Meet Tim "SkyScrape" Katz. You may know him from a little company called TAPOUT, which made a mint from guys beating the shit out of each other. He's got a station wagon. Let's check it out.

This week on /BIG MUSCLE, Mike Musto checks out Katz's autocross- and track-ready 1966 Nova Station Wagon, which he's made over in heavy pro-touring spec, much of the work done by Katz at his own shop. That means turbocharged LS3, with 535 rw/hp, TCI suspension with RideTech adjustable shocks, and other bits that transformed the old family cruiser into a cone carver.

It's also got a full roll cage and four racing seats for group road racing. It doesn't look too comfortable for long rides, but it's probably better than getting mauled by Chuck Liddell.