Inside, the goal was to keep things as simple as possible. Despite the fancy seats, the da
So what's next for this self-professed oddball of a car builder? "Right now, I'm working on an '81 Turbo Trans Am. No one really likes those late second-gen shovelnose cars, and they were such turds from the factory that they have the potential to really catch people off guard," he explains. "I plan on building a twin-turbo LS9 for it and shooting for 1,500 hp." Just when we thought Jeff had reached the pinnacle of purposeful outlandishness with this Cutlass, he may just top himself yet again with his next project. Nonetheless, with its mysterious aversion to hopping up and down, this Barrio Gold Oldsmobile continues to prove that multiplying two "negatives" does indeed yield a positive. Who says you'd never use this algebra junk in the real world, anyway?
When fitting an LS7 into a muscle car, many people ditch the factory dry sump for a more c
From beneath the car, the additional space provided by the Schwartz frame is clearly evide
The 442-style ram-air hood retains its functionality. Although we've made a few cracks abo