1967 Pontiac GTO

As this not the custom car but this one is my personal favorite American muscles. Starting life as an option package for the 1963 Pontiac LeMans, the GTO became its own model series in 1966. Model year 1967 was the last year of this first-generation look with the stacked headlight design, and is showcased here. Standard equipment included bucket seats, a walnut-grained dash panel, duel exhaust, and a beefy suspension. A look under the hood found a bigger 400 cid motor than the prior year’s 389. Pontiac also went from a tri-power (three 2bbls) carb setup to a single 4bbl for the 1967 edition. The top performance option in 1967 was the 400 HO, rated at 360 hp at 5,100 rpm. Adding the Ram Air induction option slightly increased peak rpm. These GTOs typycally ran the quarter-mile in the low 14s. Almost 82,000 GTOs were sold in 1967, 13,872 of which had the 400 HO, with Ram Air installed in only 751 of these units.

1933 Ford Coupe

The model in the picture is one of the Factory Five Racing’s 33 Hot Rod kits. All you do is buy the kit, add engine/gearbox, wheels/tyres and paint, oh and a couple hundred hours to build it and you end up with this amazing hot rod. Original 33’s are still out there, but this is one of the most cost effective ways to get a hot rod in your garage. As this is the real thing the real HotRod car fully customized from a scratch. So what is a Hot Rod?it’s modding a car with a big engine, massive horsepower and torque, and setting it up for some serious speed.

Mercedes SL 600

You must have seen merc sl 600 but this new Mercedes is extreme in a whole new way. It was extremely time consuming to build. Even though SEMA wasn’t the first time the public saw this SL 600, it still got a ton of attention. How could you miss is with over 300,00 Swarovski crystals covering the exterior. Even the interior got some crystal accents. At least you will never lose your car at night anymore. As you can see the whole exterior is covered with crystals so if you own such car than you would be driving in crystals with big power under the hood. The wheels i.e the rims is also chrome plated so with such modification it is even costlier than bugatti.

 

1950 “Mercules”

All the way from Australia comes a custom 1950 Mercury. This blue beauty has seen over 175 body modifications to get where it is today, one of which chopped off 4 inches of headroom. Adding to the already outstanding combination is a 6.8 liter supercharged V10. That potent power-plant drives the 1950 Mercules to the front of the line when it comes to custom hot rods. After such customization this beauty will rule the road with it’s power,custom rims,all the body modification etc.