When we last left the American Racing Headers PriuSRT8, Farks Supercars was putting the final touches on the car.
Over the last couple of issues, we’ve taken the time to look at the chassis build on American Racing Headers’ Hellcat-powered Prius.
When we last left the American Racing Headers’ Prius, it had been completely stripped and was welded to the chassis jig at Farks Supercars.
Rather than grow frustrated with the dusty ‘78 Camaro Type LT and the state it was in, Scott decided to modify it to his liking and turn it into a bonafide Pro Tourer.
Nick couldn’t help but notice the non-stop parade of Toyota Prius’ streaming by in the HOV lanes. All of them were boring. The next thing you know, Nick had a huge, but slightly twisted inspiration, and it went like this: “Wouldn’t it be cool to jam a Hellcat motor into one of these things?”
Kuryakyn and the Sturgis Buffalo Chip revealed the third and last installment of the “Rock, Rumble & Rebellion” bike build series at the 78th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
When Joe Valenza debuted his restored “Hemi Orange” 1971 Dodge Challenger convertible in mid-February, he beat out the other 200+ cars in attendance.
Indian recently decided that bike builders without the professional identity and clout of the “Big Boys” deserve some recognition, so they created a competition they called “The Wrench,” in which they invited a number of home garage builders to submit their designs for others to vote on.
Moving from the world of muscle cars into the world of road racers is a shock for many. Lots of back-and-forth ensues regarding the right spring selection, the right amount of swaybar and how to balance front and rear stiffness to help – and, truthfully, it never ends.
I ran into Jesse Matlock at the SEMA Show, and I just had to write about the absolutely beautiful and beautifully unique 1971 Plymouth Barracuda that he put together and calls “Striker.”