Bradley Gray’s 1956 Chevy Truck With Twin-supercharged V8

Bradley Gray's twin-supercharged 1956 Chevy truck

When Bradley Gray builds an engine, he really builds an engine. He is probably best known for his 1969 Camaro with a 468 ci V8 that is both twin-turbocharged and supercharged. His newest project, called “Blown Mafia”, is a 1956 Chevy truck with both a F2 ProCharger and 871 supercharger. Toward the end of the video you can see the Camaro, a C10 truck with two superchargers, and a dragster with three superchargers. The amount of horsepower at the end make my eyes water.

Bradley Gray's twin-supercharged 1956 Chevy truck

Bradley Gray's twin-turbocharged and supercharged 1969 Camaro

Bradley Gray's twin-turbocharged and supercharged 1969 Camaro

Bradley Gray's twin-supercharged C10 truck

Bradley Gray's twin-supercharged C10 truck

Bradley Gray's triple-supercharged dragster

Source: ScottieDTV

Jeep With Four Harley Motorcycle Engines

Jeep with four Harley-Davidson Evolution V-Twin engines

There are some that are satisfied with using a small block V8 and then there are people like Mike Sonner from Arcade, NY. Mike is the builder of this Jeep which is powered by four Harley-Davidson Evolution V-Twin engines. BangShift estimates the engines pack 50-60 horsepower for a combined 200-260 horsepower hybrid-monster power plant. Just listening to this thing run would be a treat.

Jeep with four Harley-Davidson Evolution V-Twin engines

Jeep with four Harley-Davidson Evolution V-Twin engines

Jeep with four Harley-Davidson Evolution V-Twin engines

Source: eBay via BangShift

Ford Ranchero With A Boss 429 Hemi

1975 Ford Ranchero With A Boss 429 Hemi

This is the nicest and most expensive 1975 Ford Rancher Squire I have ever seen. It was completed several years ago but now is for sale. It features an all-aluminum Boss 429 HEMI built by JBA Engines which replaced the original Cleveland V8. The custom built motor had its displacement increased to 640 cubic-inches which helps it produce 920 horsepower. The seller estimates around $300,000 went into building it so they are asking $149,000.

1975 Ford Ranchero With A Boss 429 Hemi

1975 Ford Ranchero With A Boss 429 Hemi

1975 Ford Ranchero With A Boss 429 Hemi

1975 Ford Ranchero With A Boss 429 Hemi

1975 Ford Ranchero With A Boss 429 Hemi

Source: Bangshift and Autoblog

Georg Plasa’s Le Mans Prototype Powered BMW 134

side of Georg Plasa's BMW 134 inside wind tunnel

Georg Plasa was a German hill climber who drove this amazing Judd V8 powered BMW 134. The car was based on an E82 and the engine was a 550 horsepower Judd KV675 V8. Judd built these engines for 2001 Le Mans Prototypes using the Formula 3000 KV V8 as a base. Then they increased the displacement to 3.4 liters and reinforced the engine for endurance racing. Georg died from a crash during the 2011 Coppa Carotti in Italy. Take a look back at some of his amazing driving in an amazing car.

Georg Plasa – BMW 134 Judd V8 – Rechberg 2011

Georg Plasa – BMW 134 Judd V8 – Trierer Bergrennen 2011

Georg Plasa – Testing BMW 134 Judd V8 – Franciacorta

Presentation of Georg Plasas new BMW 134 Judd (PART1/2) (German)

Source: 134Judd.com via Oppositeolock

1967 White 9500TD Semi Rat Rod

1967 White 9500TD Semi Rat Rod with 1985 twin-turbo Cummins NTC-475

This unique Semi Rat Rod is built and owned by Kevin Michael of Four X Fabrication. He first thought of this design when he was only six years old. The truck has a 1985 Cummins NTC-475 with the factory twin compound turbos which is good for 730 horsepower and tons of torque. The truck is daily driven and gets 15 mpg when driven “smartly”.

Source: ScottieDTV, BlackTopRebels (build info) and Four X Fabrication’s Facebook page