Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Today we’re taking time out to celebrate our dads and all they’ve done for us. Teaching us how to ride a bike, sitting us down to talk about the birds and the bees, and giving us a good lesson on how to use a wrench.
If you and your dad love fixing up modern or classic cars, you might want to take a look at these five options for your next father/son project:
It’s one thing to wrench a car then take it out on the open road. It’s another to get it out on the track and show everyone else how bad ass your father/son creation could be. The Caterham 7 might be that perfect track toy for you and dad.
Fox Body Mustang
Mustang Fox Body
Sure, you can go out and buy a brand new 2015 Mustang. Or, you can pick up a dusty old Fox Body, take it to the garage, and shove as much power as you want in it.
It may not be the manliest of manly cars, but the old-school Miatas are some of the most fun-driving, easy to work on cars around. Perfect for a track day, or just some open-top fun on the highway.
List Ford Bronco
Maybe something riding high is more your style. Like Mustangs, the old Broncos are great fun to work on with you and dad. And if you do it right, they come out looking pretty clean, too.
Any Old Chevy
Really, anything with a Chevy badge and a V8 should be the perfect formula for some father-son bonding time. Chevelle, Corvette, El Camino— you name it.