Clarke Hopkins’s Torana blurs the line between show car and race car, but that doesn’t mean it’s all show and no go.
One of the driving factors (excuse the pun) behind car modification is that we are all looking for different things from our vehicles.
For some, the ultimate goal is for a car to be as fast as possible in a straight line. Others aim to turn as many heads as possible, while a select few attempt to defy the laws of physics by raising or lower their cars as much as possible.
Clarke Hopkins, however, was torn. As a result, he built a race car. He’s also ended up with a show car. It’s just that in Clarke’s case, both cars are in the one package.
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