"If the car makes it in the magazine," says Wes Joyner, "my 5-year-old son, Hayden, wants to take it to show-and-tell at school." In that case, Wes, make sure you take plenty of Popular Hot Rodding subscription cards with you, and make sure you've got a real smooth story about why your wife isn't the gal in the picture! Wes says he's loved muscle cars since he was old enough to get into a Super Chevy Show for free, and he's 31 years old now. Wes says cars are a family affair; he and his two kids love to head out to shows put on by his local car club-the American Muscle Car Club. He usually meets his parents while he's there (they have a '67 Nova), and son Hayden loves to remind him that grandpa's car is, indeed, still faster. No problem there, Wes, we've got plenty of PHR advertisers who can help in that department!

1968 CAMARO
Car Owner: Wes Joyner; Horn Lake, MS
Photographer: James Berryhill; Horn Lake, MS
Camera: Sony W70
Model: Torie Dunn
Photo location: Horn Lake, MS
Engine: 327ci small-block
Cylinder heads: factory
Camshaft: factory
Intake: factory
Carb/induction: factory
Transmission: Powerglide automatic
Rearend model & gearing: factory
Suspension/brakes: factory
Peak hp: n/a
Best ¼-mile time: n/a
Years owned: 3 years
Cost to build: n/a

Tired of reading about Kregg Reynolds' stable of second-gen F-bodies yet? We didn't think so, especially since Kregg went to the trouble of finding the beautiful Samantha Llewellyn to pose with his '72 Camaro RS/SS. When you're finished admiring the subtle purple SS stripes and ghost flames, do yourself a favor and check out Samantha before you turn the page. Kregg picked up this '72 from a friend who had taken it apart to rebuild, but lost interest in it. Kregg was looking for another project about five years ago, and picked it up for a song. (He's since put plenty into it, though.) And before we forget, all the rear-wheel hp dyno numbers Kregg has quoted on his cars come from the Dynojet chassis dyno at Motorsports Performance in Frederick, Maryland.

1972 CAMARO RS/SS
Car Owner: Kregg Reynolds; Knoxville, MD
Photographer: Kregg Reynolds
Camera: Minolta 8000
Model: Samantha Llewellyn
Photo location: Klassic Auto Repair
Engine: 383ci small-block Chevy
Cylinder heads: World Products
  aluminum Sportsman II
Camshaft: COMP Cams mechanical roller,
  .630-ich lift, 284 degrees duration
Intake: Edelbrock Air-Gap
Carb/induction: Barry Grant 750 Demon
Transmission: Turbo 350 with 3,500-stall converter
Rearend model & gearing: GM 12-bolt, 4:11 gears
Suspension/brakes: factory
Peak hp: 450 hp
Best ¼-mile time: n/a
Years owned: 5
Cost to build: $20,000