It’s time to sit back and enjoy Ken Block’s Gymkhana 7, which this time sees the professional rally driver/hoonigan weave his way around the empty streets of Los Angeles—empty, thanks to some help from the LAPD. His Gymkhana formula may be getting a bit stale but Block certainly knows how to liven it up, which he's done with an all-wheel-drive 1965 Ford Mustang known as the Hoonicorn RTR.

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Block’s got 845 horsepower to play with thanks to the car’s Roush-Yates 6.7-liter V-8 engine, which is put down to all four wheels via a custom Sadev all-wheel-drive system and six-speed transmission. It took two years to put the Hoonicorn RTR together, and as you can see above the wait was certainly worth it.

There’s plenty of local culture too, which of course Block integrates into his run.

Let us know where he should head to next in the comments below.

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