It seems that everywhere I go, racers are partial to one of the big three power-adders. Some like turbochargers, others love superchargers, and some are loyal to nitrous injection systems. That got me to thinking: why can’t a guy have a combination of two or even all three? It seems that I am not the only sicko following this train of thought.
Bradley Gray, owner of Blown Mafia, is in the habit of stacking power-adders and covering them in chrome. All these vehicles run and drive but (the bad news is that) Bradley is not into racing them. He likes to build them, cruise them, and show them and he’s really good at it.
Brad does a lot of his own work and he is a true craftsman. These vehicles (the car carrier and tractor included) are opulent inside and out. Blown Mafia consists of the most radical show/street cars and trucks that you will find anywhere. What makes them truly unique are the outlandish forced air induction systems that are unapologetically displayed in brilliant chrome.
Here’s a list of some of Blown Mafia’s best:
- An all-steel, 1969 Camaro SS with a 468 cid engine, a GMC 14-71 screw blower, twin turbochargers, and a nitrous injection plate
- A 1965 Chevrolet pickup with a 355 cid small block and a pair of stacked GMC 6-71 blowers
- Chevrolet Apache with a double-blown (roots type and Procharger) 468 cid engine
- A modified 1934 Ford 3-window Coupe, rear-engine blown dragster