Friday, 4 January 2013

721ci '34 Ford

The 1934 Ford Model 40A is, for many, the archetypal hot rodder's weapon of choice. Every enthusiast has an opinion on what's the right or wrong way to modify them, and such seemingly trivial details as tyre profile or axle width can get fans apoplectic with rage. So I wonder what the purists would make of this one...?
Power comes from an all-aluminium 721ci Donovan V8, capable of a thoroughly modern 1,000bhp. The unit is dry-sumped, the rear end is four-linked, and the dash features a digital Racepak display. 1930s looks, via the 1960s, with thrust and tech straight from the 2010s. Controversial, and a little bit magical.
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