Check out the new sizzle reel for Horsepower Wars as we find out exactly what we’re in for in the first ever season. Let the battle begin.
Ken Block’s wife Lucy drives a sweet, Coyote-powered Ford Bronco
The Hoonigans managed to set it on fire with doing donuts.
This 1965 Mustang fastback is built to run on the autocross course.
It is powered by a Robert Yates-prepped, 600-horsepower small-block.
Barn-find hunter Tom Cotter uncovers a rarity in a North Carolina barn.
He unearthed a 1966 427 Shelby Cobra with only 19,000 original miles.
Check out this trick, new plate system from Nitrous Express.
It offers a clean, easy 300-horsepower shot for pushrod 5.0-liter engines!
A 1967 Shelby GT500 built in South Africa by artist Conty Fonane from wire.
This one-of-a-kind Mustang is truly a rolling work of automotive art.
Matt Farah of The Smoking Tire takes his canyon-carving Fox Mustang for a visit with the Hoonigan gang over at the Donut Garage.
We take a look at fuel pump options available from FiTech for when you want to convert your fuel system from a low-pressure carbureted-style to high-pressure EFI system.
Known for ’32 Ford five-window coupe steel bodies, United Pacific now makes a ’32 Ford truck. Endorsed by Ford Motor Company, it is built just like the original. See more here.
Bob Florine’s 1957 Ford Ranch Wagon with Kasse Boss Nine racing engine and Borla Induction stole the show in ARP’s booth at this year’s SEMA Show. See more here.
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