MotorCrush COMMUNITY FEATURES – OCT 5

A photo of a 1967 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow by Colin Melanson. The shot is a side angle shot of the silver car.FEATURED CAR OF THE WEEK

1967 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow owned by Colin Melanson.

This car oozes class from the soft leather interior to the vintage exterior. Rolls-Royce has been defining luxurious travel for many years-and this car is a perfect example.. A great driving experience coupled with great looks-it seems only fit that it has the largest production volume of any rolls Royce. It was produced from 1965-1980 with a total of 30,057 examples. Check-out the rest of Colin Melanson’s garage on the MotorCrush app.

 

 

This is a screen grab of aTurbo XS front mount intercooler on a 1995 Toyota Supra owned by Isaiah Stewart. FEATURED MOD OF THE WEEK

Turbo XS front mount intercooler on a 1995 Toyota Supra owned by Isaiah Stewart.

Mod of the week goes to Isaiah Stewart and his self-installed front mount intercooler on his 1995 supra. If you want to see more of Isiah’s mods, you can check out his profile on MotorCrush.

 

 

 

 

 

This is a picture of a white with black stripes 2017 Ford GT350R explained in the car bio that follows.FEATURED CAR BIO OF THE WEEK

“Very limited car. One of the best exhaust notes you will hear! Chassis number 66. A beautiful riding Shelby Cobra.”

– Rob Revoy about his 2017 Ford GT350R

This is the ultimate GT350. It has 90 more horse power than the mustang GT and costs four times as much as your average mustang. It even comes with a line lock feature! Let’s just say that this car was built for car enthusiasts. So what makes it stand out from your ordinary GT350? Added aerodynamics, upgraded tires, carbon fiber rims, and a slightly sportier suspension/handling. The only real way to know it is a true GT350R is by the badge on the dashboard. Thanks for sharing this rare Shelby with us.

 

 

This is a screen grab of a driver bio written by Glenn Hanlon about his interaction with cars.FEATURED DRIVER BIO OF THE WEEK

“Car enthusiast with an eye for classic American but loves anything with a turbo and an ECU he can play with.”

– Glenn Hanlon

We are right there with you Glenn! There are so many options when deciding what type of car is your favorite, it is almost impossible to pick just one. Each offers a different experience than is not able to be replicated.

 

 

 

This is a night shot of a 2007 Mazda Speed 6 owned by Jared Collins under neon street lights.FEATURED PIC OF THE WEEK

2007 Mazda Speed 6 owned by Jared Collins

Great shot Jared! We love how the neon glow casts over the bodylines on your speed 6. To see more of Jared’s ride check-out his profile on MotorCrush.