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The past month or so Rukus Motorsports has been running a Facebook advertising campaign that has thrust their rear wheel drive, drag prepped, seventh...
Time to send off another great year of Theme Tuesdays with a collection of my own favorite shots from the 2014 season. While some of the...
Can't really think of a better way to send off a year of Theme Tuesday posts than with a collection of my own personal favourite photos of 2013. One day I might go back and count how many photos I take in a season, but I do know it's quite a few so narrowing down my picks was a little difficult but I am pretty happy with the list below.
When Geo designed the Metro it's pretty safe to assume that they never intended it to see any off road use --for that they produced the surprisingly capable Geo Tracker-- of course a manufacturers intentions are never really any good at stopping a determined person armed with wrenches and a welder. Such a determined gentlemen decided tossing a Geo Metro body on top of a 4x4 frame and some very big wheels was a great idea and thus the vehicle you see below was born.
Near the end of the Fast & Furious 6 Superbowl spot there's a quick shot of a car (piloted by zombie Letty I believe) that I couldn't quite place but knew I had seen before. The car in question was almost immediately identified on-line as the Jensen Interceptor. For those that may not have heard of it before the Interceptor is a hand built British luxury sports car built from the mid 60's to mid 70's that came with an American heart.
At this point I've trashed three separate year in review drafts trying to figure out the best way to tackle the amount of content that has accumulated over the past 361 days. After hemming and hawing about formats I've decided that the best way to recap is with a lot of photos and minimal words.
I've finally reached the point where more SEMA photos are behind me than ahead of me which means this is the last 40+ image post for SEMA 2012. I know for some the coverage seems a little excessive and drawn out but I view the opportunity to attend SEMA as a privilege that could potentially be revoked at any time so I don't want to ever have the feeling I could have done better once it's all said and done.
For something that is comprised of a chassis and motor that are worlds apart this Lamborghini v12 powered Ford Model T actually doesn't look all that alien. Photographer Chris Rowe's caption of the vehicle 'Like Powering an Elise with a Viper engine' is pretty accurate as I suspect both swaps would yield the same smokey results if you were to stomp on the gas pedal.
Flawless custom trucks, traditional hod rods, LS powered Audis and high horsepower Nissan straight sixes the Motorama 2018 had something for everyone.
There has always been a divide between those that build their cars and those that don't. This divide has been discussed, debated and argued...