Kid’s love for SVT runs deep.
If you’re a ‘car guy’ now, chances are you were a ‘car kid’ once-upon-a-time. You probably even remember a significant car in your early life that helped shape your current automotive fashion. Chances are it was your Dad’s, Grandfather’s, Uncle’s, or some other family-member’s pride and joy. Well for SVTP Member KilledbyKenne (”Justin’s”) 4-year old son Lukas, dad certainly had the right car to kick off an automotive addiction.
Lethal delivers the Performance
Our friends over at Lethal Performance shared the following information about their New Exclusive Gen-3 Rotor Upgrade for the Whipple 2.9L Twin Screw Supercharger. This upgrade kit sounds like exactly what the twin-screw market has been looking for, and it’s going to be very interesting to see how far early adopters will be able to push the performance envelope. Best of all, if you were thinking about pulling the trigger on a new Whipple kit you can get the Gen-3 upgrade for a mere $200 extra. That’s a no-brainer in my book. Check out the full details below, and give Lethal Performance a call ordering details.
Cobra Bob helps users get a head start.
Many feel that the 2003-2004 SVT Mustang Cobra Terminator was the last true muscle car. It certainly ticks all the right boxes and every Mustang model since has successively lost more and more of the visceral performance feeling that was the defining driving dynamic of the Terminator. That unmatched driving experience attracts new buyers for these cars everyday, many of which who lack even basic knowledge about their new Pony cars. That’s where SVTP Member Cobra Bob steps into the picture.
Calling a Terminator an import just doesn’t seen right.
Regular visitors to SVTP’s Pics and Videos Buffet are probably familiar SVTP Member u1cobra’s SVT photo shoot threads from Japan. To say he has a unique work location would be an understatement, but when you add a couple of the most prolific American performance cars in recent history to the mix you end up with something truly special.
Sam Anderson challenged himself to build a 733-horsepower classic
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Sam Anderson
If you have built more than one project car, you always want to push the next one to a higher plane than the last. That was definitely the case for Sam Anderson, who set out to see just what kind of build he was capable of creating. As you can see, he was capable of fusing two iconic Mustangs into one project-car masterpiece.