The Professor gets to show of one of his cars. He brings out his VSE Cobra. This car features an all aluminum monocoque chassis, Big Block aluminum CHEVROLET, it just ends up having a Cobra body. We take a look and fire up the stock’ish 468 Chevrolet, well all 701hp worth…
Some specs –
Chevrolet 468 Aluminum Block, Aluminum Heads, Forged Crank, Billet Rods, Mechanical Roller Cam, 12:1 CR, AccuSump, Jessel Belt Drive, RaceMate Alternator/Waterpump
Older Doug Nash 5 Speed, 1:1 Final Drive, Tilton bell housing, 7.25″ dual disc ceramic clutch pack
Herb Adam’s VSE Aluminum Backbone frame (Monocoque)
Custom independent front geometry
S.C.P. Ford 9″ full floating axle, Strange Engineering 3.89 R&P
Coil overs 4 corners
Adam is on a roll, he unearths yet another gem from the collection, his 1989 BMW M3. You might be asking yourself “wait, is that two cars in a row that are German” Yep, seems we are on a roll. And as we say here at CarCast “Bitte Füllen Sie bitte den Tank”
Adam and Amir check out the ultra cool Spectre Performance El Camino. This 1970 custom ‘Camino features a late model Corvette LS7 Z06 engine with ‘some work’ done to it. Jimmy Shine at So-Cal did much to make this not only haul ass but handle on the track.
Adam and Steve check out the hot SMS 570X Challenger. Adam in a Dodge? Well no, it’s really a SMS 570X Supercharged 700hp Challenger. Steve also brings in his Daughters car the 2009 Mollypop Mustang with it hot pink paint and scenic roof.
And you thought that Adam has run out of Italian cars for the show, guess again! This weeks Featured car is Adam’s own Dino Ferrari 308GT4. This car has a small transverse mounted V8 and has some interesting features, including the Professors hot looking air filters.
**This car is currently for Sale on Ebay Starting 10/27/2009**
Special Guest Car and Race Driver this week. Duane Norman and his Datsun 510 Racer share his background and show off his special Datsun 510. Duane was in a racing accident that resulted in a spinal-cord injury that left him wheelchair bound. Well that was only for a short time, Duane built and ran a dune buggy and picked up his pilots license, but racing was still wanted to do and here we are with this weeks Racer Profile and Guest Car. Duane’s 510 with it’s custom control systems helps keep him at the front of the pack.