SEMA eNews Vol. 21, No. 44, November 1, 2018

Flowmaster, Hurst and B&M Reveal Three Custom Vehicles

By SEMA Editors

Flowmaster, Hurst and B&M brought three custom builds to the 2018 SEMA Show.

The first car is a 50th anniversary ’18 Hurst Hellcat wide-body Challenger by GSS Supercars featuring wide-body fender flares that emulate the similarly styled fenders on the original ’68 Hurst Olds. Under the Mr. Norm’s Demonic hood is a 707hp supercharged Hemi that produces nearly double the power of the original.

Hurst Hellcat’18 Hurst Hellcat wide-body Challenger by GSS Supercars.

The second car is a custom-wrapped ’68 Camaro built by Cotati Speed Shop by Zane Cullen. The powerplant derives from the McClish Motor Sports Western USAC Championship 410 Sprint Car. The engine has been rebuilt by Gaerte Engines and set up for multi-use street and multiple track configurations.

Camaro’68 Camaro built by Cotati Speed Shop by Zane Cullen.

The last vehicle is a Team MOTUL/OTSFF 6100 Trophy Class racing Best in the Desert Series built by Adam Fitza. This truck started life as an ’18 Ford Raptor and has competed and finished in all three Best in the Desert races. The truck weighs in at 5,130 lbs., and can roll a top speed of 102 mph.

Team Motul Trophy TruckTeam MOTUL/OTSFF 6100 Trophy Class racing Best in the Desert Series by Adam Fitza.
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