This 1977 Ford F-100 Pre-Runner Is An Epic, Sreet-legal Trophy Truck
AutotopiaLA is back with what is, arguably, the most outrageous build on the channel – a 1977 Ford F-100 Pre-Runner. What makes this truck special is not only the fact that it survived a roll-over accident, but also that it is a V-8-powered, street-legal trophy truck that loves to hang in the air.
Say Hello To The Most Hideous Mercedes S-Class Ever Conceived
Indian tuners have given us some very interesting and ambitious projects. Remember, the Hyundai Accent-based 1969 Ford Mustang or the Honda Civic Si-based Lamborghini Aventador, made by Dream Customs India? While those are some of the better projects we have seen from India, the one we are showing you now is a bit disturbing. The imagery comes from an Indian blogger that goes by Shiva and shows what was once a W126 Mercedes S-Class, in a very neglected state.
If The H1 Wasn’t Already Big Enough, This HUMVEE Has Taken Things To A Whole New Level
What you’re looking at, folks, is the world’s biggest Humvee. Based on the old civilian version of the M998 H1, which was never a small vehicle, to begin with, this one, dubbed the H1X3, built for the famed Rainbow Sheikh in the United Arab Emirates, takes it to a whole new level; and I mean that literally.
Pontiac Trans Am Turbo 20th Anniversary Edition Packs Buick GNX Power
The most invariable aspect of a muscle car is the V-8 engine. You just can’t have a muscle car without a V-8. However, there are exceptions, albeit very few. You probably know of the Buick GNX, nicknamed “Darth Vader’s car”, which had a 3.8-liter turbocharged V-6, and, in 1987, was quicker than a Corvette. But, there was another car with the same engine – the 1989 Pontiac Trans Am 20th anniversary – and here’s what you need to know about it.
10 Boutique Supercars, Based On Popular Sports Cars
In recent times, it’s boutique manufacturers who, often, come up with the most interesting designs. That said, almost all boutique manufacturers face one significant limitation – financial resources. Because of this, almost all boutique manufacturers source the important bits – engine, chassis, drivetrain, etc. – from big companies. Without further due, here are some of the most successful boutique cars, based on more popular models, from larger manufacturers.
The Bertini GT25 Is An Oddly Successful British-Italian-German Mish-Mash, You Have Never Heard Of
Looking at most kit cars, it’s understandable why most of them are not taken seriously. While the majority of them are a cheap imitation of the real thing, there are some kit cars that deserve a closer look. The Bertini GT25, which not too long ago was featured on the YouTube channel Number 27, is one such car. It’s an Italian name, with British heritage, and a German heart.
5 Cars That Can Make An Italian Feel Ashamed Of His Roots
Italian cars are best known for their beautiful styling and, sadly, being unreliable. However, with regards to both statements, this isn’t always the case, and despite some of the oldest European car brands being Italian, they have had their bad moments. YouTube channel, Number27 is giving us five examples of Italian cars that could make any Italian curse his/her roots.
This Chevrolet C4 Corvette Is a Weird Swedish Mashup Between American and JDM
When it comes to Japanese cars, modifications are as common as ketchup on a hot dog. Pretty much anything that you can do to a car has been done, so standing out may be a challenge. That said, a guy named Jim Bjork has decided to think outside the box and has modified a very American C4 Corvette in a very JDM way. What came of it is one of the most unique-looking vehicles, you have ever seen.
Cadillac NART Zagato Is The Italian Cadillac You Did Not Know About
When talking about 1970s American cars, you probably think of performance-choked V-8 engines that were a shadow of their former selves, from the Muscle car era. You probably don’t think of coach-built Cadillacs with an Italian connection, but the 1970 Cadillac NART Zagato is exactly that and this is what we know about it.
This Crazy Mix Of Porsche 911, Maserati Gran Turismo, And Nissan 350Z Will Make Your Day
Man’s imagination knows no bounds and when it comes to cars, we often see some truly epic creations. Luckily, the internet makes it possible for us to see these creations, and this interesting mix of Porsche Maserati and Nissan is the latest we have stumbled upon.
This Toyota Supra Is The Perfect Mix Between Mad Max and Cyberpunk 2077
Toyota 1JZ vs 2JZ - Which Engine is Better?Games, set up in the dystopian future give room for some incredible designs. More often than not, they serve as inspiration to digital designers to create some truly epic stuff, based on existing models. This is exactly the case with this rendering of a Toyota A70 Supra, done by Dom Höst, also known as altered_intent, and vaguely resembles its former self.
This Jet-Powered Model S Is Unlike Anything You’ve Seen Or Heard Before
Have you ever seen a Tesla Model S powered by a jet engine? Well, this particular Model S P85 has not one, but three of them sitting at the back, and not only does it look outrageous, but as you can already imagine, it sounds phenomenal. The brilliant, as well as an insane idea, comes from Warped Perception, who decided to put this idea to the test, for his YouTube channel.
Drag Race: Hoonicorn Races The Super-Lightweight Wolf
Hoonigan returns with another “Hoonigan vs the world” episode, where Lia Block – Ken Block’s, 14-year-old daughter races some pretty epic cars, in the Hoonicorn Mustang. This time, she’s racing a 2018 Wolf GB08 TSC-LT. One relies on power while the other on lightness. One thing both cars have in common is that both cars have conquered Pikes Peak.
This Mk4 Supra Has A Diesel Engine From A Tank
Ford Almost Gave Us a Mid-Engine Mustang BOSS 429 In 1969
Performance versions of the Ford Mustang have always been sought-after, by collectors. We have models like the original Shelby GT350 R, Shelby GT500, or BOSS 302, but for many, the top of the cherry, the big daddy, is considered to be the BOSS 429. But for all its performance credentials, the BOSS 429 had weight-distribution issues, which is why, in 1969, Ford decided to experiment with a mid-engine version of the BOSS 429, dubbed the LID Mustang.
A Deep Look At Legendary Corvette Builder Dino’s Rod And Custom
Regardless of the generation, the Chevrolet Corvette is often the go-to platform for epic conversions. Whether you want to recreate a classic design, like the Zagato IsoRivolta GTZ, on top of a modern chassis or create something entirely new, like the Ares Design S1, it seems the Corvette is able to take it. With this in mind, Dean “Dino” Arnold has been doing Corvette conversions for decades and has created some truly epic stuff. Moreover, he’s far from done, as he is working on three, high-performance builds, based on the C7 Corvette.