There is nothing like the earth-shaking rumble of a good old American Muscle Car. With origins in the 1950s, some feel that the Golden Age of the American Muscle Car was the ‘60s and ‘70s. Who are we to argue?
Below are a few fine examples of Muscle Cars we’ve had the pleasure to know. From ’63 Corvettes and ’67 Mustangs to ’68 Barracudas and ’71 Challengers, each has been restored and improved with modern products designed and manufactured by Bergman Auto Craft.
Whether you have a passion for classic car restoration, love car racing, or just can’t get enough of the look, feel and sounds of muscle era vehicles, there is something below for all car enthusiasts. Our advice to you:
Crank up the volume and… Enjoy!
1963 Corvette, 1967 Chevelle & 1969 Camaro – Bergmen Autocraft
1971 Challenger. 6.1 Hemi, 4bbl, Tremec, Dana 60. Open headers.
1976 Corvette mechanical restoration
1967 Mustang Restoration – Part 2
1968 Barracuda Start Up
1969 Camaro Zz4 short, Hyd roller, ported 113 heads
1970 ‘Cuda Restoration
Dart GT Stroker small block.
NJMP Lighting Course
Fury Cold Start – Drive Away
1970 Superbird 440 6-pack
Brett’s 1968 Cuda 1st Ride
All alum gen 3 6.1 SC HEMI with Apache heads and a KB blower
First time at Lime Rock in the Dart on Michelin Pilot Super Sports
1969 Camaro ZZ4 short w/Hyd roller
7.0L Gen III aluminum block supercharged on the dyno.