If anybody knows how to turn a classic Mustang into something completely different, it’s the Hoonigan crew. Ken Block’s 1400 horsepower twin-turbo Hoonicorn contains about as many parts of the 1965 six-cylinder automatic it used to be as a 2018 Mustang, making this flared ’66 seem almost stock from certain angles. Like, from the top, maybe on a cloudy day. Or a smokey one.
Mike Maier is a suspension guy who spent eight years developing his rocker arm system with its interchangeable profile plates. His ’66 Mustang started out as a car for his wife, gradually turning into a street racer that can give huge horsepower autocross cars a run for their money.