First off, LS series engines are a new obsession of mine. If all goes well, I will own one within the next week or two. Secondly, I just so happen to own a Subaru Impreza. So, it seems fitting that I post up a video of an LS engine swapped Subaru. The video claims LS-2, but it’s actually a 6.0L LQ4 from what I understand. Be sure to crank your volume way up for this one. . . . → Read More: Video: LS Engine Swapped Subaru Impreza.
With the magic of the internet, I happened to land on his Cardomain page where he has posted up many examples of his metallic art work. It is a variety of hottness, ranging from custom exhaust and intake manifolds, to modified turbos, his own A4, and truly insane SL-C Monocoque project. . . . → Read More: Because Beautiful Welding Never Gets Old.
I always like to start off the first week after daylight savings time with a little bit o’ Vemag Candango. For just 850 bucks, you can grab your very own engineless rolling skeleton of one. Oh wait, I forgot, nobody actually knows what the heck a Jipe DKW-Vemag Munga Candango is. Let me explain…. . . . → Read More: The DKW-Vemag Munga Candango Carries Cows!
Today’s challenge is to guess which drag strip this is. Some may find this easy, others may find it impossible. I personally have a lot of faith in the 1A Auto Blog readers, so I bet that you guys figure it out within the 1st hour. Post up your guesses! . . . → Read More: Today’s Challenge: Guess That Drag Strip!
I love this car. That is all.
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The Silver Bullett actually began its life as two cars that were only vaguely related. The first being a Porsche 914, and the second being a rough looking 1955 356 continental coupe. Some purists weren’t too thrilled about the fact that Jeff cut up a rare ’55 356, but who knows, maybe the 356 was 1 step away from turning to dust? Let’s all step back for a moment, take a deep breath, and relax, shall we? . . . → Read More: The 1955 Porsche 356 `Silver Bullett`
Last year we had a fantastic car show on a beautiful summer day. There were about 140 car and we took hundreds and hundreds of pictures. Here are a few of them. If you want to see more, leave me a comment and let me know. I will then keep posting them up until you can’t possibly stand any more. Enjoy! . . . → Read More: Pictures From The 2010 1A Auto Car Show.