Update: 7/30/2014 – Added a new walk-around video
For most people one engine is enough. But for others adding one more just doubles the fun. Take this 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery for example with two 572 cubic-inch HEMI V8s each producing 1,250 horsepower.
The 2 engines are identical where each engine is made up of a Keith Black all aluminum 572ci Hemi, Eagle crank & rods, Ross 9.2 CR custom pistons, Competition flat tappet cam shaft, Milodon gear drives, Milodon 8qt oil system, Stage 5 custom aluminum cylinder heads, Stage 5 rockers, Hi Tech tube seals, Blower Shop Billet 871 aluminum blowers, MSD crank trigger ignitions (6 AL) with power boost retard, and Fast XTI computers. The fuel system is a Fast controlled EFI Tuner, 68lb HR injectors, Enderle Buzzard injector hats, Weldon fuel pumps & filters, and custom IAC system. The #2 radiator is in the rear and both radiators are fed by 2 inline Mezier high flow water pumps that circulate thru both motors. The 2 speed Pro Mod style powerglide is a full manual shift transmission with a fan controlled cooler. The custom 3000 stall converter is by Neil Chance. The rear differential is a Mosier Dana 60 with 3.54 ratio, Detroit locker, and 35 spline axles. There are Wilwood disc brakes in the front & rear. The stainless front axle assembly is from TCI (Total Cost Involved) Engineering. The body was made by Gibbons Fiberglass works. The flawless paint and body work was done by Troxel Specialty Cars. Interior was custom done by Brian Bohde of Indiana. There is also a dual nitrous setup with LED lit up purges (you know….for the kids).
The car is for sale and the current asking price is $199,900. If you have the money or would just like to see more images of this custom monster click the first source link below.