You want something unique to cruise around town in, you say? You'd like something with a decent amount of horsepower, you say? You're not too concerned with waking up the neighbors or the consistency of the atmosphere, you say? Well then, here's the car for you.
It's a highly custom 2,500-horsepower, twin-supercharged-V-8 (that's two supercharged V-8s in series) 1932 Ford sedan delivery. And it's up for sale at Hemmings.com right now.
Yes, believe it or not, it's street legal--at least in certain parts of the country. Even with 16 open headers.
Those engines aren't your run-of-the-mill blown V-8s, either. They're 572-cubic-inch (9.37 liter) Keith Black all-aluminum Hemis, with Eagle cranks & rods, Ross 9.2:1 pistons, and a whole boatload of other custom parts and electronics to run them. Each one makes 1,250 horsepower.
The transmission is a two-speed Pro Mod-style 'box, driving the rear wheels through a Moser Dana 60 with 3.54 gears and 35-spline axles. Wilwood disc brakes all around, custom bodywork, and ... yes, even a dual nitrous setup with LED-lit purges put the cherry on top of this Sunday driver.
You'll be glad to know that this incredible bit of hot-roddery "has never been raced" according to the seller. It has lived its life as a trailer queen and show car.
Someone should buy this thing and remedy that sad lack of experience ASAP.