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1969 ZL1 CAMARO

1969 ZL1 CAMARO

The story of the ZL1 Camaro, fitted with that rarest of the rare, all-aluminum 427 big-block V-8, is one that has often been told: How only 69 were made, how they exploited the GM option-ordering system, and how they've become the Camaro guy's ultimate Camaro.

1970 BOSS 429 MUSTANG

1970 BOSS 429 MUSTANG

The Boss 429 was dropped into a Ford Torino and a Mercury Cyclone and readied for NASCAR racing. The new engine propelled the two cars to a record 10 victories out of 11 appearances. The Boss 429 also dominated short tracks, winning seven out of nine races.

1988 ROUSH

1988 ROUSH

Given its close involvement with Ford's performance and racing programs since the late '70s, Roush Engineering seemed a logical choice in helping create that counter in the shape of a "super Mustang" under a specified "Performance Leader" program.

1991 CALLAWAY TWIN-TURBO

1991 CALLAWAY TWIN-TURBO

Reeves Callaway began his quest to build the ultimate performance car in a small garage at his home in Old Lyme, Connecticut. After building a turbo BMW 3 Series, he continued to develop other products. His big break came with building a twin-turbo GTV6 Alfa Romeo.

1995 CORVETTE ZR-1

1995 CORVETTE ZR-1

The ZR-1's production run from 1990-95 was one of the most exciting times for Corvette enthusiasts in recent memory. In the mid-1980s, rumors of a "King of the Hill" Corvette began to leak out of Detroit and into America's speed shops and dealerships.

2005 GTX1

2005 GTX1

Through the SEMA Technology Initiative, Ford was able to collaborate with several of those companies to produce a low-volume niche vehicle. Ewing had the design, SEMA had the suppliers and soon, the GTX1 was born.

Volo Auto Museum

Volo Auto Museum

When you pull into the parking lot at the Volo Auto Museum things are a little deceiving. Sure it is a normal parking lot with a few buildings scattered around, but what you can't see is the sheer scale of the operation that surrounds you. This is one situation that you truly cannot judge a book by its cover.

Lights! Cameras! Cars!

Lights! Cameras! Cars!

One thing that the crew at Volo Auto Museum understands is that context is everything. They have gone the extra mile to display each movie car with memorabilia and signage that brings the scene to life. The museum features actual movie props such as Tom Cruise's racing seat from Days Of Thunder.

Roll Call!

Roll Call!

Volo Auto Museum Brings Military History To Life! The Military Experience at Volo Auto Museum begins with a walk through some very special machines. As you continue through the rows of military machines, you come to the Military Experience itself.

One Of The Family

One Of The Family

The buying experience is what makes Volo Auto Museum truly special. But the story doesn't stop there. Volo Auto Museum also consigns cars for outside sellers, in some cases for free if the car is exceptional.

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