This 2,800 hp Aston Martin drag car is kind of street...

This 2,800 hp Aston Martin drag car is kind of street...
This 2,800 hp Aston Martin drag car is kind of street...
Before the Aston Martin Valkyrie, the British brand became known for making grand tourers that are luxurious, comfortable and ready to be driven fast for long journeys. But before its status quo, Aston Martin actually built crazy cars in the ’90s, but nothing is as crazy as this 2,800 hp (2,088 kilowatt) Vantage.

The best part? It’s street legal and the 30 minute video at the top of this page gives us a preview of what it’s like to be ridden on both the street and the drag strip.

This Bonkers drag car began life as a real aluminum virage from the 1990s. The owner turned it into an Aston Martin Vantage from the same period. The conversion was pretty much spot on, and you can browse the photo album above for comparison to an original Vantage.

Apart from the exact conversion, the special thing about this car is the enormous engine power, which is almost three times that of the Valkyrie. It’s insane, and yes it is parachuted as it would be hard to stop a rampaging coupe even with the largest normal Brakes.

The video on this page is quite long, but you will enjoy the current owner’s journey towards achieving this street legal speed demon. More importantly, the car has an interesting backstory that began as the official Aston Martin drag car to showcase the brand’s newest and most powerful V8 of the time.

The project was abandoned due to a brief romance, but the spirit of building the ultimate Aston drag car lived on. We’ll leave the rest to the video, including the details of the build. So be sure to check this out.

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