Ross Saunders bought an old Mustang for parts, but later realized it was an original Shelby Mustang GT350!
Cars like the Cyclone Spoiler II were designed to put some pep into Mercury’s high-performance image in the muscle car era.
Here at RacingJunk, we’re so excited about the holiday season that we’re celebrating by looking back at some of our featured builds with the “Twelve Cars of Christmas.”
When Keith Kehoe purchased his fastback in 2005, it was anything but the paragon of speed.
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?”
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.