Webb Automotive Art's Modern interpertation of the Golden Submarine built by Dan Webb Hand made Aluminium body, Ford Racing 4 cylinder Zetec ZX3 crate engine (175hp alcohol fueled), total weight is less than 500kg.
The performance-parts manufacturer Ring Brothers brought at the SEMA show 2013 their carbon fiber body for 1965-66 Ford Mustang Fastback, 2-inches wider than stock, in addition to their debuting 1965 Ford Mustang "Blizzard". Usually their builds have a paint finish, and they wanted to show the huge work behind it.
The beast is completed with huge HRE wheels and a Supercharged V8. Ring Brothers sell each piece individually or a custom chassis with the complete package.
Photographer Bernd Kammerer takes us on a ride in a beautifully restored Maserati 250f, through the streets of Hamburg, Germany. While he was at it, he took some pictures too (because that’s what photographers do). The pictures remind me of the simpler times of the 1950’s (I’m assuming they were simpler) and the simple cars that were so much more than the cars we drive today.
Now a little more about the beautiful Maserati 250f, the car pictured by Bernd Kammerer is one of only 26 cars produced and was built to win races, in style. The Maserati 250f is powered by a 2.5 liter Maserati A6 straight-six engine, producing 220 bhp at 7,400 rpm. The 250f won eight grand prix races and was once piloted by Juan Manuel Fangio.
Original 1907 £2500 project for Sir George Abercromby, with an SB4 Corsa chassis and 4 cylinder 18000 engine.
After the explosion of the engine in 1922, Sir Ernst Elridge bought the remains for £25 and decided to stretch the chassis by 50cm and use a Fiat airplane engine.