Race Class
Place: 2nd

Being completely overwhelmed by the sight of this old-Detroit iron sliding around the racetrack at last year's THROWDOWN event, we welcomed the '67 F-100 back for more physics-defying artistry this year. Behind the wheel, Scott Call made the steel loaf of bread look more like a Ferrari than a 45-year-old pickup. Still powered by the cast-iron big-block, Scott did leave some performance out on the track, and we keep hoping to pop the hood and find a new Coyote-based 5.0L between the 'rails. Flat-spotting a few tires in the stop box, Steve wasn't really stoked to head back onto the track for the road course, but like always, the old Blue Oval handled it's business with scalpel like precision. Finishing Second in the slalom and Second in the road course, Scott and the F-100 are a dynamic duo of driver and machine.

At A Glance:
Scott Call • '67 F-100

Engine: 390ci big-block bored .020 over with Edelbrock intake, Quick Fuel 650-cfm carb, Hedman headers, and Flowmaster mufflers Trans: Ford AOD with shift kit
RWHP: 294
Suspension: Ridetech coilovers front and rear, Wilwood Pro front spindles, Deuces Wild prototype rear three-link with Panhard bar, frame boxed with 3/16-inch steel
Brakes: Wilwood 14-inch rotors with six-piston calipers in the front and 13-inch rotors with six-piston calipers in the back
Wheels/Tires: REV 17x9-inch wheels with 285/40R17 Kumho tires front and rear
Weight: 3,900 lbs
Pros: Old-school technology made relevant by a more-than-competent driver
Cons: New-school technology is just a blank check away
Slalom Time: 7.22
¼-Mile: 13.51
Stop Box Time: 12.62
Road Course Time: 1:56.50