Rev'n is a brand-new automotive TV channel reaching over 30 million households across the US, and we're pleased to announce the addition of V8TV to the Rev'n lineup of automotive enthusiast programming beginning in Q2. Stay tuned for airtimes and affiliate information so you can catch the show on this exciting new network!
This week, our buddy Brian Stupski of Problem Child Kustoms joins again as we discuss various topics growing out of the recent Detroit Autorama, ranging from thoughts on high-dollar cars, the role of technology as applied to custom car design and construction, and his involvement with the 1965 Dodge "Dart SL" built by Big Oak Garage which landed a spot in the Great 8. Oh yeah, and a little about wild kustoms of the past, a new take on the toilet seat car, and a comparison of 1969 Camaros to classic rock albums.
Click here to watch the fabulous documentary on the Dark Side Of The Moon mentioned in the episode.
Click here for the photo gallery from the Detroit Autorama.
Smokey Yunick is a racing legend and a true American hero. His legacy carries on with countless innovations, tricks, patents, designs, and other advancements that we all use every day. Now, you can get your very own Smokey Yunick poster for your shop, office, garage, or all the above. These are sold by Carbon Press, the official caretakers of the Smokey estate, and are authroized real-deal stuff. Go grab a couple of the various designs for your walls, and while you are there, pick up a sign and some books, too. Your friends will all be jealous, and hopefully some of Smokey's magic will rub off on your ride.
The V8 Speed & Resto Shop crew has been hard at work on the 1966 Galaxie 7-Litre, and you can find the latest updates on this car in the V8 Forum! Be sure to register and post your comments on all the V8 project cars being restored or modified in the shop!
From the original Shelby Mustang GT350 to today's 1,000 horsepower GT500, Carroll Shelby, Shelby American, and the Ford Motor Company have defined high-performance with their Shelby Mustangs. Shelby built his Mustangs from 1965 until 1970, at a time when it seemed that the muscle car was a dying breed. Then an odd thing happened: people began to realize the classic nature of the car almost as soon as Shelby stopped building them. After a much-too-long hiatus, in 2006 Carroll Shelby was back with Ford and production of new Shelby Mustangs began for the first time in 36 years. Today, Shelby Mustangs of all eras remain at the top of almost every gearhead's list and with good reason-they are America's premier do-it-all pony car.
Shelby Mustang Fifty Years is a celebration of these magnificent machines and covers every iteration from the raw 1965 GT350s to today's Shelby 1000 monster and the men that made it all happen. Created in cooperation with the Carroll Hall Shelby Trust and officially licensed by Carroll Shelby Licensing, Inc., Shelby Mustang Fifty Years is lavishly illustrated with rare, historic photography and modern color images to chronicle the story of these amazing cars, from the initial collaboration with Ford to today's record-setting high-tech muscle cars.
The foreword and tribute to Carroll Shelby by the "Father of the Mustang" Lee Iacocca rounds out this love note to America's premier performance car. No Mustang fan will want to miss it.
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