In our latest TREMEC user spotlight, we take a look at Scott Spencer and his home-built Factory Five Racing Cobra replica.
Factory Five Racing is a company that enables enthusiasts to build cars with component car kits. One of their most popular is the Factory Five Mk4 Roadster, which is a reproduction of the legendary 427 Cobra. Read More “Scott Spencer’s Factory Five Cobra”
A regular feature on the TREMEC blog is a spotlight on the people behind the wheel of #TREMECequipped vehicles. We share stories about their vehicle and why they enjoy shifting gears for themselves and working the third pedal. This month’s customer spotlight is on Bill Armstrong and his Magnum 6-speed–equipped 1966 Ford Fairlane 500. Read More “Bill Armstrong’s TREMEC-Equipped 1966 Ford Fairlane 500”
This 1999 Ford Mustang was bought as a rolling shell eight months before the 2017 NMRA Spring Break Shootout which included the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout. Anthony Heard and his crew then thrashed on the shell until it was ready to make some test runs a few weeks before the race. Their to-do list included installing the roll cage and drivetrain, body work, painting, wiring and plumbing to make it street- and race-worthy. Read More “Anthony Heard’s 9-Second 1999 Mustang”
As part of our new TREMEC Blog, we’ll be taking a look at some of our customer’s TREMEC-equipped vehicle, starting with Jeff Smith and his 2004 Mustang Cobra.
Jeff is a regular competitor in the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout held at select National Mustang Racing Association (NMRA) events. The Stick Shift Shootout is open to any TREMEC-equipped competitor entered in the NMRA’s True Street class. Read More “TREMEC Customer Spotlight – Jeff Smith and his 2004 Cobra Mustang”