One man’s junk is another men’s treasure. This phrase might well have been coined for AZN’s car. Affectionately known as the “Dung Beetle”, this 1966 VW might look like a rusted, old, junk yard carcass but hidden underneath the hood is a heavily modified, turbocharged 2.3L motor that is more than capable of taking on any competition.
When the guys from Mighty Car Mods decided to build a “sleeper” VW Beetle we knew the result was going to be something special indeed. Affectionally known as “Miss Daisy”, this 1974 Beetle now sports a Haltech-controlled, turbocharged EJ25.
Looking back, a lot has changed since Haltech’s humble beginning in 1986. New technologies have changed the way we drive and race our cars, new product development process had to change in line with the rapid pace of computer hardware and software development. There are however, things that haven’t and will never change – and that’s Haltech commitment to quality, innovation and the dedication and passion of our staff.
“I built this car in my garage with a very limited budget. I can’t wait to take on all the big-money cars!” Chris “Kamikaze” Day rebuilds one of Street Outlaws’ iconic cars and converts it to EFI and Haltech.
James Love aka Doc decides to upgrade the Street Beast to EFI.
“Street Outlaws is evolving and everyone is stepping up. If we don’t evolve, we’ll be left behind and that’s the last thing I want to happen!”