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Twin engine 1956 Ford F100

My dad's twin engine 56 Ford. It can run on the motor in the cab, or off both the one in the cab and the one under the hood. They both have powerglide transmissions, and work both going through a transfer case then to the rear end. There is a lever that locks both throttles to the gas pedal. The main motor is a 383 Chevy and the secodary motor is a 355 Chevy. It has a trans am front clip, 12 bolt rear end, a fiberglass doghouse, and the bed is made from aluminum. Approx. 900-1000 hp with both motors running.


 


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My dad's twin engine 56 Ford. It can run on the motor in the cab, or off both the one in the cab and the one under the hood. They both have powerglide transmissions, and work both going through a transfer case then to the rear end. There is a lever that locks both throttles to the gas pedal. The main motor is a 383 Chevy and the secodary motor is a 355 Chevy. It has a trans am front clip, 12 bolt rear end, a fiberglass doghouse, and the bed is made from aluminum. Approx. 900-1000 hp with both motors running.





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