It all started in Sweden with an Evinrude 300XP outboard boat engine. Originally designed in the mid 80's as a 3.6 liter 2-stroke V8 pushing around 275 horsepower, it quickly developed into a 4 liter beast. Just listen to it:
It might be a matchup you have never thought of but luckily it seems like Italians have the imagination to pull off something like this.
Watch in awe how the driver swerves through the traffic, runs red lights and does all he can to drive as quickly as possible in an urban, traffic-laden environment.
I'm a huge sucker for crate engine, most likely because as far as I'm aware, at least in Spain it's very hard to get your hands on one so I like to imagine where I would put these sexy beasts into.
This fast and incredible sounding sexy beast is a hillclimb prepped Ferrari 355 GT driven by René Ruch in Switzerland.
Anything you guys would like to know/request? I'll be taking a camera with me, that's for sure.
What else could you want?
This beauty here is a W140 S-class wagon (Swagon, get it?!), the S73 T Kombi. Some won't give it a second look. Some might meh at it, and tell how their wide body 323i would smoke it. Others might love it at first sight, knowing its a W140 wagon, a sexy wagony oddity. They might even ogle at it. And they should.
I stumbled upon Ford Model A Wikipedia page and when I took a look at the different body styles, I was amazed. It has 34 different body styles. I'd have trouble choosing.
I'm curious and I'd love to see your suggestions, mine's this:
Hot, ain't it?
It's as green as you can get!
Well if you have, you're lucky. EnglishRussia has a nice 7 page long photo-article about this subject, more specifically about the Russian made executive cars.
Yes, last night's Ford GT40 in rain included some godlike driving skills. And a couple of pounds of balls.
It has some neat stuff like carbon fiber seats for $7,600, $20,200 carbon fiber engine cover - even the paint, called Azzurro Monaco, with the Silverstone roof adding is worth almost $18,000.
That's a Dallara GP2 racer, driven by David Hauser in the St. Ursanne hillclimb in Switzerland.
Nothing more to say. Simply fantastic.