Project Blueprint is the newest member of our project car lineup - a 1964 Chevelle packed with a 427 cubic inch LS3 build by Blueprint Engine. With autocrossing, open-track days and daily driving in mind, we replaced the tired suspension with a complete RideTech package and upgraded to a big-brake kit with SSBC. This Chevelle is serving it all with a no-nonsense approach to building a serious pro-touring machine.
When you think of MaxStreet, think of the Ultimate Muscle Car. We're looking to build the ultimate Friday night bruiser here with our 1966 Nova. Fully street worthy, can turn corners and run 10s on the track, and be the talk of the burger joint. Oh yea, pump gas, overdrive transmission, and over 900 hp.
Project Swinger features a Ridetech Air Suspension, GM Performance Parts LSA Crate Engine, a Keisler/Tremec TKO-600, and plenty of Classic Industries components to make it look brand new again.
1969... a very good year for 1st Gen Camaros. Winning the SCCA Trans-Am series title for the second straight year was Mark Donohue behind the wheel of the Chevrolet backed Penske team Camaros. Our 1969 Camaro came to us as a stripped hulk - a "blank slate" to work from. The plan is to restore the vintage beast far beyond its original capabilities with 40-year newer technology - a 502 cubic inch LSX engine, 6-speed Tremec transmission, and take it Pro-Touring and Street Racing. However, we're going to leave the paint in 'original' condition. “Captain America” Donohue would definitely be proud.
Project "Biting the Bullitt" is a 1000HP 1965 Mustang that is a mix of all-out horsepower, simplicity and reliability in a street/strip package. But where do you draw the line?
Project Rehab is StangTV's second Fox body project car, but the first one focused on restoration of the original engine and body. Working with the factory 302, we will guide you through a budget-minded upgrade path. Additionally, we will look to restore the interior and exterior appearance, bringing it back to showroom-like quality!
Faster than a Silver Bullet, with agile handling, braking and acceleration, goes StangTV's Project Silver Bullet 2013 Mustang. Equipped with a Roush Supercharger, and sporting over 500 rear wheel horsepower - we're looking for street manners, awesome autocross and daily driver capability, and high 10-second ETs.
Our 2011 Mustang Project has two goals in mind - a daily driver capable of turning 1G on a skid pad while having the capability to run solid 10 second quarter mile times. Will we acheive our goals?
Project Grandma is a 1978 Chevrolet Malibu that was originally purchased by an elderly grandma in Pasadena. Now, it's far from it's original state as a full-on drag radial stock-suspension car. With a stock-body 25.5 chassis, 295/60/15 Drag Radials, a TCI Pro-X Glide and a monster Big Block.
This '86 Mustang Coupe - Project 666 - is capable of 666 rear wheel horsepower. Low 10-second time slips should be no problem for this stripper no-option Four-eyed Fox body. This Mustang is a drag car satan himself would row gears in, thanks to the nasty Windsor stroker engine.
There are few muscle cars more iconic than the '69 Dodge Charger and the legendary 426 HEMI. "Killer Kong" will take the legend to new heights by making 700-horsepower on pump gas, while still being a street-driven, stock-looking sleeper that can snap off a wheel-standing 10-second quarter-mile.
Project Respect is based around the attitude that the third-generation Camaro from Chevrolet never received the credit it was due. That said, we're going all-in on this platform; including the addition of an all-new suspension, Moser 12-bolt rearend, Baer disc brakes, and a heavily-modified TCI 700R4 transmission. What's more, it'll retain it's everyday driveability...yeah, we're bringing Respect.