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?”
It doesn’t occur to most people that one of the lightest economy cars in existence should be made into anything but a grocery getter.
It’s an uncommon swap. Not only is this Grand National’s motor both supercharged and turbocharged, the original V6 has been scrapped entirely.
Jim Sweener’s 1988 Ford Mustang GT is one of the cleanest examples of a fox-body Mustang in the area, and is a joy to drive and show.
This is a top predator on the foodchain, equipped with the power, agility and aesthetics of a greyhound with steel skin. It’s a 1965 Ford Daytona.
Greg Stelse’s racing car is called “The Joker.” Today, the two-tone green ’57 Pontiac Star Chief two-door hardtop is usually on display inside his new business, Greg’s Speed Shop LLC. But the project that involved turning the “Poncho” into a nostalgic drag racer actually got off to a dismal start.
The magnificent March car in RacingJunk’s 2018 calendar belongs to Billy Kirpens. It’s a 1967 Plymouth Barracuda.
When Enrique first grabbed this Nova, he couldn’t quite believe his eyes.