Muscle Cars at CIAS

 

Muscle Cars, Hot Rods and Customs!

By Michael Schlee

 

Although CIAS is about new vehicles, some classic American Iron always seems to make its way into the show.

Photo: Michael Schlee

Photo: Michael Schlee

 

This year was no different. Besides the Classic Corvettes there were a few other unique American Muscle Cars on display.

 

Unique you ask? How about a 1967 Camaro with 20” rear rims? Or a custom 1933 Ford Cabriolet with a LS2? There were some nice stock examples of muscle cars as well like a 1968 Dodge Challenger Hemi and a pair of Shelby Mustang G.T.350s. Check out the pictures for some of the muscle cars on display.

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3 Responses to Muscle Cars at CIAS

  1. Mike says:

    Hi
    Can you tell me why that the 1936 Ford pickup truck red that was the grand champion at the Auto Show that you guys toke 1000 of pictures of but I don’t see any pictures on your web site it would be nice to see some pictures of the winner I see all the pictures of the other cars and truck the owner of 1936 Ford pickup truck was Roger Thibault from Oakville Ontario I THINK YOU GUY SHOULD HAVE A LOOK AT WHAT YOUR DOING BEFORE YOU PUT IT ON WEB SITE

  2. Michael Schlee says:

    In response to Mike:

    This was more of an overview blog that there are some classic vehicles at the autoshow, including the 1936 red pickup truck. A lot of other muscle cars from around the show did not make it online either. All the information and pictures were gathered on Wednesday February 11th, before the Cruise Nationals winner was announced on Thursday February 12th. We did have a picture of the red pickup, but it didn’t turn out. We are scouring our archives for a picture of the truck. I am not sure who took the 1000’s of pictures, but it wasn’t us.

    We apologize for not getting a picture of the vehicle online with this article.

  3. Pirsey says:

    I read your posts for a long time and must tell that your posts are always valuable to readers.

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