• Aug 16th 2010 at 5:58PM
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If you're like us, you certainly wouldn't mind being able to park a neo-Hurst muscle cars in your garage. Unfortunately, we'd have to sell the farm, most of our loved ones and a kidney or two just to lay claim to one of the company's individually-numbered bruisers. How 'bout some good news, then?

For a fraction of the cost of a gold-and-white beauty, Hurst will be more than happy to convert any new Chevrolet Camaro, Dodge Challenger or Ford Mustang into a genuine Hurst creation. All you need to do is have the vehicle delivered to the Hurst Garage in Irvine, California, pick which parts you want installed and let the shifting gurus take care of the rest.

Hurst will even go so far as to give each vehicle an individually numbered dash plaque and record the car's VIN for posterity. Customers can choose from suspension components, sport-tuned exhaust, wheels, spoilers and the like as well as the typical trick shifters. If you're planning on swapping in a few aftermarket parts on your new pony car, this would seem like a fine way to go about it.

[Source: Hurst via Motor Trend]

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      • 5 Years Ago
      Sound business move though dilution of the Hurst name will surley be lamented by purists.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Also for a meer $19.95, chicken wing, and a pack of breath mints, my cousin Rosco can bolt on what ever aftermarket part you need. And best yet, all the parts fell of a truck so no need to buy your own exhaust!
      • 5 Years Ago
      Ugh! Those wheels....
      • 5 Years Ago
      HURST yes please...
      In the truck too.
      • 5 Years Ago
      So all I have to do is have them throw on some shocks and it's a Hurst numbered car with plaque? That's special.
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