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Category Archive: On the Road Show

  1. 1954 Lancia Aurelia Outlaw

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    In the garage this week is the world’s first production V6 engine. It’s coupled with a sophisticated gear box and packaged inside a Lancia Aurelia modified with tasteful elegance in mind. Owner Tex Otto joins our host to give us the full run down on this beauty and it’s history. Check it out, right here.

    Source: Jay Leno’s Garage

  2. 1970 SpeedKore Charger

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    1,650-HP + 9.0-Liter V-8? Yes. What started off as a 1970 Dodge Charger has been flipped by SpeedKore Performance and the finished product is what Pro Touring dreams are made of. They call the masterpiece Tantrum and here are the specs:

    • 9.0-liter Mercury Marine racing engine
    • 1,650-HP
    • Tremec six-speed manual
    • limited-slip rear differential
    • Michelin-sourced 345-series tires

    Source: Motor Authority

    Image source: Car and Driver

  3. 1965 Shelby GT350

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    Peter Brock, Jim Marietta, and Ted Sutton are original crew members who worked at Shelby American decades ago. Now, in partnership with Shelby historian Randy Richardson, they form the Original Venice Crew. Together, they build continuation versions of original Shelby Mustangs. Their first product? A continuation version of the 1965 Ford Shelby GT350 Competition. You might recognize it by the name “Shelby GT350R.”

    The crew rolls into Jay Leno’s Garage to talk with our host about how this project came about, the work that goes on behind the scenes, and all the specs about this beautiful ride. check out the episode below, you won’t want to miss this one.

    Source: Motor AuthorityJay Leno’s Garage

  4. The Honda IndyTruck

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    We’re starting off the week with a Hoonigan special. The video and ride we’re featuring today details the process of fitting the 700-horsepower V6 engine. Check out the video below and see the engineers from Honda Performance Development (HPD) prepare the motor to start. Enjoy.

    Source: CarBuzz, Hoonigan