While standing outside waiting, the young driver begins dusting off his Mustang. A few seconds later, the driver can be been seen sitting on the bumper of the car likely pondering the cost of the ticket, when suddenly he spots a pickup truck veering straight his way.

It hurts to say this, but we would trade the majority of your healthy human existences for the 2007 Shelby GT500 that Will Smith drives around an abandoned New York City in Francis Lawrence’s “I Am Legend”.

We’ve seen the articles on it, and we’ve seen videos of it screaming down the Nürburgring, but why does the GT350 sound different? We’ve got a couple of videos that could explain what’s going on, and we’ll do a little detailing here as well.

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.