New & Hot Hurst Parts
Hurst Releases Pistol-Grip Quarter Stick For GM 4-Speed AutomaticsBy: Todd Veney | 2019-02-18
They're based on Hurst's 2- and 3-speed Quarter Stick race shifters and perfect for for 700R4, 4L60, 4L60E and 4L80E GM automatic transmissions.
Where is the Missing Hurst Shawnee Scout?By: Flowmaster | 2017-09-29
Stranger things have happened, right? Probably, but this one caught us off guard. Back in 2015 a tech at Hurst was perusing Craigslist during one of his breaks and came across an intriguing ad; something that you don’t see every day. A 1980 Hurst Shawnee Scout was up for grabs in the “For Sale by Owner” section of the site. One of three ever produced in a joint venture with International Harvester, this was a rare opportunity indeed. The cost of entry, $175,000 green backs. Yeah, that wasn’t a typo. It may sound like a stretch, and it may have been, but there are certainly collectors out there willing to pay top dollar for an ultra-rare Hurst built vehicle. The seller was local, only about an hour and a half drive from our Northern California headquarters, and many of us considered making the trek to catch a glimpse of this unique 4×4. Of course, none of us were in the position to take the Scout off of the owner’s hands at that price, but it would have been cool to actually see it in person. Well, that never happened, but the ad did circulate through the automotive community, catching the attention of online gearhead destinations like Jalopnik.com.
Adam Eppolito’s 2009 Pontiac G8By: Flowmaster | 2017-09-07
If you took a step back three years to 2014, you would find Adam Eppolito on the hunt for his next car. After weighing his options and putting some serious thought into what he wanted to be behind the wheel of next, Adam ultimately found his new ride at a dealership in Minnesota. That ride: a 2009 Pontiac G8. Based off of the exceptional Holden Commodore and manufactured in GM’s South Australia production facility, the G8 offered muscle car performance with family sedan practicality.
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Back in 1958, when innovator George Hurst founded the company that bears his legendary name, he and his team were pioneering and designing a wide variety of performance products for the blossoming hot rod community, such as motor mount kits, performance shifters for both manual and automatic transmissions, disc brakes, custom wheels, line lock, the Jaws of Life, and much more.
For 60 years...
Hurst has been attached to some of America’s most legendary vehicles, such as the the Hurst OLDS/442, the Hemi Under Glass Barracuda, and even the only non-OEM official pace car of NASCAR. Over the years, Hurst has been the OEM shifter supplier for the Pontiac GTO, Plymouth Barracuda, Plymouth Super Bird, Ford Mustang Boss 302, Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 KR, Oldsmobile, AMC and the Dodge SRT-10 pick-up, just to name a few.
Hurst continues to develop industry leading performance products and carry out George’s original vision. Hurst’s latest, the Elite Series line of performance products for modern muscle cars, includes not only their world famous shifters, but also exhaust systems, wheels, springs, floor mats, and graphics. The Elite Series program allows customers to essentially build their own version of a classic Hurst car.