This started as a 1932 Ford Double Down Fuller, but after RX Speed worked on it, the vehicle became an all-wheel drive hot rod based, powered by a Jon Kaase Boss Nine engine that generates 850-horsepower, mated to a G-Force 5-speed manual transmission. A custom Indy-style suspension ensures that it stays planted on the track. Fortunately, you can still bid on this right now here Continue reading for another video showcasing the ultimate Bonneville Salt Flats hot rod build.
“Andrew Murray has built a fascinating mix of high-tech hot rod. He has broken traditional molds with the ability to match current fuel-injection technology with a 50-year-old Potvin blower setup, utilizing a DIY mentality that gave him the freedom to explore whatever options he could imagine,” said RX Speed