I’m going to start the second part with a car I bet no one would think they would see on this blog, a fox body Mustang. I actually like this body style, and with a super charged NASCAR cup series motor putting out 1019 hp on 91 octane gas (with the help of water-methanol injection) I’m sure it sounded great too.
On the opposite end of the Mustang is a stanced E30 BMW with Individual throttle bodies painted gold.
The Engine bay looked real clean. E30’s have been used up in a lot of cheap car races, it’s nice to see one preserved.
Now this is crazy, it’s a radial engine out of an airplane stuffed in a c-10 pick up truck. It looked like it was missing some hoses and connections so I am not sure if it runs but someone put a lot of thought into how to make it fit.
I had to have at least one B series engine pic, or else I couldn’t get all the hate of being a Honda fanboy
SR20 motor which looked to be fully built with all the Tomei parts it could hold, what Silvia body would contain this great motor you ask?
It was a Toyota Corolla and not a Nissan that used that power. Purist my shout but, the execution was perfect.
One theme through out the show for the venders was how to get more power out of the FRS/BRZ combo, I will show all the different ways they achieved this. This FRS one was turbo’d which has a lot of potential but the motor’s internals must be strengthened if you want to turn up the wick.
The engine bay was covered in carbon fiber which gave the car a real expensive look.
S2000 with a Mugen front bumper, clean looking car
I love Dakar yellow E36 M3’s. This one has a Rotax supercharged motor which I love, and has over fenders and is on airbags which I’m not a fan of.
Every time you see an all black car people always say “Darth Vader your car is here” , this really is Darth Vader’s car. Hot wheels has been making all the toy cars I had as a kid life size.
Part 3 soon