Joined 12 years ago from East Coast Mid Atlantic
Following American Performance Cars, Musclecars, & Mixed Martial Arts action via HubPages, YouTube, StreetFire and nedaCFilms' website's StreetShowDriftDrags and Mustang-Town.
Featuring History, Rants, Road Tests, Shootouts, Resourses and Research on Domestic Late-Model American Iron Ponycars like the Camaro Z28, Firebird Formula & Trans Am, Mustang GT & SVT Cobra, GM's Global GTO (aka- Holden) and Hemi Challenger...
Road Racing from the American Iron series and Camaro-Mustang Challenge... American Drifting action... The age old, Camaro VS Mustang Street racing match-ups, and new age Domestic VS Import Battles...
~Trae King @ nedaCFilms
4 months ago
The hottest 3rd Gen Camaro IROC-Z, the G92-code performance-optioned 5.0 TPI 5-speed model, was stacked with performance goodies from the factory and gave the 5.0 Mustang everything it could handle!
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