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1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Deluxe- Originally S Code 390. Current engine is Shelby Aluminum 427 stroked/bored to 482 C.I,, Victor Jr, 427 Intake with 1050 CFM Quick Fuel Tech Carb. w/ Cobra Jet C-6 Transmission; 4 wheel disc brakes, The Rear end has Detroit Locker 31 spline axles. Wheels are Rocket Attack 18x8 front and 18x10 rear (4.5 BS front and rear)on Pirelli 245 40 18 and 275 35 18 rearView
Designed and handcrafted by me in my shop. Aluminum body with Corvette C3 running gear. 383 415 hp/ 5spd 2600 lbs. 5 years to build in my spare time. This timeless body shape has been referred to as a shapely woman laying on her side. The gray igniter wheels are the perfect blend with the Car's brushed aluminum trim and bright silver paint .View
How appropriate that we find a slick slammed 1937 Nash in city of “Nash”ville? This low sleek black beast owned by Eddie Rochelle and built by Jason Graham Hot Rods. The highlights include the growl of a mildly radical 350 CID Chevy, tri-power carburetor, 5 speed transmission. The low slung stance from Air Ride, Wide White tires and Rocket Racing Wheels Strike Polished wheels.View
Check out Ron Morse recently finished 1961 Chevy Impala a combined effort of Hot Rods and Custom Stuff and Evod Garage. Chevrolet Performance ZZ383 stroker 460 hp crate motor, Global West suspension, Bilstein shocks, CPP brakes, Hooker Super Comp headers, Flowmaster exhaust. To add visual impact, Rocket Racing Wheels Booster Chrome 17x8, 18x9 wrapped in Falken 245/45/17, 275/40/18View
Lawdy Lawdy “Miss Clawdy! This Bare Metal 1929 Chopped Model A Tudor is proof that when it’s cool, you don't need paint. If looks could kill, you had better look away! This custom hotrod was built & sold by Traditional Hot Rod / Hot Rod Dirty. Features a 4" chopped top, slight body channel, custom boxed frame and dropped low on Rocket Racing Wheels 15" Injectors w/ vintage knockoffs & pie crust Firestone Vintage TiresView
Owning a 1st Gen Camaro has been a dream of mine since I was 15. At 47, that dream was finally realized when I picked up this '67 convertible from a high school friend. After realizing quickly that the brakes needed upgrading, I began 'pulling the snag on the sweater' so to speak - and the disc brake upgrade became all new control arms and linkage, 4-wheel disc upgrade, new master cylinder, new wheels and tire, and some minor other pieces that had somehow survived 50 years. When I was shopping for parts and upgrades, it took me over 4 months to narrow down my choices for suspension and brakes. For wheels, I had researched EVERY possible '5 spoke' wheels and had actually settled on 'another brand'. It wasn't until I went to SEMA 2016 in Vegas and actually SAW the wheels - I knew within seconds that the Rocket Racing Boost in Hypershot was the one. Absolutely hands down no regrets - this is one of the classiest wheels I have seen and am very proud to have them on the car. I now have a daily driver, sitting in the garage that my son and daughter love just as much as I do. Cars and Coffee on Sundays, cruises through town on Saturday nights, and any excuse I can to drive in between. Thank you guys for making an INSANE product.View
Do you remember when gas was .35 a gallon? No doubt, 1969 was one of the best years ever for muscle cars ever! This 1969 Chevelle Super Sport was restored top to bottom and sold by fine folks at RK Motors of Charlotte period-correct Hugger Orange paint with SS396 big block, Muncie 4-speed, GM 12 bolt rear, 17x8 Rocket Racing Wheel Fuel Polished wheels and power to pavement through 225/45R17 and 245/40R17 performance tires.View
Check out this 1948 Fiat Topolino Gasser tribute we spotted on ClassicCars.com. The Topo was a popular drag car in the 1960’s because horse power ratio made them wicked fast. This Topo weighs in at a slim 1500 lbs and stuffed with a 350 Chevy, pair of Edelbrock 4 barrel carbs, Ford 9-inch rear end, hairpins, coil-over shocks, Rocket Racing Wheel Polished Launchers front and Injector rear wheelsView
Chasing the devil? Hot Rod builder - Steve Becker aims to scare the devil with his sinister looking Outlaw Performance fiberglass 1934 Ford three window hot rod powered up with a 401 Buick with six-deuce Stromberg carburetor set-up with many traditional appointments, House of Kolor Flat Cinnamon Pearl, So-Cal Speed Shop Buick brakes over discs, Super Bell I-beam axle, 16” Rocket Racing Wheels Igniter As Cast wheels and Coker Firestone tires.View
How would you make a super slick sleeper? Ken Meredith began his 1965 Dodge Coronet by transplanting a 440 stroked to 493 CID with a Max Wedge Stage III heads, Direct Connection camshaft and fed the beast with a pair of Edelbrock carbs atop cross ram intake. Ken’s slick sleeper was finished with Sikkens Euro Jet Black paint, 15" BFGoodrich Radial T/A's and Rocket Racing Wheels Fuel Gray wheels provide the perfect stance. Photos courtesy of Car Craft Magazine and Tommy Lee ByrdView
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