Vintage Mopar Drag Racing – 1968 Dodge Dart

September 21st, 2020

You are in for a rarified treat with this drag racing video. The feature car is not turbocharged, not supercharged and not running nitrous. This mighty Mopar is naturally aspirated and packing plenty of ponies. In this day of power adder insanity, n/a cars on the dragstrip are as rare as hen’s teeth. Let’s check this vintage Dodge out on the eighth-mile. This Simpson Speed Shop creation is a 1968 Dodge Dart with a built 5.9-liter V8 engine. The cylinder heads are Trick Flow and the intake and carburetor are Edelbrock. Shifting duties are handled with an automatic transmission and Read More

Leno’s 760HP GT500 Powered 1968 Ford Bronco

July 13th, 2020

Popular television personality and avid car collector Jay Leno has no shortage of impressive automobiles. This particular example is certainly not your typical drag car, but it is interesting and a ton of fun from a street sleeper perspective. Let’s have a closer look at this collaborative effort so beautifully accomplished by Ford Performance, LGE-CTS and the SEMA Garage. First of all, the exterior is absolutely flawless. Jay will likely want to keep this one on the pavement to avoid the nicks and scratches that go along with trekking through the forest. Leno picked out the Ford Blue paint and Read More

Tommy Two Gunz Nitrous S-10 Street Wheelies

June 29th, 2020

Little brother Tommy has really got his small block Chevy S-10 hooking up like crazy. Well, Dad might have a little to do with Tommy’s success. In fact, he might be up for Father of the Year. Tommy’s dad knows something about getting from A to B and he seems to have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the cold go-go juice (nitrous). Check out this rocket ship of a stock S-10 pickup. What is going on under the hood of this truck, the stock body ain’t ready for – take a look. Dad runs through the ins-and-outs Read More

1969 Ford F100 Shortbed – 1000HP Supercharged Monster

May 29th, 2020

Meet Jason Scudellari, owner of this extreme 1969 Ford F100. Jason is a car builder by trade, but he has really outdone himself with this unique project. In fitting fashion, Jason built this truck to suit his own needs. From bumper-to-bumper, every bolt and nut are specially chosen to make this truck go faster and handle better under the most challenging of driving conditions. Under the hood is a GM LS1 small block V8 engine with forged internals. The engine and cylinder heads are built to accommodate a big blower on high boost. A large ProCharger is responsible for delivering Read More

Not Your Grandpa’s Chevelle – Street Hits

May 16th, 2020

Greetings fellow gearheads and speed aficionados from every facet of the racing universe. Meet Matt and his grandparent’s 1969 Chevy. The old folks purchased this one brand new. When they no longer needed it, they passed the car off to Matt’s mom who handed it off to him. The car – originally a Malibu – came from the factory with a cumbersome 307 cubic-inch engine and automatic transmission. This baby has come a long way since then. Matt, a body man by trade, has worked a miracle with the exterior of this Chevrolet. Most of the factory trim has been Read More

Stock Dodge Challenger Demon vs 1100HP Forza DemonHawk – Dig and Rolls

April 24th, 2020

Forza Tuning and Performance, down in Clearwater, Florida is consistently turning out a unique blend of high-performance domestic thunder and high-revving exotic lightning. With varying performance packages that range from mild to utterly shocking, there is something for every enthusiast. Today, we are going to see a race between a heavily modified Jeep Trackhawk and a stock Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. The modified Trackhawk packs more power than the stock Demon but the Demon is lighter. To make thing a little more even – and a lot more fun – there will be dig racing and roll racing (30 mph Read More

1000HP Forza Trackhawk vs 1000HP Brand-X Trackhawk – Street Hits

February 27th, 2020

Join along as Brenton Brown, founder and president of Forza Tuning and Performance takes us on a journey through their various stages of Jeep Trackhawk modification. At the end of his presentation, we get to see them take to the streets (of Mexico) for an actual dual with Brand-X Jeep Trackhawk – on the streets! Buckle up and hold on for this one. The factory Jeep Trackhawk starts off a lot like the Hellcat. It ain’t no badas*s, but them that are clear out of his way. With race gas, 840hp can be realized – in a street SUV with Read More

Havoc 2500WHP Restomod Dodge Challenger

February 18th, 2020

Rides by Kam has taken this 1970 Dodge Challenger and turned it into a work of art. Gone are the unsightly surfaces associated with underhood and undercarriage and uniquely accentuated polymer covers take their place. Even the lines and grooves in the sheet metal have been reproportioned – enhanced if you will – into something that supersedes perfection. Take a look. The engine is a 572 cubic-inch HEMI. It is all-aluminum (block and cylinder heads) with a billet crank, Diamond forged pistons and aluminum connecting rods. Forced air induction is handled with a Procharger F3R blower that is driven directly Read More

Salvage Title Mustang Runs 9s

January 31st, 2020

I can’t help but love these junkyard to winner’s circle stories – especially when the transformation takes only four-days. That’s right, these guys grabbed this salvage title 2016 Mustang GT from the junkyard and with their Mustang Lifestyle supercharger kit ($16,450) in hand, they turned this pony car around in just four-days. Take a gander at this thing. Looks like this Mustang was stolen and damaged. Maybe even some interior damage. After all that was repaired, these gearheads wanted to add a little go-fast. They needed look no farther than Mustang Lifestyle and their VMP Gen 3 Supercharger Kit. In Read More

1965 Mercury Comet – 10-Second Junkyard Build

December 31st, 2019

It ain’t how you look. It’s what you have under the hood! Well, this 1965 Mercury Comet Coupe is packing a load under there. Nope. She ain’t gonna win any beauty prize. Her sheet metal is far from straight and her paint hasn’t been shiny in many moons. Nevertheless, there’s a certain charm to this old girl. Could it be the massive chunk of iron under the hood? This is the biggest of the Ford big block engines – a 460 cubic-inch monster. This is the kind of mill that only came in huge station wagons and pickup trucks, but Read More

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