Project Reactor: 1967 Fastback Mustang

What does 2000+ man hours of work get you? Well if a unique car is what you are after it gets you Project Reactor; a totally custom 1967 Fastback Mustang. Just about everything on this car is custom. The engine is a ROUSH 427 IR crate engine with custom dual throttle bodies producing 552 horsepower … Read more

Dale Earnhardt Jr’s 1972 Camaro

Detroit Speed & Engineering has done it again! They have built a top notch Pro-Touring ’72 Camaro for a man who will definitely push it to the edge. Once again proving DSE’s aftermarket products are some of the best in the biz for early Mustangs and Camaros. Dale Jr. was looking for a functional, race … Read more

1966 Chevrolet Chevelle with LS7

This ’66 Chevelle was built by by So-Cal Speed Shop for John Devine, a former GM CFO. John went against getting a 1st Gen. Camaro because he felt it was too cliche and getting anything else besides a GM ride would get too much razzing from former employees at the local Sonic. So instead he … Read more

Duramax in a Buick Grand National

This Buick Grand National has been swapped with a Duramax. The main forum topic on the car states it does a 1/8 mile drag in 8.258 secs @ 84.81mph. Jalopnik’s article asks why would a person do such a swap while also linking to the much debated article “truth about diesels“. If the creator is … Read more

1969 Camaro with LS7

Yet another great looking 1969 Camaro out of and comes with a brand new LS7 and T-56. It is painted an awesome grey with black Z28 stripes. It has installed DSE Speed Kit 3 front suspension, a quadralinnk rear, minitub conversion, and finished off with Fikse Profil 5 wheels. This was a frame off … Read more

1965 Mustang with Cobra Internals

The guys at Julian’s have decided to swap an engine from a 2003 SVT Cobra into a 1965 Mustang Fastback. They also happened to swap every other mechanical part from the Cobra. We are talking about everything. Think of the swap going kinda like taking a 03 Cobra, rip off all body panels, then drop … Read more