Lapping Porsches on the Green Hell in a FIA-spec, 427 side oiler equipped, Holman-Moody Fairlane.
If there's a holy grail of road course tracks, it's Germany's own Nurburgring. Sure we've got challenging tracks here in the states, but there's nothing that quite equals the high speed fury of the 17.56 miles of dangerous and demanding Gesamtstrecke (whole course), lovingly nicknamed The Green Hell.
Of course since it's a few thousand miles away, most hot rodders will never get the chance to lap it, and vintage American steel is seldom seen. However, they are out there.
Specifically, there are a few Mustangs that race in the FIA series in Europe, of course, but the car that has fascinated us is the 1964 Fairlane built by Holman Moody. Yes, you read that correctly; it is not a recreation, it's one of four newly built race cars from Holman Moody built to exact 1960's race specs.
Want to see this oh-so-badass Holman Moody Fairlane from the outside? Check it out here on ClassicDriver.com or at the team's homepage at Team-ClassicDriver.com. Gotta love the four-door Citroen tow rig.