The RD Speed Garage is home to a wide variety of unique rides all with interesting origins, builds, and backstories. In an attempt to capture even a fraction of what makes these cars uncommon, RaceDeck has launched the first segment of Deep-Dive, a video series designed to get under the hood of some really rad cars and into the brains of the builders who brought them to life. Hosted by RaceDeck CEO, Jorgen Moller, every episode will feature a special vehicle with industry guests to discuss the details, test drives, and reviews, all shot on RaceDeck Garage Flooring in the RD Speed Garage.
The first episode of the Deep-Dive series features the now legendary 1963.5 Voodoo Falcon with guests Mike Maier and Thomas Kirkham. Mike, owner of Mike Maier Inc, engineered the chassis for the Ford Falcon and Tom, the owner of Cubic Performance (yes, the aluminum body Cobra guy) did all of the custom fabrication and build. Jorgen, Tom, and Mike discuss everything from initial concepts to what you see today and of course get behind the wheel to see if this ride truly is “the baddest Falcon street machine in the land.”