The visitors to the August installment of Front Street’s Cars & Coffee enjoyed a splendid Saturday morning of appreciating the automotive enthusiast hobby.
When drag racing and Mustangs are life, you pick your favorite, set it up to win races in X275 action, and roll on with your bad self. Justin Cyrnek has done exactly that.
Despite near-triple-digit temperatures, car show enthusiasts showed up to Evolution Performance en masse to support a little boy and his dream of being disease-free.
The road less traveled is often costly and filled with pitfalls. Jace Nester has overcome them all—and become a force to be reckoned with on the track.
There have been many occasions during the 2016 calendar year that I’ve imprinted into my brain; here at Front Street I’m in a position to view automotive events in a way many will never encounter. As a journalist I tell stories through my camera lens and with my words; as we count down to 2017, here are some of the unforgettable occurrences of the year. Take a walk back through time with me!
Building a dragstrip stormer to run 9-second elapsed times with an engine platform designed to help boost Ford’s Corporate Average Fuel Economy is a challenge not lost on BG Racing’s Brad Gusler. His 2.3-liter Mustang’s diminutive turbocharged engine screams down the track, and in the process, sets the trends for an entire subset of Mustang culture.
The Philadelphia suburb of West Chester is home to a weekly Cars & Coffee event which takes place on Saturday mornings – year-round if the weather is clear – and attracts the types of vehicles seen rarely in these parts. Check out the sights from this event right here!