There were some pretty dang fast Fords at Milan Dragway last weekend, but one car tearing up the strip wasn't a Ford at all. Yep, we're talking about the 300 MPH jet-powered dragster driven by Elaine Larsen. Basically, it's a Pratt & Whitney J-60 with wheels and a cockpit, and it was all home-built by the Larsen family with some imput from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Weighing in at just 1350 pounds with fuel and driver, the car burns about 25 gallons of fuel during the sub-6 second quarter-mile runs. Easily making it the fastest car at the track.