Do you remember back in March of this year, I posted a badass, blacked out Porsche 911 GT3?
Well, I finally got the chance to see the car in person, take the photos you see above, and yes, I even got to drive it around for a while! I don’t have to tell you how good of a driver it is because if you follow this blog, then you know.
The owner of the GT3, Seung, went through a lot to get the car and the black Volk TE37’s, and he’s had it for 5 years now. With the classic looks, amazing performance, and bulletproof mechanics, it’s the type of car you never, ever sell, and if you do, you sell it to me ;)
We took the car to Weehawken, NJ, the supposed location for the 2013 (or beyond) Grand Prix to test out the streets selected to become the track. And well, the conclusion is a (long) story for another day.
Nineteen Sixty-Four Black Cat
This 1970 model Pontiac Firebird by All Speed Customs (ASC), is another ground up build but this one is intended to be a high-performance daily driver.
To some, the ‘70 Firebird is considered one of the best bodied Firebirds ever to hit the road and ASC made it even better. It has an impressive list of features including an in-house built 454cu Pontiac twin turbo EFI engine, a DSE suspension, Wilwood brake kit, Tremec transmission, a brand new custom leather interior with racing seats & stereo system, and tons more.
Some seriously well thought out body modifications give the car an updated look while still keeping it’s classic muscle shape. It’s an amazingly thorough build which keeps the soul of this bird alive, but gives it a bit more fire. It has plenty of experience on the street & track and all 1200hp is intended to be used daily.
You can see more build photos here.