GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. --
"I enjoy the history of the old families. The organizational skills they had and the respect they showed each other, without letting personal feelings get in the way, is really inspiring as a business man," said Knowles from the offices of Knowles Enterprises in Grand Junction, Colorado. "Don't get me wrong. They did plenty of bad things but, the way they ran their businesses was fascinating," added Knowles.
Knowles has turned is fascination with the Old School Mob into a 240 M.P.H rolling piece of art. With the help of Tim McAmis Race Cars and Justin Spencer of Tyrant Productions, Knowles has come up with one of the most unique and most detailed race cars of all time.
The 1967 Mustang features a Velocity Composites Light weight body that is dressed to the nines with an extensive and elaborate paint scheme applied by Jeff Hoskins of Lake Road Rod and Customs along with world renowned artist, Chuck Buckler of Banshie Studios located outside of Washington, DC. The design features Old Vegas on one side and the Prohibition era on the other. The deck lid features the "Mob's Greatest Hits". There are custom touches both inside and outside of the car featuring famous Mob quotes as well as fire bottles painted like dynamite. The car also carries the now infamous "Blown Money" logo.
The machinists and fabricators at TMRC have labored intensely over this project creating many one off features for this ride. A few examples are a knife handle for the fire bottle lever; the hand brake has Tommy Gun Grips, and a steering column that resembles a machine gun barrel. There are many more in house touches from the team at TMRC that just have to be seen to be believed. Sadly, fans will have to wait till the NHRA Pro Modified season opener next March at the NHRA Gator Nationals to get an up close and personal look at the "Blown Money" team's, TMRC built "MOB EDITION" Mustang.
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