1957 Chevy with Twin V12 Engines


Chevrolets from the 1950s have been customized in every-way. So how do you set your project apart from the next guy’s? Gary Kollofski decided to run twin V12 motors sourced from the marine industry. The motors are connected to a gear case with five gears to transfer the output power to one shaft to an upgraded 700R4 transmission.


To accommodate the space needed for two engines, the entire wheel base has been moved forward nine inches. The rear wheel openings have been moved forward 12 inches and the front wheel openings have been moved forward nine inches.

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