June 2013

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4 5 1. Grady Milner's awesome gold 1979 Pontiac Trans Am is a 41k-mile survivor with the WS6 package. 3. Only the hardcore Chevy truck guys would know that Jason Marascio's truck wasn't a factory option. He's added the earlier '02 front sheetmetal to his '05 for a half-ton crew cab Silverado that Chevy never made. They only made 3/4-ton heavy-duty trucks with 8-lug axles. Cool! 4. Todd Adams' All American Sunday Award-wining '10 Challenger from Flower Mound impressed with 22" wheels, SRT8 Hemi power, and a carbon fiber hood and trunk. The Hennessey-supercharged 6.2L under the hood of Alton Morris' 2010 Camaro was churning out 650hp. The Hennessey HPE 650 upgrade includes their TVS2300 supercharger, CNC-ported heads, a special camshaft, dyno-tuning, exterior badging, and serial-numbered dash and engine plaques. He won an All American Sunday Award. 2. Bill Caron – Keller, TX – 2007 Shelby GT500. 5. Spring Lone Star Nationals 3 Beau Mauldin – Gainesville, TX – 1993 Chevy pickup. Milo Reyna says he built this truck for his little brother. It's a '77 Chevy C/10 with Raceline wheels, 350 power, and a leather interior with a trick speaker enclosure behind the seat. He won an All American Sunday Award. 7 6. Lloyd Collins' 2012 Boss 302 Mustang cruised back to Flower Mound with an All American Sunday Award. The high revving 5.0 kicks out over 400hp without the use of a supercharger and come equipped with 14" Brembo brakes, lightweight 19" wheels, and fully adjustable shocks. 7. Kevin Bochicchio – Euless, TX – 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8. WWW.GOOD-GUYS.COM ❙ 139 FORT WORTH, TEXAS 6

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