If you have love for cars with blown V8’s, then you sure can’t resist ...
If you have love for cars with blown V8’s, then you sure can’t resist this build featured below. It’s the 1932 Ford Sedan Dragster and it’s one of those rare rides that believe a single V8 isn’t just enough.
This Ford drag car is Gibbon glass bodied and it looks monstrous with the two blown Keith Black 572 Hemis placed at the front. The black profile and the zoomie pipes complement well the badass character. And where does all the V8 power go? Enormously wide wheels are placed at the rear to complete the scare. It has custom 2×6 rectangular tube chassis to accommodate all those insane powertrain. Definitely an awesome piece of engineering with unbelievable craftsmanship in display.
Comfort isn’t sacrificed for performance as the inside of this Ford build is nicely done too. Interior is classy and modern in black. Nice bench seat with design and material matching that of the door panels. The dashboard looks cool as well with all the gauges and intriguing switches lined up.
With two V8’s, this dragster sounds wicked. I’m just curious though if pushing the two V8’s can give a legit jump scare, you think so?
Check everything out for yourself with the video below.
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