Worlds Fastest Street Car

The British maker of the world’s fastest street legal car has smashed a world speed record covering a quarter of a mile in just over SIX SECONDS. Andy Frost’s monstrous motor can clock a whopping 250mph and will rocket the driver from 0-60 in UNDER ONE SECOND. And the suped up Vauxhall Victor can just as easily poodle down to the supermarket – but don’t expect a lot of room in the boot to put the bags. It’s creator, Andy, bought the red saloon for just £60 in 1980.

The British maker of the world's fastest street legal car has smashed a world speed record covering a quarter of a mile in just over SIX SECONDS. Andy Frost's monstrous motor can clock a whopping 250mph and will rocket the driver from 0-60 in UNDER ONE SECOND. And the suped up Vauxhall Victor can just as easily poodle down to the supermarket - but don't expect a lot of room in the boot to put the bags. It's creator, Andy, bought the red saloon for just £60 in 1980.

The British maker of the world's fastest street legal car has smashed a world speed record covering a quarter of a mile in just over SIX SECONDS. Andy Frost's monstrous motor can clock a whopping 250mph and will rocket the driver from 0-60 in UNDER ONE SECOND. And the suped up Vauxhall Victor can just as easily poodle down to the supermarket - but don't expect a lot of room in the boot to put the bags. It's creator, Andy, bought the red saloon for just £60 in 1980.

The British maker of the world's fastest street legal car has smashed a world speed record covering a quarter of a mile in just over SIX SECONDS. Andy Frost's monstrous motor can clock a whopping 250mph and will rocket the driver from 0-60 in UNDER ONE SECOND. And the suped up Vauxhall Victor can just as easily poodle down to the supermarket - but don't expect a lot of room in the boot to put the bags. It's creator, Andy, bought the red saloon for just £60 in 1980.

The British maker of the world's fastest street legal car has smashed a world speed record covering a quarter of a mile in just over SIX SECONDS. Andy Frost's monstrous motor can clock a whopping 250mph and will rocket the driver from 0-60 in UNDER ONE SECOND. And the suped up Vauxhall Victor can just as easily poodle down to the supermarket - but don't expect a lot of room in the boot to put the bags. It's creator, Andy, bought the red saloon for just £60 in 1980.