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MRDETROITMETAL

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So, is that one engine per each pair of wheels?  Because that would be awesome.

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there was a guy in the late 60's who ran a twin engine blown 455's TORONADO

...had drag slicks front & back and would dissapear in a cloud of smoke, tho I dont have a picture of it I do have this one, the AWD Hurst Olds from 1966 ;

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reminds me of the probe my bro found on accident (on the net), had a regular probe engine up front, but a toronado engine in the rear... seperate shifters, and ignitions..... that'd just be funny on principal

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i cant find a picture now, but ive seen a honda crx that was left bone stock in the front, and had a bbc mounted on the back connecting to the rear wheels.. the owner would drive around town on the honda motor, with the rear tranny in neutral... when e felt the need for speed, switch on the v8 and go... i always thought that was sick

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