The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by s10ace, Feb 27, 2010.
I've only got 1 cylinder so does this count ??? >>>>.
215 Buick with four Webers, stroked to 244".
My 1975 Mustang II, built by Gapp & Roush, Roush built 505" twin turbo. As it appeared in 1995 when seen at Gainesville Raceway.
Ardun Heads with Judson Supercharger in our familys 48 Mercury Convertable...
Larson Engineering Valve Covers mounted on SBC in our family's 32 Ford 5W....
331 CI Hemi with Potvin Supercharger on my late Grandfather's dragster circa 1961...
More history and photos at link in my signature.
48 Mercury Motor in our family's 32 Ford Roadster...
Formally owned and raced by the late Dick Kraft. More photos and history at the following link...
This one was in austin
a couple of 409's
Looks interesting, what is it? Got any more pics?
Couple of Offy's from Stu Van Dyn's place. Fresh 270, 425 hp, roots blown Offy, 525 hp, turbo 161 cu. inch at 56 inches of boost, 9500 rpm: 760 hp.
The finish on this motor is amazing one of my fav , does aney one know what kind coating is on the exhaust and headers or what there made out of , it kinda looks like raw stanless but that turns colors over time and im trying to get the same affect on my station wagon project without the pipes changing colors over time being used..thanks for aney info
Motor I just finished for my 40
In response to post # 76....Stu Van Dyn just does awesome work.
I'm into Buick Nailheads these days.
Here are a couple
here's my engine. this is a picture of it waaayyy back in the day. i havnt uploaded any pics of it how it is today but it looks exactly the same!
The '55 331 in my '32.
nice,but I need to do some work before i post a pic of it
Here's a couple. Last one is a Daytona Prototype LS based engine we run in the Grand-Am series. 5 litre (302) Chevy 7200 RPM 600 HP
heres my pics
Here's 2 more enjoy.
Here's one that I thought came out pretty cool looking, I just have to put it in and fire it up
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