive la Différence!  Rare 1967 Acadian Canso SD
May10

Vive la Différence! Rare 1967 Acadian Canso SD

Contributed and owned by Tara Bush, Longwood Photos by Russ Muller Photography Published in Eckler's Chevy Classics Magazine By the age of 18, I owned three Chevy II Novas; a daily driver, a weekend show car and a wannabe race car. I still own the black show car after 28 years, and it’s best known locally as one of the few six-cylinders left in existence. Those early years started me on a lifelong passion for classic and musclecars. I...

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1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR Video
Apr07

1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR Video

Contributed and owned by Tara Bush, Longwood – Video by Jared DiBartolo – Still photo by Kevin Shull Here's another great American muscle car video from ThrowBack Garage, highlighting Florida car enthusiasts who drive and show their cars. Instagram users click HERE to follow You Tube users click HERE to...

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1967 Shelby GT500 Video
Mar25

1967 Shelby GT500 Video

Contributed and owned by Tara Bush, Longwood – Video by Jared DiBartolo – Still photo by Russ Muller I have a young friend who loves old cars, not influenced by his parents or friends.  He started attending local shows with his Mom's modern Mustang around driving age, then was blessed with a new Challenger RT upon graduation.  He's a college student now studying marketing, advertising and such, with a focus towards the...

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