I hate to steal pictures from another blog, but I seriously have to share some pictures of what I believe to be some of the most beautiful cars ever made. American Muscle is what comes to mind when someone talks about cars during the late 60′s and 70′s. Fully reflecting the dominating superpower of America during that era, the American Muscle car was raw and uncouth. To the west, across the Pacific Ocean, cars were being produced that were absolutely beautiful, full of panache and personality.
Absolutely all photo credit goes to 1013MM / John Zhang and his wonderful photography.
Hello, my name is Harrison. I have been welcomed to the Lazy Rocket team as the new writer for the blog. I have always been an avid car nut, ever since I started playing Gran Turismo 2 at a friend’s house, way back in the day. I hope to bring my love for all things cars and automotive to this blog. Lazy Rocket is a great up and coming name in the car scene and I am delighted to be a part of the team.
This is my humble little ride. Nothing special, but I show it to let people know of my background in cars. It is currently getting overhauled, and getting a whole new look to it. Currently I am in the tC scene, most notably the “Stance” side of things. But there is much more to my love for automobiles than just low cars with wide wheels…
Lately I have been obsessed with the Ford Mustang Boss 302.
The Mustang has such a rich heritage. Sure, the model through some rough years, but as of late, it has been coming back to its roots. The new Boss 302 is not just a heavy and burly muscle car, a car only suitable for the quarter mile (as Mustangs were before it). Instead, this pony is quite nimble. 444 Horsepower and 380 ft. lbs. of torque is not all the car has to offer; also, a stiffer, adjustable track suspension is added, as a new electronic steering system, and of course, 14 inch, 4-piston Brembo brakes. It even comes with two keys, one programmed for standard driving, and the other programmed for the track. No longer does the M3 dominate the track.