Lloyd Banks Ft. Juelz Santana – Beamer, Benz Or Bentley
Lloyd Banks Ft. Juelz Santana – Beamer, Benz Or Bentley
WCC is unveiling their latest creation the TRON AUDI. The TRON AUDI is the creation of Ryan Friedlinghaus owner of West Coast Customs and Noel Lee of Monster Cable. WCC took a $100,000 Audi R8 and turned it into a futuristic TRON inspired chrome Audi.
“Monster Cable approached me with a vision for a car based off of their new line of products that they created with Daft Punk for the TRON movie.” said Ryan Friedlinghaus CEO of West Coast Customs. “To take this car to the next level we gave it a full chromed paint job. (the first in North America to be done) To give this car the full hi tech TRON look when installed programmable LED’s through out the whole car. We placed them behind the grilles, along the rockers and in the air intakes at back. To make to make the car appear to be floating we took Polycast and made customized see thru wheels lit up by more LED’s. Finishing off the TRON feel we made the seats to look like the TRON suits, we sewn in light panels into the black leather seats. For the audio we added a 3 sub speaker box that lights up with the rest of the car also.”
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Alabama-based luxury bike manufacturer Confederate Motor Company has just unleashed its new P120 Fighter Combat motorcycle at the Quail Motorsports Gathering in Carmel, California. The bike features the company’s signature “pure and direct” form with an aircraft grade aluminum frame, extended swing-arm and futuristic design that is somewhat reminiscent of the Moto-Terminators. The P120 features all high-end components, almost exclusively designed by Confederate save for a few pieces such as the brakes which are sourced from Brembo. And with a 160 hp engine, it has more than enough power to boot. As the name somewhat implies, only 120 examples of the Confederate P120 Fighter Combat motorcycle will be produced.
ENGINE: Radial twin / 120 cubic inches
POWER: Rear wheel torque – 135 ft lbs | Rear wheel horse power – 160
DIMENSIONS: Wheel Base: 64 inches; Seat Height: 27 inches; Rake: 30 degrees; Trail: 4 inche; Weight: 460 lbs; Fuel: 4 gallons; Oil: 4.5 quarts
CHASSIS: CM design triple load path 6061 aircraft grade aluminum monocoque backbone, bulkhead, fuselage side plate construction; oil/fuel in frame
SWINGARM: CM design 6061 aircraft grade aluminum
FRONT END: CM design double wishbone machined from 6061 aircraft grade aluminum linked to aerodynamic dual lightweight tubular wing blades
PRIMARY: CM design; machined from 6061 aircraft grade aluminum; belt drive
TRANSMISSION: CM design vertical close ratio 5 speed
SUSPENSION: Race tech; low/high speed compression and rebound adjustable
BRAKES: Brembo high output race derived 4 piston technology; radial pumps; carbon, ceramic, aluminum matrix lightweight discs
WHEELS: CM design carbon fiber; Front: 19” x 3” Rear: 18” x 8”
GAUGES: Precision integrated analogue meter; warning, speed, RPM
IDENTIFICATION: Limited edition; each example is one of 120; fuselage, bulkhead, engine VIN
The Kevin Morgan Trans Am bodykit for the new Camaro is close to reality, with Trans Am Depot committing to production of Phoenix T/A conversion kits and a real-life concept dropping later this month.
You can read the good news in the press release in the next image and scroll through some of the formative design work Kevin did on this project.
Trans Am Depot will be offering body kits that will transform (lowly) Camaros into full-on screamin’ chicken Trans Ams! Based off Kevin Morgan’s original design(s), the Phoenix Trans Am kits will be unveiled at the 2009 Trans Am Nationals. And then you’ll have the chance to own a Trans Am that costs more than a Camaro but is just as fast. Hey – just sayin’. Fully detailed press release after the jump.
Source: Kevin Mongan
Great Video Of The Mustang Iacocca.
Automotive legend Lee Iacocca’s 2009 1/2 Iacocca Silver 45th Anniversary Edition Ford Mustang was recently revealed to the public, check out the video courtesy Iacocca.
Donk Cars are a type of highly customized automobile, typically an inexpensive American-built sedan modified by significantly increasing the ground clearance and adding large-diameter wheels with low-profile tires. Depending on the model and build year, autos customized in this manner can be labeled “donk,” “box,” or “bubble.”
Donks originally grew out of the Dirty South subculture, but the trend has spread across the United States. Vehicles customized in the hi-riser style are distinguished by their oversized (even disproportionate) rims, ranging from 22 inches to 30 inches or more in diameter, as well as fanciful custom paint-jobs and expensive audio equipment. Suspension modifications similar to those employed on lifted pickup trucks are made to give adequate clearance for the large rims. Often the suspension is modified so the front end sits slightly higher than the rear end, giving the car a swaggering appearance. Because of the exaggerated look gained from installing a lifted suspension and enormous rims, donks are also known as “hi-risers” or “sky-scrapers.”
The most popular vehicles for these types of modifications are full-size Chevrolet models, namely the Impala, Caprice, Monte Carlo, and Chevelle. There are three main sub-types of hi-riser, although the distinctions are blurred and open to debate. Most hi-riser enthusiasts agree that a “donk” traditional is a 1971 to 1976 Impala or Caprice. They were given this name due to their large rear end. Hence “badonka-donk”. To complement the sloping rear, the suspension of donks are frequently higher in the front end than the rear, resulting in a nose-up stance. Other hi-risers are usually raised evenly, resulting in a more or less level stance. A “box” is another sub-type of hi-riser, usually a 1977-1990-era Impala or Caprice with a boxy or squared-off front and rear end. Other models that are frequently made into hi-risers include the G-body Buick Regal, Oldsmobile Cutlass, El Camino, Pontiac Grand Prix, and Pontiac Bonneville.
Other vehicles gaining in popularity as Donks are the Cadillac DeVille and Seville, as well as the Buick Roadmaster. Also gaining in popularity are the Ford Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis, and Lincoln Town Car sedans. These three are the last full sized, body-on-frame, RWD sedans sold today. In fact, the Grand Marquis in particular is enjoying a slight sales surge due to the increasing popularity of buying them new and turning them into Donks.