1968 Pro-Touring Mustang With A Supercharged Cobra Engine

1968 Mustang With A Ford Racing Cobra V8

Chris has spent his spare time for several years working on his amazing 1968 Pro-touring Mustang. Chris is co-owner of JC Restorations and estimates he has over 3,000 hours on this build. And you can tell by looking at it. The paint job alone has four coats of base and six coats of clear. There is nothing left untouched on this build.

1968 Mustang With A Ford Racing Cobra V8

The engine is a Ford Racing Cobra block with forged crank, Manley pistons, Clevite rod and main bearings, Accufab throttle body, and D1 Procharger supercharger. The engine is connected to a Tremec TKO 600 five-speed transmission, SPEC stage 3 hydraulic clutch, SPEC aluminum flywheel, and 9-inch rear with a Strange Engineering center.

1968 Mustang With A Ford Racing Cobra V8

It can be tough working on a project when time is limited. It’s only human to want something ASAP so you can enjoy it. But when a project is frequently put on hold it can be an advantage. It gives the owner/builder the time to really consider all ideas and really allow them to mature into something amazing.

Source: JC Restorations via Pro-touring

1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass With A LS1

A very nice 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass with a LS1 and 4L60E automatic transmission. Look at how clean that engine bay is. You don’t see too many of these in such nice shape.



Source: Pro-touring

Honda K-Series Swap Guides

I came across two nice guides if you are interested in swapping a K20/K24 motor into your Civic or Integra.

This guide gives a checklist of every part you will need to complete the swap.

This guide is more detailed and also shows how to complete the swap as cheap as possible.

I will also start a swap guide page. You can find it in the top of the sit under the main menu.

Toyota AE86 Powered By A Supercharged 1UZ-FE


I do not know a lot about this project besides it is a 1984 Toyota AE86 powered by a 420 horsepower, supercharged 1UZ-FE and was built by Project 86 Drift Team out of Poland. If anyone has a build thread or more info please leave a comment.


Source: Projekt 86 Drift Team’s Facebook Page via OppositeLock

Ringbrothers’ LSx Powered 1972 Winnebago


At the 2014 Scottsdale Barrett-Jackson Auction the Ringbrothers purchased a 1972 Winnebago Brave. It was clear the RV had seen better days and the 318 cubic-inch Mopar V8 powering the RV had as well. So out went the old motor and in went a new Wegner Automotive built 6.0L LSx motor. What high horsepower RV is complete without a mini-bar in the back.



Source: Ringbrothers via Mothers Polish