Jonathan Ward brings by a couple of ICON 4×4’s. The FJ40 inspired from the Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser and the ICON CJ3B which has it styling cues from the ‘iconic’ 1940’s Willys Jeep. These are not restored vehicles but scratch built by ICON with many modern features.
Actor (and notable Long Beach Celebrity racer) Brian Austin Green brings down is fantastic looking 1966 Mustang Fastback. The car has had a end to end restoration with some nice resto-mod additions all while keeping the car nice and original.
We get a special treat this week. Toluca Lake Classic Motorsports brings down a restored McLaren M6B to the shop as well as Lotus USA bringing down a 2010 Evora. We take a close look at the cars, lift the panels, and fire it up. Nothing like the sound of high compression and open exhaust. At the other end of the spectrum, a new 2010 Evora. We take a peek at both of the cars.
We take a look at the Spyker C8 Laviolette. This is one of the most detail oriented performance cars you will see. It stand apart from the crowd with a balance of performance and fine attention to details that you don’t often see in any automobile produced today.
Adam finally brings out his supercharged M3 E46. He and OSH (Racemarque Systems) take you for a quick tour of the car.
Adam, Sandy and Steve Dinan take a look at his latest creation. This stroked M3 puts down 527hp without turbos or a blower! This car is a daily driver, with many subtle changes that add increased performance, handling and looks which is all the magic you get when Dinan does a car.
Adam and Sandy show off a couple of the new Hurst performance vehicles with Nate Shelton and Chris Phillips. We take a look at the 2010 Dodge Challenger and the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. Both have some extra equipment tucked under the hood to help in the horsepower department. A double retro, cars and the classic Hurst style. Enjoy!
Well, not exactly. Courtney Hanson brings in a Thunderbird, her DB9 Convertible, and Ace and Ganz take the opportunity to show off their Aston Martin’s. Curiously the Thunderbird does not make it into to many of the pictures