This next car comes as a tip from JB1025 who writes: Look’s pretty dang good clean 428 Poncho Land Cruiser nice color combo. I have to agree with JB’s sentiments and the reason this 428 V8 equipped beast is cheap is because it has 4-doors, but that makes it very family friendly and ready to be your semi-daily driver. Find this 1969 Pontiac Bonneville 4-Door offered for $6000 in Edmonds, WA via craigslist.
The 6th generation Mercury Monterey was built on the Ford Galaxy platform and sold from 1965-1968 as a sedan, convertible and fastback. All came from the factory with FE-series big block V8s, but the really cool ones had the hot 428 mated to a 4-speed manual box. Find this 1967 Mercury Monterey Convertible offered for $25,500 […]
Big blocks stuck inside of small cars are the stuff of automotive legend. We can’t forget, however, that these same engines could be found in slightly porkier models, as well. And while the lightweight coupes and ponies we call muscle cars were fast, most can be bested by your neighbor’s Maxima in every performance measure. […]
The Ford Custom was a no-frills full sized automobile sold mostly for fleet use, Taxis, Police et cetera. In 1967 the Custom shared the full sized platform with the Galaxie and was one of a few Fords available with the gigantic 428 cubic inch FE V8. This 1967 Ford Custom 2-door was originally a Police […]
The Ford Galaxie was a full sized sedan from Detroit – and by 1967 could be powered by the 428 big-block V8. It won’t turn or stop well, but it will do impressive burnouts and looks great with a drop top. Find this 1967 Ford Galaxie Convertible with 428 CJ and 4-spd manual in Palm […]