Pages from my recent old school HKS acquisition. For those who are enamoured with Toyotas 4A-GE motor check out the HKS 5A-GX in the AW11 MR2 and AE86. We also have the shrouded in legend HKS G54B DOHC Mitsubishi Astron motor that wasn’t just used in the Starion rally cars going by these pics of it in an offroad racing truck. Last pic is of the HKS twin charger kit for the Toyota 1G-GE motor which combines a turbocharger and a supercharger to give instant response and boost all the way through to redline. They also made these kits for the 4A-GE. Will post pics of that up in the future.
Bugatti Type 57 Aérolithe concept, 1935. Jean Bugatti’s original Aérolithe concept was the most advanced car of its time featuring an incredibly light magnesium bodywork (alas also highly inflammable) and a twin-cam supercharged engine. The first production Atlantic Coupé used parts from the Aérolithe and was sold to Victor Rothschild, 3rd Baron Rothschild. It is the car which now belongs to Peter Mullin of the Mullin Automotive Museum near Los Angeles. A replica of the Aérolithe (pictured) has also been created based on a regular Type 57 chassis (No. 15074)
Featuring 900 horsepower and a 6.4 liter supercharged engine. This Obsidian SG One Mustang is designed by CoupeR Design. It is a twin-supercharged, twin-intercooled 392 stroker engine with 900 horsepower. It has a Tremac transmission 5-speed manual. The wheels are 18” front and 20” Couper. The stopping power is derived from the 13.7” rotors together with 4-piston calipers.
There is a 3000 watt Kicker sound system, with 14 speakers with 5.1 Dolby Digital sound as well as a satellite radio. The computer system is paired with the 10.5” touch screen, and it has 60gb hard drive, navigation system, internet access and 2.4 GHz processor.