Gentelman Jim / Black Bart C-30 4dr. pick up
This is just a real solid example of a 78 one ton dullie,I bought it as a fixer & keeper but if the the right offer came along well ??
I also do restorations /fixers for time/material $45.00 an hr.shop rate
572 Cu In Streetable Big Block With 750HP
Live engine run of a Chevy 572 big block...engine will be run in a '66 Chevy Chevelle...Proformance Unlimited...There is no other
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Ford shows Chevy how to Mud!
Black Nany (1977 Ford F250 4x4) in 2 wheel drive following Bottle Baby (Ford Bronco 4x4) in four wheel drive chasing Madia (1977 Chevy K20 4x4) in four wheel drive at River run New Years 2010
Nasty Twin Blown Big Block Chevy Model T
This is Nas T Too, the second sick model T built by Ron Ginn out of New Mexico. 572 cubic inches of twin huffed Chevy put out over 1000 HP at the wheels! Check out the whole story and more coverage of the 2008 Goodguys Southwest Nationals in Scottsdale, AZ at http://www.MyRideisMe.com
958 HP 572 Chevy Big Block Nova
My friend's 1967 Chevy Nova. 572 Big Block Crate engine. To see this car running the quarter mile see these links http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UR3keHTDQyk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-mSB3dHgq0 The engine was tuned by Harold Martin Racing.
Big Block Chevy 572 Build with Pro Elite Heads
http://www.racingheadservice.com/ Dave Ebbert from DNE Motorsports builds a nasty 572 using a set of RHS Pro Elite Heads. Check out the features RHS has put into these heads.
1967 Hot Rod Cutlass "Street Bully" 572 Chevy Big Block Burnout
1967 Cutlass "Street Bully" built in California and sold new in Tucson Arizona. The Olds now has a 572 Chevrolet Rat Roller motor with 620 HP and 650 Ft. Lbs of torque, a 700r4 gear changer with stage 2 kit and fully manual valve body, the rear end is a 3.90 posi. A Hurst shifter was installed to give it that Hurst/Olds twist and we added the original Hurst Olds badges to the car. There never was any Hurst Olds in 1967 and being a 4 door this car really freaks people out. Also there were not many 4 doors that were hard tops (notice no post between the doors)most were sedans. The bench seats really take you back to the 60's with the groovy pattern on the seat material. We added some pearl and candy ghost flames to the super faded out paint from the Arizona sun and bolted a vintage Cragar SS wheel and knock off to each corner. Its been a lot of fun and a real BLAST to drive. Make no mistake, when you hit the start button on the Bully you know that aint no 330 Olds under the hood. The only problem we seem to have with this project is keeping rear tires on it ! Thanks for looking and happy Hot Rodding!