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Drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr - Intel

The entrepreneurial driver has branched out, building trick ponies for public consumption under the RTR banner.

Sep 23, 2010

Drifter vaughn gittin jr. Puts spurs to trick 'stang

Vaughn Gittin Jr. is a rebel and a drifter. He is most comfortable at steep angles, sliding at a high rate of speed behind the wheel of his thoroughbred Falken Tires Mustang in Formula Drift competition. The entrepreneurial driver has branched out, building trick ponies for public consumption under the RTR banner. His latest creation, forged in collaboration with Team Need for Speed, dubbed the RTR-X, is fashioned after a 1969 Mustang. The car features a Dynacorn replacement body, a 2011-spec 5.0-liter V8 and Art Morison subframe assembly. The finished product is slated for a SEMA 2010 unveiling.

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