'68 Mustang Phil Gorny • Novi, MI Gone in 60 Seconds has probably motivated more people to build a fastback Mustang than any movie since Bullitt. Phil Gorny is one of the inspired ones, and procured a fairly clean fastback from eBay to build his Eleanor. Since Phil appens to have an artist's touch with fiberglass, perfectly molding the body kit to the steel was simple enough, and he added in his own touches to make his car unique, such as making all the scoops functional, flush mounting the taillights, and creating his own roll pan and exhaust tips. A good deal of the difficult work is already finished, and he's shooting for having the Mustang on the road in time for the Woodward Dream Cruise this summer.

By The Numbers
Engine: 427ci small-block Ford, Pro1 heads, Pro Systems carb, custom cam, forged crank and rods
Trans: Tremec TKO 600 five-speed
Suspension: Total Control Products coilovers and rack and pinion up front, QA1 coilovers and custom 1-inch sway bar in the rear
Brakes: SSBC Force 10 discs front and rear
Rearend: Martz Engineering narrowed 9-inch with Moser axles and 4.11 gears
Wheels: 18x7 and 19x10
Tires: 215/40R18 and 295/35R19 BFGoodrich G-Force KDW
Future plans: The Hot Rod Power Tour is on the list for future events the Mustang will attend, as well as various track days.

'72 Camaro RS Scott Olsgard Marysville, CA On the hunt for a new project, Scott Olsgard ran across this '72 Rally Sport Camaro tucked away in a barn where it had sat untouched for years. After purchasing it, Scott actually got it running and drove it to the body shop where the stripping began. Unfortunately, that barn must have leaked because nearly every panel on the car had to be replaced, even the roof. The driver-side door and fender did make it, however. The arduous bodywork is nearly finished and it should be covered in GM white with silver stripes by the time you read this.

By The Numbers
Engine: 350ci crate engine, rated at 400hp
Trans: TH-350
Suspension: stock with PST polygraphite bushings
Brakes: Brutestop performance rotors up front, stock drums in the rear
Rearend: 10-bolt with posi diff
Wheels: 15x7 GM Rally
Tires: 276/50R15 Goodyear
Future plans: After three years of work, Scott is hoping to drive the Camaro to Hot August Nights in Reno, NV, this year.