Jamal Hameedi visited the garage a few years back, and brought with him arguably one of the greatest Mustangs of all time. Check out the episode below and see the 2015 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R for yourself, and try not to drool. Enjoy.
Nothing like a couple of ‘Stangs trudging up a mud-packed hill. The pair you see in the video below have recently been dubbed the “Mudstangs,” purpose-built mud-slinging hillclimbers that are clearly unafraid of a challenge. Check out the video below to see what happens when this duo takes their talents to the woods. Enjoy.
There’s nothing like looking back at an absolute icon and appreciating all it accomplished. RK Motors Charlotte revived the 1966 Le Mans winning Ford GT40 – chassis #P1046. Check out the video below to hear first hand, the real story of the first Ford GT40 to claim Le Mans for America. Take in this piece of history, right here. Enjoy.
On this episode of Throttle House, James and Thomas take the 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 and the 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette Z51 and hit the track. What’s on the agenda? A drag race, drifting, and lap times. Watch the video below to find out who comes out on top. Enjoy.
Chris Evans was recently gifted something very special. Fellow actor Robert Downey Jr. gave Evans this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro by SpeedKore after starring in the latest Captain America film. And lucky for us, this beauty stopped by the garage of none other than Jay Leno. To help us viewers get the full scoop, SpeedKore’s Dave Salvaggio joins Leno to go over all the details. Fun Fact? Robert Downey Jr. was way more involved in this build than we would’ve guessed. The actor helped finalize the build, selected the 1967 Camaro (instead of the originally planned 1969 Camaro), and choose the color scheme for the vehicle.
The specs we know you’re dying for:
Color is a custom mixture from SpeedKore called Grigio Verde, or Gray Green.
Under the hood is an LS3 6.2-liter V-8 alongside a 2.9-liter Whipple supercharger pumping out 730 horsepower.
The gear box is a 4-speed push-button automatic transmission.
At the rear is a four-link rear suspension.
All four corners are Baer brakes and custom HRE wheels.
Check out the episode below to see this “gentleman’s tourer,” (a term coined by Salvaggio). You don’t want to miss this one, enjoy.