My favorite burnout/crash, is the second one in the video where a curb prevents a New Edge convertible from doing its best European rally car impression — i.e. mowing down 30 spectators.

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.