Fast N’ Loud has featured some incredible custom cars. However, off the screen, the cast themselves also drive some awesome machines.
The Gas Monkeys of Fast N’ Loud has turned countless run-down cars into pieces of art. The talent of Richard Rawlings and his team is why Fast N’ Loud became so popular among automobile fans. Although Fast N’ Loud has featured a lot of beautiful cars over the years, the cast themselves also own some awesome machines.
Richard and the rest of the cast of Fast N’ Loud share one thing in common: a vivid passion for awesome cars. And being part of one of the biggest automobile TV shows, they certainly know a thing or two about cars.
10 Richard Rawlings’ 1968 Shelby Mustang GT 350
Richard’s Shelby Mustang is one of his favorite cars, as he and the Gas Monkeys built it with all the details in mind. The car itself features bigger off-road tires, a great sound system, and fog lamps. The Shelby Mustang might just be a car for most people, but for avid car lovers like him, this vehicle is on the top of his list among the cars found in his garage.
It’s a classic car with everything a man could ever dream of, making it the perfect ride to take to the beach on those sunny summer days. Richard has a special place in his heart for his 1968 Shelby Mustang GT.
9 Dennis Collins’ Black Mountain Jeep
Dennis’ Black Mountain Jeep is a special kind of Jeep equipped for off-roading. The truck features brush guards, gauge clusters, and a lift kit. Everything in the Black Mountain Jeep is durable and sturdy, which is perfect for an all-terrain vehicle.
Dennis decided to make a brand of off-road parts and accessories for Jeeps, and to this day, Black Mountain is still producing high-quality parts for Jeeps at an affordable price.
8 Richard Rawlings’ 1967 Mustang Fastback
By far, Rawlings’ 1967 Mustang Fastback is one of the most well-preserved Mustang Fastbacks out there.
Richard’s Mustang only has around 43,000-miles on the clock, and the car looks and feels like it’s brand new. Richard restored his Mustang Fastback with the help of the Gas Monkey crew. He claimed that the car is “100% original,” and it’s one of his favorite possessions.
7 Dennis Collins’ 1990 7-Up Special Edition Ford Mustang
This limited version of the convertible Mustang was initially produced for a giveaway at the ’90s NCAA basketball finals. Luckily for Mustang fans, the giveaway was canceled and Ford built over 5,000 of these models to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the car.
Dennis got his 7-Up Special Edition Ford Mustang in almost brand-new condition; the previous owner never bothered to use it. The car still had the protective plastic on its seats and shipping information, with only 16 miles on it.
6 KC Mathieu’s Frankenstein Ford F-Series Truck
KC Mathieu was the painter at Gas Monkey Garage. In one episode, the Gas Monkey crew decided to restore a rusty 1968 Ford F100. The work on the 1968 Ford F100 was so impressive, that KC Mathieu bought it.
The truck—now named “Frankenstein”—features a Ford Racing 5.0 Aluminator crate engine and Eaton Truetrac diff. KC Mathieu’s Frankenstein got his name thanks to its metallic green color. The paint job on this truck is outstanding; even KC Mathieu claimed it’s one of his best jobs to date.
5 Aaron Kaufman’s 1963 Ford Falcon
The Ford Falcon is an undisputed icon from the ’60s and one of the best classic race cars ever produced. Aaron Kaufman’s Ford Falcon features a plethora of upgrades so he could race it up Pikes Peak.
The pearly white paint job on the Ford Falcon is also something to admire, and it extends to the roll cage inside the car. However, Aaron Kaufman eventually put the car up for auction.
4 Richard Rawlings’ Jaguar XK120 Roadster Replica
Richard’s replica of the Jaguar XK120 is impressive and arguably, better than the original model. Richard’s crew decided to build this replica using mostly Ford parts, including a V8 engine and a 4-speed gearbox.
Instead of using the body of an original Jaguar XK120, Richard’s crew decided to use a fiberglass body. The Jaguar is a glamorous convertible, perfect for late-night city drives.
3 Dennis Collins’ Earls Court Motor Show Car, Goldie
Goldie is a British sports car originally designed to advertise the 1958 London Motor Show at Earls Court. Also known as “The Golden Child,” it’s a roadster built with the most refined and expensive materials. Goldie’s first appearance was on the Austin-Healey stand in the 1958 London Motor Show.
Shortly after its first appearance, Goldie was sold to an enthusiastic fan for £4,000, which is over $5,400. Dennis Collins bought it from its original owner, and he states that Goldie is the best Austin-Healey ever produced.
2 Richard Rawlings’ 1970 Dodge Challenger
Richard’s Dodge Challenger has a modern supercharged engine with over 700 horsepower, which makes it capable of reaching the 60 mph mark in under 4 seconds.
Richard’s Dodge Challenger is the perfect mix of a classic car with modern capabilities.
1 Dennis Collins’ 2013 Lamborghini Super Trofeo
The Lamborghini Super Trofeo features a 5.2-liter V10 engine and Dennis Collins managed to get his hands on one of these rare beasts.
But Dennis couldn’t drive the Lamborghini Super Trofeo right after he got it; it wasn’t street legal and it needed some adjustments.
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