Street Racing Dig Races on the Streets of TEXAS – Turbo Mustangs, LS swapped EVERYTHING, nitrous S10, Viper and many many more heavy hitters showed up to this dig spot to battle it out! An entire night of racing by the street cars of Texas! The competitors that showed up were all in true street
The 1971 Buick GS will run on regular unleaded gasoline to accommodate the catalytic converter, with lower toxic exhaust emissions the goal. The standard factory equipment 350 is now a lower compression engine producing 55 less HP than last year. There were 89,1070 of the GS produced in ’71 and 902 of them were convertibles
Check out this bad to the bone 1967 Mustang Fastback Resto-Mod with a flaming hot 302 engine, which DYNO tested at 370 HP. Nothing but the best under the hood, this car’s a real fire breather! This is a combination of vintage stuff with today’s technology.
The Shelby GT350 was the result of a unique collaboration between the Ford Motoring Company and Carroll Shelby. Starting in 1965 in a factory in Southern California, Shelby took semi-completed Mustangs and boosted them from 271 to 306 horsepower, mated that to a close ratio transmission from his Cobra, and added heavy duty suspension parts
Just like a Mustang from the front seats forward, only wrapped in different sheet metal…
Everything about this car is amazing .. Mopar or no car!!
Chevelle, Mustang, Barracuda, Camaro, Challenger, Charger, Roadrunner, GTO….
The flathead was not the first V8 engine on the market, but when it first appeared in a 1932 Ford, it was by far the most affordable power plant in the USA. The flathead or flatty was mass produced over its twenty-one year production run, making it the engine of choice for hot rod fans
Some real beauties there!!