Fuel Curve’s Top 10 Stories of the Year #6
Editor’s Note: In this countdown series we are reviewing our favorite ten stories of 2017, stories you may have missed or enjoyed so much you wouldn’t mind seeing them again. We have been here just seven and a half months but it seems like much longer. Scouring the globe to find the coolest cats, cars, and trucks, we have successfully established this platform to showcase the people and the power. So CJ and I thought it would be good to review ten of our favorites. CJ and I both weigh in on why we liked them so much. Enjoy!
CJ: This fueled ride was not only a favorite of mine, the readers love it too, which is why it made the top 10. Dave’s Vega is another fine example proving that hot rods are no longer early pre-war cars. The broad use of the term now covers everything from a ’73 Autocross Vega to the traditional ’32 and everything in between and beyond. The car is mean, fast and so wildly different you can’t help but look over the pics again and again.
John: First off, anything Courtney Cutchen shoots is pure gold. Courtney’s ability to capture cars on location is unparalleled. And…I have always had a soft spot for Vega’s ever since former schoolmate Rod Zeiss did a fender-crunching high school parking lot burnout in his ’74 Vega. David’s car is exquisitely engineered and the 4-bager turbo engine choice is refreshing. David is getting this car dialed in. Once it’s fully balanced and tuned, it will be a monster on the track.