Silver Bullet
The unofficial ringer in the group was Rob MacGregor and his No Limit-built '55 F-100. Created to cause chaos on the autocross course, Rob's F-100 is supported by No Limit's latest F-100 chassis, the Big 10. Using a front independent suspension and rear trailing arm setup with coilovers, Rob's specific chassis can be dialed in with caster/camber and toe changes at the track. Thanks to a 392ci crate engine from Ford Racing and the lack of a hood, floorboard, bed floor, running boards, or side glass, Rob's F-100 came in second to 60 mph and third through the 1/4-mile. Giving himself an advantage at the autocross, Rob made several practice laps and wrenched on the suspension while others were doing burnouts and donuts. This practice helped him really push the F-100 hard during the autocross test and he set the standard with a 36.33, nearly a full second faster than anyone else. Without a hood, side glass, and full floorboards, however, we couldn't give him the full five points in the styling category.

At A Glance
1955 Ford F-100

Engine 392ci Ford Racing small-block with No Limit headers, Performance Products fuel injection, and K&N air filter
RWHP 268
Suspension: No Limit Big 10 Chassis with IFS, rear trailing arms, coilovers
Brakes Stock disc upgrade up front and disc conversion out back
Wheels/Tires 18x9-inch Intro Hauler on 265/35R18 BF Goodrich T/A KDW and 18x12-inch Intro Hauler wheels on 335/30R18 BFGoodrich T/A KDW tires
Weight 2,980 pounds
Pros Adjustable coilovers and A-arms, light weight, manual trans
Cons No floorboards made for a hot cabin, exposed engine bay

0-60 MPH (Worth 5 Points) - 6.4
1/4-Mile (Worth 5 Points) - 14.48
Speed Through 100-ft Slalom (Worth 5 Points) - 61.5
60-0 MPH Braking (Worth 5 Points) - 161 Feet
Autocross Time (Worth 5 Points) - 36.33
Styling (Subjective Score Worth 5 Points) - 2

Total Points Earned (Out Of 30) - 18