All Motor Big Block Fox Body

November 23rd, 2021

Nothing fancy here folks. Tonight, we take a look at a simple Fox Body Mustang with no power adders. “The Sheriff” Tim Combs has been campaigning this Ford with the same naturally aspirated (N/A) engine for over a decade. Unapologetically, Tim is lining up against turbo, supercharged and nitrous cars and logging consistent passes. Let’s drop in as the Sheriff takes on a heavy Chevy.

Tom gets the hole shot in this one and drives off into the distance. One of the benefits of a N/A car is consistent times. This one was a 10.33.

Next, the Sheriff is on the trail of a nasty looking Camaro. Both cars cut a clean light and come out of the hole straight and strong. Tim gets an early traction advantage and works it to this advantage. The Sheriff gets another win with a pass of 10.31-seconds @ 129 mph.

Running against a family sedan in the third race, the Sheriff gets an easy victory with a pass of 10.26-seconds @ 131 mph. That’s what I call a good day of drag racing.

What’s under the hood of this old Ford? It’s a big block Ford (460 C.I.D.) with a four-barrel carburetor. The Sheriff has chosen to utilize cubic inches instead of forced air induction and he is loving life. Nice car.

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