About

Started in 1998 by two guys with nothing more than an idea.

The North American Eagle project began as nothing more than an idea. It became the love and passion of two people, Ed and Keith. That idea was to take a jet fighter, and turn it into the fastest racing machine in history.

When all of this started, it really was nothing more than a few guys in a garage, scraping paint and shaping sheets of metal. Every step of putting the vehicle together has made the dream just a little more real. Now we move onto the ultimate goal of going supersonic.

The Drivers

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    The Road to 2016

    It takes all year to prepare the North American Eagle for what amounts to a week in the Desert, pushing the car further than ever before. The dedication of the team speaks for itself.

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    From Speed to Sound

    Beginning from the first day of the North American Eagle project, From Speed to Sound is a six part series that tells the tale from different perspectives.

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    Once More unto the Breach

    As of today, we are here to make a statement, that the North American Eagle team is on a mission. In 2016, we will be pushing our passion to the brink, and drive to supersonic speeds.

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Project Updates

April 15, 2017

In this update: Lots of activity behind the yellow beak; steering, system power; parachutes hanging, fuel transfer

April 8, 2017

In this update:  North American Eagle show has been nominated for an Emmy®

April 1, 2017

In this update: Steering system nearing completion and STEM in a local middle school

March 25, 2017

In this update: Our steering expert is back for more; engineering, machining, and electronics; busy hands everywhere.  Guess what is new.

March 18, 2017

In this Update: Ed and Keith traveled South; Shop clean up and a very special guest!

March 11, 2017

In this update: Hydraulic system plumbing;  wheel well back in; new battery rack; cleanup for big show.

Contact

Interested in joining/sponsoring the North American Eagle? Have a question? Shoot us an email. We'll be happy to talk with you.

We always love to hear what you think of our project, and welcome any and all support that you can offer. Be sure to stay up-to-date with the project through our social media pages. If you are interested, we also allow tours of our shop on Saturdays.

Facebook: /NorthAmericanEagle
Twitter: @landspeed763

Email: marketing@landspeed.com