Ken Block unveiled his latest Gymkhana seven car at the SEMA show in Las Vegas yesterday. It took two years to create the world’s first performance all-wheel drive 1965 Ford Mustang notchback. The car is based on the 1965 Ford Mustang notchback and was heavily modified by RTR and ASD Motorsports to feature a 410 cubic inch Roush Yates V8, with a total of 845 hp, mated to a one-off Sadev all-wheel drive system. What a beast!
What do you think of the new creation?
Scott Yancey might not exactly qualify under "super celebrity" status but he does star on A&E's television series, Flipping Vegas. Yancey also loves cars and we've featured a few of them on the blog before but his latest addition is this Ford Raptor. It looks like the Raptor comes in handy for hauling his mountain bikes but it probably comes in handy for those house flipping projects too!
Mike Wolfe seems to be building and acquiring cars like none other. I guess it kinda comes with the territory when you are on the show American Pickers. Last time it was his 59 Flathead. This time it sounds like he has Kirk Brown from Crafty B to create a 36 Ford Delivery Truck. By the looks of it, it will keep with the Mike Wolfe style with lots of rust and patina.
Baseball players don't always strike me as those I would expect to have over the top cars but after seeing what George Kottaras has done with his Ford Raptor, I would say that the Ford Raptor is about what I would expect baseball player to drive!
Last month, Aaron Paul showed up to the Need For Speed Hollywood premier in his classic Ford Torino and even took it for a ride down the red carpet, but it looks like the Torino isn't just for special occasions -- Paul was spotted cruising around Los Angeles in his classic ride this weekend too. Wether he's driving around in his Lamborghini Aventador or this Ford Torino, he's definitely turning some heads.