Post 'em if you have 'em. This is my little road snake
The first car my dad let me drive up in Shasta county, Cali on a gravel road at age 12 was a dark red, fastback 'cudaNothin' like setting the bar sky-freaking-high with the first post!
Nice ride. Big engine, little car. Always a good combo. No pics, but there's a '66 Barracuda in the garage. 273/auto, but not the Commando. Gave it to my boy on his 16th birthday. It's waiting for him to get a house so he can come get it.
I guess a picture of my `93 suburban with 240,000 miles on it would be out of place. LOL--- Seriously, that IS a nice ride. Love the lines of it.The first car my dad let me drive up in Shasta county, Cali on a gravel road at age 12 was a dark red, fastback 'cuda
My snake has a port matched EFI Ford racing engine 514 with 580 HP and 622 Ft Pds at the crank
No worries, am not a snob, like all performance rigs, old and new
That's awesome! How much better do you like the fuel injection?I had an 80 year old man who was a member of the old Petty Racing team port match the Edelbrock Torker 2 intake, that boosted the torque + 40 and made it a lot smoother. She's just as pretty under the hood. I high polished the intake, water pump and valve covers and clear ceramic coated them
Here's how it looked when I first converted it and before the port matching and a different air filter system
The Demon carb was totally unsuited for that car.. it pulls so much G force and sticks to the road so well that the bowls would overflow into the venturis on any tight corner, flooding the engine. I gave it away to my transmission mechanicThat's awesome! How much better do you like the fuel injection?
I can only speak for Holley but it's great.. I don't think it boosted HP that much but smoothness and driveability? Way upHmmm interesting. Maybe I will look into fuel injecting mine. Do you think I would pick up any power with my old 428 by doing this? What brand would you recommend?