GTSparkplug Cars - Sandy Ganz Cars
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This is my 1965 Fastback Mustang. It's commonly known as 'The Ripper'. It got it's name from a friend of mine when I first put it together and he commented on how the exhaust 'Rips' when you accellerate, now you know!
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The is one of the best looking 'Race Cars' ever designed. The Ford GT40. This 'Tribute' car will full aluminum monocoque chassis was developed by the fine folks at Race Car Replicas (RCR) out of Michigan. This is powered by a dry sump aluminum small block Ford.
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Herb Adams VSE Cobra
This brutal beast is a VSE Cobra Replica. It has a full aluminum monocoque chassis, but is powered by something that old Carol Shelby might be rolling over in his grave, an aluminum Big Block 454 Chevrolet.
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What is that cute looking car doing here? Well it's a 1966 Sunbeam Tiger with all the glory of burnt up Lucas wiring and crappy front suspension. Currently powered by a 260 Ford V8, but hopefully that will change soon. This car is named aptly 'Tony', and yes it would have to be painted like the cartoon Tony the Tiger with the words 'Their Grrreat' on the side.
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Aston Martin DB7GT
This is something a bit out of class for me. I Didn't know how to pay for it, but I was going to get one. I think this car has some of the best looking lines of about any car I have seen. This is of course the 2003 Aston Martin DB7 GT which only a small amount were made until they rolled out it's big brother the DB9. This car is aptly named 'The Count' as in Dracula.
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This is my 2003 Ford Ford Power Stroke Excursion Limited. I purchased it new in 2003. This car is sometimes called the 'Jolly Green Giant'. It features the awesome Ford/Navistar/International 7.3L Powerstroke (or is it Power Stroke) Diesel. This is the first car that I had left dead stock until the warranty ran out at 100k miles. One of the best and most reliable cars I have owned.
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