The brainchild of custom car designer and builder Randy Grubb, this all aluminum beauty features classic art-deco styling and a powerplant to turn heads. According to Randy, “powering this particular vehicle is a Detroit diesel 12V71, two-stroke diesel. It’s a very unique motor, 12V71, meaning each cylinder is 71 cubic inches.” He continues to explain “Those two 671 superchargers inline are stock.” Despite the massive displacement, and forced induction systems, Randy clarifies that this is the lower horsepower version of this Detroit engine, at around 500 hp, and 1,000 lb-ft of torque. The uprated version featured turbochargers feeding the superchargers.
Article courtesy of Rod Authority, written by Trevor Anderson.