The O’Reilly Auto Parts Street machine and Muscle Car Nationals announced by Lucas Oil was held at the Pomona Fairplex ,California two weeks ago!
This amazing show contained some of the best Hot Rods & customs Southern California offering dyno challenges ,autocrosses, & a vendor’s midway.
To be honest we were more interested in newly built cars so here’s our Top 10 pick of the coolest cars taken from the 2014 O’Reilly Auto Parts Street Machine & Muscle Car Nationals.

This goddess sitting on a roadster shop chassis is a ’70 Chevelle ,powered by an LS3 and owned by the Marquez family.
Its designed ,painted and built by American Muscle Cars INC



This badass ’66 Nova is owned by Dave Carder of Huntington Beach,California.This is an amazing car and it has a 383 cubic inch stroker that is capable to produce 716 horses to the flywheel & 647 ft-lbs of torque.
Dave tore the car down to the chassis & replaced the front clip with a TCI Mustang II-style bolt-in clip, and a Chris Alston ladder bar and Ford 9 inch out back.



Mike Cavanah is the owner of this ’66 Chevelle.Built from Timeless Customs ,this car is powered by a LS3 with a forged crank and fitted with an LS9 supercharger and it rides on 19-inch Boze Forged Mesh 3 piece wheels.This Chevelle looks great thanks to precise and perfect body mods!


4Can you believe that this car is built in a garage and is almost a hand-built?!
Kevin Despain own this ’50 Studebaker and built it in his own garage with his friends team.
This car is capable to produce 425 HorsePower & backed by a 700r transmission.He built the control arms and most of the rear suspension.This unique car has an aluminum driveshaft and Ford 9-inch in the back


Yes,this car does have a Hemi in it ,and is a late model Hemi that was stroked to 426 cubic inch and is responsible for powering this ’70 Charger!
Inside this Charger you have the luxury of the all electronic goodies such as the ability to switch between manual & automatic gears & a fully analogue dash. The stacks on top are TWM Electronic Fuel Injection to mimic early mechanical fuel injection and the system runs on a fast EFI computer.



This is the famous ’55 Chevy built by Ronald Corradini, and is powered by a 572 big block that has a Hilborn Stealth EFI that hides all of the plumbing under the scoop sitting on top of the blower.In this photo ,the car sits on an Art Morrison Chassis



This one is cool and probably it was the cleanest and well built at the show. This spectacular Tri-five Chevy was built by John lynch of Camarillo, California, and he actually owns and drive it! This car is powered by a blown 392 Hemi and here its beautifully sitting on a Jim Myers Gasser chassis !


This ‘black mamba’ ’68 Mustang is owned by Scott Taylor.Its pretty much the same with an Eleanor style body kit so that’s why this car is heavily modified.
It has an aluminum 427 that is bored and stroked to 490 cubic inch ,capable to produce 705 horsepower on the lower nitrous setting.The paint job its awesome as well .Covered with a PPG black and candy apple red over the silver metal flake


Three people called Terry ,Zach and Anne Hansen own this beast ’70 Camaro RS/SS which is powered by an LS3 engine that produces 620 HorsePower & backed by a 4L65E transmission.
Up front is a Detroit Speed & Engineering complete front suspension with tubular control arms, while out back is a Moser 9-inch with 3.70 final gears. Baer six-piston 14-inch brakes bring the Chevy to a stop.


Named ‘Hellboy’ this 1967 C-10 truck is built and owned by Rob Macgregor.
This cool truck is powered by an LS motor and it has a complete tubular chassis built in house & wide-five NASCAR hubs!
Under the hood stays an engine that produces 400 mad horses !


Hope you enjoyed this gallery !

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