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Ken Block's Obscene 'Hoonicorn' Mustang Now Has 1400 HP And Turbos, God Help Us

Ken Block, the man who drifted his way into our hearts forever with the Gymkhana videos, is now completely off the reservation. He already hacked up a 1966 Ford Mustang and threw in a 845-horsepower 410 cubic-inch V8. But now, he’s added even more power via ethanol injection and gigantic turbos. Ken is legitimately scared. Read more...
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