In this episode, Fred Williams teams up with Recoil Magazine editor Iain Harrison to see what happens when they build a ballistic truck with a 1979 Ford Bronco. The build will be combining Fred’s offroading input and Iain’s grasp of firepower. Starting in Southern California at 4Wheel Parts, the Bronco will begin to take a new form with installs of a Gibson Exhaust, Procomp wheels, and Smittybilt winch and armor. While the truck transforms, so do Fred and Iain when they get outfitted at 5.11 Tactical. The Bronco then makes its way to Arizona where Iain takes over the transformation of the Bronco by installing guns!
1,000 MILES OF DRIVING and averaging in the SIXES over 5 days – Drag Week 2014 CHAMPION Jeff Lutz Sr put on one hell of a show with his son Jeff Lutz Jr this year as they each piloted two of the NASTIESTS 1957 Chevy’s known to man.
Rob Taylor’s Blown Outlaw Camaro runs into the 6-second zone at 200+mph on debut in Sydney.
Woh! Stead man, steady!
Check out this must see Super Slo Mo video from ESPN. The 2015 Mello Yello Drag Racing season kicks off with the Circle K NHRA Winternationals, February 5-8 in Pomona, CA.
This car remains as innovative today as it was when it first hit the road in 1955. Jay changes its tire without a jack – and shares Citröen’s truly weird advertisements.
ALEX BORG BELLE RENOVATIONS AZZOPARDI RACING HAYABUSA TURBO 7.78 @ 176 MPH 19.12.2014
This BEAST of a car showed up at Street Car Takeover Nashville to makes some passes down the track – except there was nothing that kept up with it! This Camaro is packing two 88mm turbochargers powered by a 509 cubic inch engine under the hood. Check this thing out! Our favorite part about it was the twin fuel tank setup on it allowing him to cruise anywhere he wanted without issues, although we think it’s a little too far of a stretch to call it a ‘street car’, which is why he was in the unlimited class… thought he wasn’t scared to take the cruise for the street car class.