The "Old Crow" Belly tank, Bonneville 2010 - photo by Coby (www.carsnotculture.com)
#Ferrari 250 GTO, 1962, #italiandesign
American ex-naval mechanic Art Arfons drove “Green Monster” (powered by a General Electric J79 F-104 Starfighter jet engine, producing 17,500 lbf (78 kN) static thrust with a four-stage afterburner), to 434.356 mph / 665.231 km/h (m) 434.022 mph / 664.694 km/h (km) on the Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, USA (7 Oct 1964)
GOLDEN SUB This is Dan Webb’s modern interpretation of Harry Miller’s Golden Submarine from 1917 that was originally built for Barney Oldfield. It was fantastically advanced for its day: aerodynamic with an enclosed body. Designed by Thom Taylor Built by Webb Automotive Art
Honoring Mickey Thompson, First American to 400 M.P.H.
Mickey Thompson's 4 engined Challenger 1. First car to break the 400 m.p.h. mark, and it was hand built in his garage.