Modified Mustangs are always a fan favorite at the annual SEMA Show. Typically, most focus on the latest generation of the ‘Stang. Others stick with the classics, like the “Vicious,” a 1965 Mustang that has been entirely reworked, and now houses a multitude of awesome features and modifications.
The Kustoms crew hooked this oldie-but-goodie up with a 5.1-liter V8 from Ford Performance, but added boost. A lot of it. There’s a pair of Precision turbochargers found on each bank, while on the intake side there’s a Magnuson TVS supercharger. With these things, (plus more) upgraded, the result is a figure over 1,000 horsepower (you can imagine the sound of that MagnaFlow exhaust). All of this, plus a custom roof and modified bodywork, is set ontop of a custom Art Morrison chassis that utilizes Corvette-based Ridetech Triple Adjustable coilovers.
While the C8 Corvette Z06 gets ready for it’s big debut later this month, the C8 Corvette Stingray has been the talk of the town in global markets. Previous versions of the car have been exported globally as left-hand-drive cars. But now, the model is available in right-hand drive for the Japanese, the UK, and Australian markets. The right-hand ride debuted first in Japan early this summer. In a new video posted by seng wang on YouTube, Chevrolet takes us behind the scenes at Bowling Green, showing us the intricacies of the right-hand-drive build of the C8. Check it out, right here.
We love a good round-up. And if you say you don’t, well you’re just kidding yourself. Car News TV wrangled the top 10 4-door American muscle cars. So tell us, too “sedan-like” for you? Or just enough to make these powerful rides your daily-driver? Check it out, right here.
Talk about a treasure trove! Usually a barn find consists of one, maybe two cars that have been left for dead. In this instance, Mr. Goodpliers on YouTube stumbled upon ten old Chevy trucks from the Advanced Design era, along with a few sedans. The trucks are all from 1947-1953. The all sported inline sixes ranging from 3.5 to 4.3-liters. They have either three or four-speed manuals or the option of a four-speed Hydramatic automatic. According to Goodpliers, he offered the owner $10,000 for the whole lot. See for yourself, right here.
When Craig Morrison of Art Morrison Enterprises saw this 1950 Chevy pickup he bought it on the spot. The 3100 Series is a quintessential American Farm truck and this one (pictured above) was just wasting away in disrepair. This pickup has been restored with special attention to the chassis. Thanks to Morrison, this little farm truck has been given a second chance at life – all in its original style. From the interior design to the exterior paint, this truck’s heritage is very intact.
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