myPowerBlock: Roush Mustang Burnout

myPowerBlock Member Steve Longacre posted this awesome vid of him doing a burnout in a Roush Mustang. He says in the video description that he was a stunt driver for a Rousch commercial, and as you can see, he was definitely enjoying his work for the day. Check it out!

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myPowerBlock: Monte Carlo owner shows off ride, Halloween spirit

This video should get you in the Halloween spirit.

myPowerBlock member “Lavarr King” posted this video to We won’t give away what he does in the video, but let’s just say that not only does he show off the power under the hood, but you can see he has a bit of a sense of humor.

According to his myPowerBlock profile, his custom 1971 Monte Carlo has a 540 and a 400 turbo Super Street Fighter transmission.

After you’re done watching the video, you may have to chance your pants … either from laughing or having the crap scared out of you.


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myPowerBlock: Anthony Cilluffo shows off paint jobs, restoration work

myPowerBlock member Anthony Cilluffo posted some great pics of his work this weekend, showing off restos and paint jobs he’s recently completed.

In the picture you see above, Anthony says he pinstriped a chopper tank with tribal graphics and a Grim Skull over Kandy Brandwine color. He says he also airbrushed a transparent effect to show background color through the skull.

Anthony has been a myPowerBlock member since 2010, but his profile indicates he’s probably had a love for cars most of his life.

You can check out the rest of Anthony’s work by clicking on his profile here.

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MyPowerBlock: TrailBlazer SS’ burnout

PowerBlock Member Jason Moore posted a video of his TrailBlazer SS doing a burnout on myPowerBlock.

In 2006, Chevy introduced the SS model of the TrailBlazer, and it was the first time and SUV had ever shown off the Super Sport title. It packed a 6.0-Liter LS2 V8, based on the engine that came standard in the Pontiac GTO 2005-2006 models. The LS2 produces 395 horses and 400 lb.ft. of torque.

Check out Justin’s burnout below! And if you would like us to feature your ride, please post your pictures and videos to! You’ll never know if you’re featured unless you post!

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MyPowerBlock: Cummins Engine Burnout

MyPowerBlock Member Adam Mangold posted this video to He says he’s finishing off the Birdgestones before going to get some Mickey Thompson MTZs. Adam claims that he got the tires spinning to 120 miles and hour and assures us that he had permission from the local sheriff to do this burnout.

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MyPowerBlock’s Gearhead of the Week #82

Kevin purchased his ’68 Mustang in the fall of 2010 with the intention of building the muscle car for his daughter, who would have it as her first car. (What an awesome dad!) With this in mind, Kevin says his focus was on safety.

“I was lucky enough that my daughter took interest and helped along the way as well,” Kevin said.

Kevin said he built it back up from a stripped and blasted frame and upgraded to a factory power braking system with front disc brakes, with new break line throughout. The factory power steering was upgraded to a Borgeson system, replacing the leaky hydraulic ram, and the front and rear suspension redone with polyurethane.

“Now that I felt it was safer, we worked on the powertrain and cosmetics. Though the car didn’t come with a 351W, we felt it was ok to deviate from a numbers car to enjoy the extra horsepower.”

Kevin said the engine was rebuilt back by a new Flow Master American Thunder exhaust and a refreshed C4. “The car required new floor pans as well as rear quarters due to rust,” he said. “New interior went in from headliner to carpet and the AC was replaced with a modern system from Classic Auto Air.”

Finally, the added cool factor came when it was coated with Jaguar Metallic Quartz.

Kevin says everything was done in one shop by the him and his daughter, with the exception of the transmission rebuild done by a friend, Gary Woods. Kevin is proud to say that the Mustang has seen a few car shows and has come away with a couple of awards, but the best reward is seeing his daughter drive it to school.

“It is now a daily driver, driven by a 16-year-old, the way it was meant to be.”

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myPowerBlock: Monte Carlo SS Burnout Video

myPowerBlock member Bill Fehling was kind enough to share this video of a Monte Carlo SS showing off by doing a burnout. We’re not sure if this is the same Monte Carlo that belongs to Bill, but by looking at his page, it looks like he’s a fan of the Chevy model.

Some of you may know that the Monte Carlo was introduced in 1970 as a two-door luxury vehicle that went trough six design generations. But for those who wanted something to turn heads with looks and power, the Monte Carlo SS package also available. It was originally packed with a Turbo-Jet 454 with a four-barrel carburetor that helped put out 360 horses and 500 pound-feet of torque. And if you got the 454 package, already priced at $420, you were also required to have the Turbo-Hydramatic transmission, which added another $200+ to the cost. Chances are, if you were willing to pay for the power, you didn’t care about cost.

Big thanks to Bill for sharing his video with us! If you would like us to feature your video in our blog, post it to!

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