’68 Cyclone Powered by Roush-Yates

Click Here to Begin Slideshow There are a few ways to go retrofitting a muscle car for the demands of the modern road course. You can buy a junker, empty your wallet, go into debt and restore it with a slew of gleaming new goodies from the hottest resto shop. Or, if you’re wiser, connected and well-funded, you can go ahead and grab a Roush Fenway RK200 Road Course Chassis and layer your bodywork of choice on top of it. That’s one way to go. There’s a bit of inspiration in the form of a classic Cyclone stock car poster hanging on Kyle’s garage wall, and with a few phone calls to the appropriate people, he found an ideal skin donor within a few days. You can read the rest of Kyle's Cyclone-building story on Hot Rod Hotline!

'68 Cyclone Powered by Roush-Yates

Click Here to Begin Slideshow

There are a few ways to go retrofitting a muscle car for the demands of the modern road course. You can buy a junker, empty your wallet, go into debt and restore it with a slew of gleaming new goodies from the hottest resto shop. Or, if you’re wiser, connected and well-funded, you can go ahead and grab a Roush Fenway RK200 Road Course Chassis and layer your bodywork of choice on top of it. That’s one way to go.

There’s a bit of inspiration in the form of a classic Cyclone stock car poster hanging on Kyle’s garage wall, and with a few phone calls to the appropriate people, he found an ideal skin donor within a few days.

You can read the rest of Kyle's Cyclone-building story on Hot Rod Hotline!

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Tommy Parry has been racing and writing about racing cars for the past seven years. As an automotive enthusiast from a young age, Tommy worked jobs revolving around cars throughout high school and tried his hand on the race track on his twentieth birthday. After winning his first outdoor kart race, he began working as an apprentice mechanic to amateur racers in the Bay Area to sharpen his mechanical understanding. He has worked as a trackday instructor and automotive writer since 2012 and continues to race karts, formula cars, sedans and rally cars in the San Francisco region.

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