Check out the MotorCrush featured profiles of the week!
Every week the MotorCrush team picks from the most interesting profiles that we see checked-in on the LIVE feed.
Do you want to be featured? Then make sure you check- in your car every day! You can also increase your chances by including pictures of your ride and having all of its stats filled out.
CAR OF THE WEEK
1970 Dodge Super Bee owned by Don Adams.
Check out this gorgeous, fully restored 1970 Dodge Super Bee. From what we see in Don’s photo gallery, he has fully restored the car from top to bottom with remarkable craftsmanship. The car is definitely a showstopper with its deep purple paint and 70s era body lines. The car is not all looks, however; it has a beast under the hood that produces 500 hp. The powerful engine is matted to a 4 speed transmission to tie together the classic muscle car-feel. You can see more of Don’s Super Bee on his MotorCrush profile. Make sure to drop him a like and follow while you’re there!
MOD OF THE WEEK
SR Performance short throw shifter on a 1995 Ford Mustang owned by Nathanael Losch.
A short throw shifter changes the fulcrum point of your shifter, and is the center pivoting point from which the shifter is mounted. A result of this is a decrease in the distance you have to move the shifter to switch from gear to gear (also known as “throw”). A shorter throw means that you can switch gears faster, thus reducing your acceleration time. Overall, a short throw shifter was a solid performance mod for Nathanael to install on his mustang. If you liked this mod, make sure to drop Nathanael a like and follow on MotorCrush.
CAR BIO OF THE WEEK
“First car I bought myself. Love taking it to the track every now and then. Always looking to cruise, meet up, or even race. Gonna put some performance mods into it in the near future.”
– Thomas Palczuk on his 2010 Infiniti G37x Sport Coupe.
Thank you for sharing your car bio with us, Thomas! Like Thomas, most MotorCrush users are also always down to meet for a cruise, but you may just not know it. That’s why we created the check in feature on the LIVE feed page, so when you are actively looking for a meet you can check in and let others know how far away you are. This allows them to see if you are in the area and message you if they also want to meet up. So, next time you’re looking for a cruise, check in and keep an eye out for Thomas!.
DRIVER BIO OF THE WEEK
“The Jeep (wifey car) and Ford (Mariah) are both dailies. The Honda (Demi) was lost in an accident 🙁 Recently moved from Utah to Missouri.”
– Saleaula Key
Thank you for sharing your bio with us, Saleaula! We love learning more about our users and the cars they drive. We are very sorry to hear about your loss. Demi is in a better place now, one where E85 flows likes rushing rivers and potholes don’t exist. You can still find Demi’s page on Saleaula’s MotorCrush profile if you care to pay your respects and drop a like.
PIC OF THE WEEK
2008 Ford Mustang owned by Cody Watson.
This majestic Mustang is seeking shade under low hanging palms. It sits next to jungle brush that, given enough time, would encompass the car entirely. If you enjoyed this photo, make sure to shoot Cody a like on MotorCrush.
MOTORCRUSH TIP OF THE WEEK
Are you looking for people to cruise with this car season? A great way to meet fellow enthusiasts in your area is by checking in your car every day on MotorCrush. When you check in, you let other MotorCrush users know your distance from them. Now other users who may not be checked in, but are also looking for others to cruise with, can shoot you a message to meet up.
Check out the previous Profiles of the Week here and follow MotorCrush Team on the app to get a view into some of our favorite garages, drivers, cars and more