His license plate says, “SRY LSX,” and to be honest, it would take a seriously fast LS-powered car to take down this Coyote-powered S-197 with its simple, but effective single-turbo setup.

Here’s something you don’t see too often: a twin-turbo, Coyote-powered Lincoln Mark VIII that pulls like a big dog on the top end.

By today’s standards, Fox Bodies, and most muscle cars for that matter, aren’t considered safe. No airbags, no ABS, questionable seat belts, but hey: they had padded steering wheels, right? Well, having them, and having them stay in place during a crash is a different story as you’ll see.

Brute horsepower is awe-inspiring. We’re not talking 600, 700 or even 800 hp; we’re talking 1,500+ hp at the tires. That kind of power is enough to make any gearhead weak in his/her knees.

To this day, few modern Mustangs fit the definition of “racecar” better than the 2000 Cobra R. Just 300 examples were made, and they came in any color you wanted, so long as it was a Performance Red exterior with a Dark Charcoal interior.