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TRENDING RIDE OF THE WEEK
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1
owned by Tim B
BUILD STATUS: Ongoing
VEHICLE BIO: “Father daughter project that is still being built. Story was featured in April 2018 Mustang Monthly”
COLOR: Candy apple red
ENGINE: 428 Cobra Jet
We spotted this candy apple red Mach 1 at the top spot on the Trending feed and we had to share it with the community. This car isn’t just a desirable and collectable car, it’s also a stunning work of automotive engineering and design; most notably thanks to its powerful 428 Cobra Jet Engine and retro styling. Tim brought this Stang back to life with the help of his two daughters, pictured above standing next to 428 the engine block. We can’t think of a better way to spend some father and daughter bonding time than wrenching together on a classic Mustang. Make sure you show these guys some love and drop a like on Tim’s profile via the link above.
Note: Link only works for Android users. IOS users can search for Tim’s profile via the Live Feed search bar.
FEATURED EVENT OF THE WEEK
Wheels & Wings – Classic Car Show & Airplane Expo
Paradise Airport – 4405 Airport Road Paradise, CA
DATE AND TIME: September 9th, 6pm-10pm
EVENT DESCRIPTION: “A Classic European and Domestic Car Show and Airplane Expo on the runway at Paradise Airport. Featuring live music from Northern California’s hottest band – Decades, gourmet fare from the region’s top caterers, 4 no-host bars including margaritas, martinis, wine & beer, and More! A fun evening to dance & dine under the stars! Proceeds benefit the Rotary Club of Paradise and the Northern California Ballet.”
FEATURED BUILD OF THE WEEK
2015 Subaru STI Limited
owned by CJ Herrera
DRIVER BIO: “Another car guy out in the scene. I’m active duty Military stationed in Chico, CA as an Army recruiter”
CAR BIO: Everything is upgraded besides the heads. I can’t fit the full list of mods in bio haha. If you have questions hit me up on here or Instagram. IG: aztek_subie
BUILD STATUS: Break-in process
UPGRADES: Cobb AP, IAG stage 2 tuff block, IAG air pump block off plates, IAG top feed v3 fuel rail, IAG braided fuel lines, IAG TGV deletes, IAG AOS street, ARP head studs, Killer B oil pick up, Killer B oil baffle, Killer B holy headers 4 to 1 ELH, Cobb flex fuel package (FPS & flex sensor), Forced Performance HTZ green 84mm, FP HTZ green turbo inlet, Visconti Speed density IAT kit, Competition stage 2 clutch with lightweight flywheel, Revel VLS gauges AFR/oil temp/oil pressure, Mishimoto sandwich plate adapter, Cobb 4bar MAP sensor, iWire fuel pump wiring kit, Walbro 450 lph fuel pump, Radium Engineering micron fuel filter with heat dissipation, ID 1340x injectors, Invidia turboback exhaust (catless downpipe & r400 catback), Grimmspeed up-pipe, Tial 38mm EWG at 14lb, Grimmspeed EBCS, Cobb FPR, ETS titanium intake, NGK iridium IX 2309 gapped at .024, Torque Solutions torque mount, HKS SQV3, Perrin FMIC license plate relocation, Airlift 3P suspension, Whiteline adjustable rear lower control arms, Morimoto C lights with DRLs, tail to turn module, and a set of SSR spectrum silver SP5 3-piece wheels (pending install).
ENGINE TYPE: IAG Stage 2 tuff block EJ257 forged
Thank you for sharing your build with us, CJ! If you can’t tell already by its aggressive stance and aero upgrades, this car is highly modified. It is so built that CJ couldn’t list all the upgrades in his profile. So if you want more details, you’ll have to shoot him a message via the profile link above. While you’re there, make sure you drop him a like and follow!
PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE WEEK
2007 Mazda MX5
shot by Jensen Litke
An absolutely stunning shot from Jensen Litke. The photo has great composition; the pavement and mountains are balanced evenly and they converge on the MX5 as the image’s focal point. If you liked this shot as much as we did, make sure you drop Jensen a like and follow!
MOTORCRUSH TIP OF THE WEEK
You can already list an impressive amount of information on your ride’s Details page, from the type of Transmission to amount of Torque. Now, you can let your followers know it’s For Sale Status. Whether you’re putting it on the market, waiting for the right offer, or never parting with it, here’s one more way to share your ride with the community.
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