Window Shop with Car and Driver

Debora Carley

In this week’s Window Shop episode, we told our shoppers to find the most interesting modified and custom cars they could buy for under $15,000. While we started our search with visions of the sort of NOS-equipped engine-swapped turbocharged awesomeness you see in the Fast & Furious films, a few […]

In this week’s Window Shop episode, we told our shoppers to find the most interesting modified and custom cars they could buy for under $15,000. While we started our search with visions of the sort of NOS-equipped engine-swapped turbocharged awesomeness you see in the Fast & Furious films, a few of us didn’t quite hit that mark. Actually, most of us didn’t even come close.

To help us find modded stuff, the C/D crew is joined by YouTuber Jason Fenske of Engineering Explained. Fenske wows us with a Ford pickup that promises near Ram TRX levels of horsepower for an equally unbelievable $7000. In addition to Fenske’s finds, the C/D staff uncovers an LS-swapped second-generation Mazda RX-7, an E30 3-series with an E36 M3 engine, a very polished Mini Cooper, and yet another four-wheel-drive AMC Eagle. K.C. Colwell’s near STI-spec Subaru Forester gives us pause—not because of the mods, but because of the “SUV Mendoza line.” If you’re not familiar with this, don’t worry; it’s all explained.

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