Drive It Like You Stole It and Feel the MOPAR Magic with Our Soundtrack Comin’ in Clutch – A modern playlist evoking gangsters, stock car racers, and classic car lovers. Swaggering, rebellious independence works for both rock ‘n roll and fast cars. We wrote about music and muscle cars and their shared rough and tumble, rebellious spirit. We’ve come to the conclusion this is a lot like the attitudes people have about racing any kind of car, not just the ones loaded with muscle. Turns out, this swaggering, rebellious attitude started decades before Muscle Cars came on the market. It started way back with the bootleg moonshine drivers. The Roaring 20s were known for a lot of things. Outrageous parties, good music, fast cars, outlaws smuggling hooch, the lot of it. Needless to say, the romance and swagger went hand in hand. We like to think our playlist does a pretty good job of the same. Catch me if you can… Every driving aficionado has at least some degree of a need for speed within them. Feeling the power of an engine rumbling through ones feet on the floor is an irreplaceable magic. We’ve sought to preserve this driving magic with a playlist for all to enjoy. Inspired by our friends at Graveyard Carz and their undying passion for all things MOPAR, it’s a soundtrack meant for being on the road, and behind the wheel. Classic rock meets new voices, and old legends give way to up-and-comers. Full of rebellion,… Read more »
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Bet you didn’t know there were so many artists out there taking the old classic rock sound you love and putting a new spin on it. Lucky we’re here! If you’ve got a Muscle Car, Street Rod, or maybe an El Camino, you’re in for a treat. (Treat still enjoyable even if you’re driving something not so exotic – we promise). America is home to a driving culture unlike any other. Wide open spaces, and more miles of road than you could shake a stick at. Unlike most other countries, our borders are distinctly different, and far, far apart. With this comes an impressive variety in cars, races, shows, and driving environments. Muscle Cars are a special breed; and both the Hot Rods that came before them, and the Street Rods that followed, have a long and rich history. A lot changes over the years. Paint jobs, what kind of engine you’re allowed to put in a car, speed limits, the amount of grease in your hair, and how beat up your leather is. Music changes, too. The old lays the foundation, and the younger generations appreciate what came before, learn from it, and create a new kind of art entirely their own. That’s what the beauty of this playlist is to us. Much like how an old Ford Model-T can be swanky and faster than lightning with the right modifications, new life can be breathed into old music: Car lovers form a friendly community bonded by their love of… Read more »
Try out this epic playlist and see how it compares to the glory days of old. We created it with our friends at Graveyard Carz, the only MOPAR show on television. Like us, they enjoy driving with the top down and the music loud! via GIPHY Muscle Cars are America’s gift to the automotive world. Europe makes elegant, famously fast vehicles, and America found its own way to make a mark in typical fashion. Loud, fast, mildly aggressive, and oozing sex appeal – the late 1960s gave the first taste of muscle. These magnetic vehicles gave their driver a sense of swaggering independence like no other. The 1960s were a time of emotional, social, and political turmoil. It was only natural this was reflected in pop culture. The 1950s encouraged the rise of Rock & Roll, and the lifestyle that accompanied this. Rock & Roll was an undeniably American art-form. A fusion of roots-country, old jazz, rhythm & blues, and a little taste of the new generation – Rock & Roll was loud. It was messy. It was fierce, rough and tumble, and it was not backing down. Sound familiar? A fast car goes a long way… but half of the experience is the soundtrack backing up that cruise. We’ve curated 20 songs that provide a contemporary take on the classic MOPAR driving sound. Not all of the lyrics are car-related, but we promise they sound so good you won’t mind the change of pace. Muscle Car Romance… Small body,… Read more »
“How much does it cost to ship a car” is probably the first question people have when it comes to the auto transport industry.
After “how much does it cost to ship a car,” “how long does it take to ship a car” is probably the most asked question by people when they book their car delivery order with J&S. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the auto transport industry, definitive pickup and delivery dates are nearly impossible to pin down. And any auto hauler who says they can guarantee specific dates for the pickup and delivery of your vehicle are selling you a line just to get your business. At J&S, we don’t do that. We’ll tell you up front what our capabilities are so you know what’s going on with your auto transport order. Get Instant Quote Calculate your shipping cost How long does it take to ship a car? There are some things that affect how long it takes to ship a car even though we can’t give you exact dates for pickup and delivery of your vehicle. Distance: How long is the transport? The longer the transport, the longer the transit, the longer it takes. That’s pretty straight forward. For the most part, shorter transports take less time to deliver your vehicle than longer ones. Once your vehicle is picked up, a transport of a few hundred miles may take a few days, while transporting it thousands of miles may take a week or two. Location: Where you’re shipping your vehicle from and to. If you’re in or near a metropolitan area, it’ll be easier for auto transport companies to… Read more »
Choosing an interstate car transport service can seem like a difficult task, but it doesn’t have to be. If you do a little homework and research, the process of finding an auto hauling company worthy of your trust is suddenly a much simpler and stress free task. Ask yourself, “What am I looking for in an car haulers to move my car?” Here are some things to consider: Get Instant Quote Calculate your shipping cost 1. Is this a car shipping company or a broker? Whether you are a dealership looking to transport a fleet of vehicles or a private customer moving a single car, an auto hauler needs to be a reputable operator and cater to your needs. Is the company an auto transport company or a broker? Will they deliver your car themselves or pawn it off on another company, leaving you to try to figure out where your car is and who do you contact if you have any questions or if problems arise? Look for testimonials from customers on the company’s website. These are always a good indication that the company is trustworthy. 2. Compare interstate car transport companies It is a good idea to shop around and not necessarily go with the first thing you find when looking to purchase any product or service. This includes choosing a car transport service. Customer service, reliability, and a good safety record matters. When you call, are you talking with a person knowledgeable about the auto shipping business… Read more »
There are a number of reasons why a person would want or need auto shippers to move a car. Some include buying a car online from a dealer or person in another state, moving for a job, relocating, or sending a child off to college, et al. Get Instant Quote Calculate your shipping cost Auto haulers or auto transport brokers? Why use a car transporter instead of driving it yourself? It can save you time and money. It can save wear and tear on your vehicle. It can save you from the tedium and frustration of a long-distance road trip. Whatever your reason why you need to ship your car, you may be best served by using a reputable auto transport company as opposed to and auto transport broker. Why use a transporter instead of broker? Costumer Service: When you transport your car with a reputable car transport service, you are a person, not just a piece of freight. You will be able to talk to a person who has experience in the auto shipping industry. Often, when you call an auto transport broker you will be speaking to a person in a telemarketing call center. Communication: When you book with an independent auto hauling company, you will be able to deal with the same company and often the same person from the beginning to the end of your interstate car transport experience. If you go through a broker, they will farm out your order to a sub-contractor whom you… Read more »
How to ship a car to another state More and more people are looking for and buying their next vehicle online these days. Often, the purchaser and seller are quite a distance away and more often than not are in completely different states. So, you may want to know how to ship a car to another state. Well, you’ve come to the right place! There are many times when you might have to ship a car to another state. Maybe you’ve purchased a car online from a private party or a dealership in another state, or perhaps you’re relocating for a new job. Maybe you want to send a car to a relative, or your kid is heading off to college out of state. Whatever the reason, you may need to book an interstate car transport order. Here are a couple suggestions to help you find an auto transport company to ship a car to another state Do your research There are tons of car delivery services out there, and finding a good auto hauler can be an undertaking. Our suggestions is to look up third party review sites like transportrankings.com, or look up what their customers have said about them on Google. See what they are rated by the Better Business Bureau. Also, check out the FMCSA for their safety rating. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration maintains a hotline for consumers to check on a shipper’s license and insurance record as well as whether any complaints have been… Read more »
There’s no need for booking auto transport nationwide to be a painful process. Most people don’t have a lot of experience working with the auto transport industry, and it can be a little intimidating. A car is a valuable asset and booking a car transport order isn’t cheap. Plus, you’ll want your vehicle to be delivered quickly, safely, and damage-free. So when you book your order, you want to be confident you’ve made the best choice possible. Get Instant Quote Calculate your shipping cost Hassle Free Auto Transport Nationwide Your first step is to get interstate car transport quotes from a variety of auto transport companies. Get quotes from brokers and car transporters so you’ll have an idea of how much it costs to ship a car. Next decide which type of car delivery service is best for you; a broker or a car carrier. Basically, a broker will assign your vehicle to a sub-contract carrier, while a transporter will most likely transport your car on their own trucks. Your best bet is to do some research on the companies you are most interested in. See what other customer have to say regarding the service they received on review sites like transportrankings.com, transportreviews.com, reviewcentre.com, or on the company’s own site if they feature customer testimonials. You should also check in with the Better Business Bureau to see how they rate the companies. Good customer reviews and a good rating by the BBB generally mean it’s a dependable auto shipper with… Read more »
Graveyard Carz is an automotive show focusing on restoring Chrysler muscle cars. Not only are the cars wrecked, they are beyond repair. Broadcast on the Velocity Channel, Graveyard Carz is one of if not the most popular shows on the network, and has fans across the country, and J&S’s drivers are no exception! Our driver Ben Rodriquez is a huge fan of Graveyard Carz, and when he dropped off a 1971 Dodge Challenger in desperate need of restoration, he got the chance to check out the repair shop and meet some of the crew, including Dave Rea and the man, Mark Worman, the driving passion behind Graveyard Carz, himself! Mark and his team of auto restoration experts specialize in MOPAR cars that have seen better days. They scour the country for classics in desperate need of resurrection! The cars Mark and his crew work on are found far and wide throughout the US and can’t be driven to their shop in Oregon. How do they get the cars delivered to their shop? We’ve been lucky enough to transport a few cars for Mark Worman and the crew, and we’re delivering a few for the 7th season, which is set to premiere in March. We’re looking forward to seeing a few of the cars we transported for them restored! Check your local listings to see the day and time Graveyard Carz comes back! Official webpage: http://www.graveyardcarz.com/ Official Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/graveyardcarz/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/graveyardcarz Mark Worman’s Twitter: @GYC_Mark Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/graveyard_carz Velocity: http://www.velocity.com/tv-shows/graveyard-carz/