1934 Ford Twin-Turbo Big-Block Coupe

a tall-deck big-block, and twin 88mm turbos for a grille; builder Ed Umland swears owner Rich Feicheer drives this 1934 Ford on a regular basis.

It sure seems like a real car, even though it’s faking it as a half-finished drag hag. Ed says the plan was to paint the car all along, but he likes to sort out complicated projects like this before getting into expensive paint and finish. But everybody likes it the way it is, including Feicheer.
“We ended up with a car that’s certified to 7.50, and it’s still very streetable,” says Ed. The car’s best times on the local quarter-mile are 8.3 seconds at 167 mph. “That’s with the boost turned down as low as possible, otherwise the car blows the tires off.”

the FAST XFI fuel-injection system not only controls the 16 injectors, it also manages an electric water pump, adjusts the turbo boost, air shifts the transmission, turns on the radiator fans, and controls the trans brake for … more pictures & reading at hotrod page.

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