Posts Tagged ‘wheel’

1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500E

Sep
04

1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500E - Muscle Cars BlogComplete Build Out Information:
Donor Car:
1967 Arizona ,Rust-Free, A-Code 4-Barrel Car

Restoration:
Full Rotisserie

Drivetrain:
Custom built Ford 428 cubic inch High Performance Engine Stroked to 478 CI. Runs on 93 octane unleaded gas.
BILLET Steel Crankshaft, H-Beam competition connecting rods, custom forged lightweight pistons and larger camshaft
QUICK TIME, Blow Proof bell housing and block plate
BILLET Steel fly wheel
Center Force dual friction clutch and pressure plate
TILTON Hydraulic clutch slave conversion
Aluminum Block Adapter for remote oil filter and cooler lines
Rod and Custom oil pan to fit suspension
Aluminum Roller Rocker Arms
Lunati Solid Roller Lifter camshaft, Edlebrock Performer RPM Aluminum heads, Canton racing modified rear sump pan
CNC Cylinder Head Porting- CNC ported and bench flow tested
Edelbrock High volume aluminum water pump Read more! See more images!

Repairing vehicle at home

Jul
30

There are people who love to maintain and repair their vehicles by themselves. Doing this not only saves a lot of money, but brings satisfaction. Of course, this is possible if you have certain skills and right tools.

For example, if you have to change your winter wheel set, you will need a trolley jack. There are different models at different prices, but finding Trolley jacks is easy and you will get what you need at good value. SGS engineering also offers axle stands, bottle jacks and ratchet/farm jacks. Everything is sorted and well organized, so customers will find needed item fast.

1967 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback – Eleanor’s Worst Nitemare

Jul
07

1967 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback - Eleanor’s Worst Nitemare - Muscle Cars BlogThe featured 1967 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback is the Eleanor’s worst Nitemare. Truly one-of-a-kind, this 1967 Ford Mustang Pro Touring Fastback has been hand-built from the ground up and is a multi-award winner! What’s more, this muscle car is AUTOGRAPHED by CARROLL SHELBY himself on the dash!! What a masterpiece! As far as we know, this muscle car has been officially named “NITEMARE” because it is just that intense!

This build was a joint effort between two top restoration shops: CUSTOM CLASSIC RESTORATIONS in Illinois, and BILLUPS AUTO BODY in Oklahoma. Both known for building ONLY THE BEST! The two teams worked together for over 10 months to produce this amazing 1967 Pro Touring Mustang. An estimated$240,000 was invested in this awesome machine! Check out the details and photos!

1969 Dodge Charger 500 – Awesome Restomod with 830 HP!!

May
01

1969 Dodge Charger 500 - Awesome Restomod with 830 HP!! - Muscle Cars BlogI stumbled upon this awesome 1969 Dodge Charger 500 while browsing the web, and decided to share it with you. I admit this is a perfect muscle car, incredible vehicle! This is a great example for all Mopar collectors, so – search no further!

This is a chance to own a piece of Mopar history. As history dictates, Dodge was to build 500 of these examples to allow them to enter Nascar Racing. Although the true number of these cars built is debatable, this one was chosen by no other than Joey Arrington of Arrington engines of Martinsville, VA.

Here are the words of the owner: “The guru of Mopar, Galen Govier, saw my car at a car show in Cornwall, Ontario, and remembered it as Joey’s car. He registered her in the Chrysler registry for me. Joey’s father, Buddy Arrington, raced these cars in the 60s and 70s, and he was on hand to sign the car and do a photo opt. Read more!

2011 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 Auburn Edition Custom

Feb
13

2011 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 Auburn Edition Custom - Muscle Cars BlogThis brand new 2011 Mustang GT 5.0 was designed and built by Cahaba Custom Cars LLC. in Birmingham, AL. Various design modifications were implemented to further boast its already muscular appearance. We have added a custom painted front and rear spoiler, body color rear air diffuser, lowering springs by Ford Racing and a very throaty but beautiful sounding Roush exhaust with 4” chrome tips. All of our work is done in house to ensure the highest quality product available. PPG Global paints and clear coat were used. The striping on this car was painted over the original color and then burried under 5 layers of clear coat, wet sanded and polished to a mirror finish. This is far superior to the traditional factory vinyl tape stripe in looks, feel, and durability. Click on Read more for fantastic gallery and more information!

Afterburner: Hennessey Venom GT Hits the Dyno

20-Dec-2010



ROAD & TRACK Magazine features the Venom GT on the Cover of their February, 2011 issue. How does a streetable 933 horsepower at the rear wheels sound? How about 874 lb-ft of torque at the tires? It sounds mighty tasty to us, especially considering that those numbers come courtesy of regular 93 octane pump gas (no race fuel here, kiddies) and, again, are at the wheel. Ditch the drivetrain loss and power at the crank will easily crest 1,000 ponies. Check out the gallery of this awesome and powerful Hennessey Venom GT!