1927 Ford Model T with Two Engines and Four Superchargers

Gordon Tronson calls this wild hot rod Double Trouble. The individual with enough guts rides in a fiberglass 1927 Ford Model T body sitting on a custom tube frame. The propulsion is created by two Ford 4.6L modular V8s and four B&M Teflon superchargers. There are thousands of other ways to create 1,200 horsepower but I don’t think many will get the looks this does driving down the street. Before anyone gets worked up, this really isn’t an engine swap. But anything with a power plant this wild, I couldn’t care less.

1927 Ford Model T with Two Engines and Four Superchargers

1927 Ford Model T with Two Engines and Four Superchargers

Source: Double Trouble Hot Rod via OppositeLock

One Comment

  1. John Palframan

    Hi Gordon, My names John (57) from Australia, I’m watching “Counting Cars” on TV and was BLOWN away with the whole aspect of the twin engine model T. Just wanted to say that i really appreciate your visions and efforts. If it weren’t for Guys like you, well, it would be pretty bloody boring, on the highways especially..With respect and kind regards John.
    PS your accent sounds familiar. Cheers.

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