The Subaru boxer has a huge following and is one of the hottest Japanese motors to tune. Fugi Heavy Industries maker of Subaru vehicles first introduced their flat 4 cylinder engine in 1966. The first flat engines were considered quirky and were not to popular at first. As the boxer evolved over the years with its flat four and flat six engines Subaru performance vehicles has made a serious name for its self. With many Subaru championships ranging from the World Rally Manufactures Championship,various road racing leagues, and drag racing events you find boxer platforms under the hood. Compared to other modified four and six cylinders these Subaru engines have a sound like no other.
The 57 Ford Thunderbird is part of its first generation family which was from 1955-1957. The T-Bird was made as Fords answer to the Chevy Corvette. Ford did not choose to put the T-bird in the sports car category as the Vette but created its own class the “ personal luxury car”. These T-Birds are some of the most classy looking American cars ever made.Its very easy to spot one of these classics, you cant help but to notice the signature hood scoop,rear fins,open grill, and the bubble windows. If your looking to own one of these classics you may have a tuff time finding one and they are worth some money these days. A great alternitive is owning a 2002-2005 model T-Bird that shares the same classic styling with all the modern luxurys.
TJ@FTPerformace is our forum member of the week! TJ is the owner of FTPerformance and is one of our affiliate sites here as well. TJ is one of our senior members on our forum and FTPerormance is a speed shop based out of Gardendale,AL. FTP builds all kinds of cars for their customers and specializes in LSX performance. The car above is TJ’s built Lt1 powered Formula Firebird and the lady is Amanda a.k.a (Fbodyhottie). Amanda is a upcoming model and also turns wrenches with TJ at FTPerformance. Amanda also has a fast 2000 Trans Am that has many guessing whats under the hood.
Just as every other dreamer before him, Felix Wankel designed the rotary engine with the idea of changing the world. Following in Felix’s footsteps is a rather young sheep farmer by the name of Thomas Westberg-Croessmann, who took the idea of changing the world, combined it with a 1993 Mazda Rx-7, and made it much, much sexier.