Not only does this 1954 Chevrolet 3100 house a hefty 6.6L LBZ Duramax engine, it boasts a quad-turbo setup and enough piping to blow your mind! Check it out!
While attempting to beat her own land speed record on August 27, Jessi Combs, racer, fabricator and television personality, crashed her 52,000-hp jet car in Oregon’s Alvord Desert, killing her. Combs was 36.
Doug “Burton” Brown of Fremont, WI, raced stock cars for more than 30 years before he got into land speed racing at Bonneville and other venues. In 2010, he set a record with a Datsun Z-car, and about a year later he found a Bonneville Streamliner on eBay and purchased the engine-less car for somewhere
In December, we discussed the use of Allison engines – originally designed for use in WWII fighter planes – in watercraft applications. Now, we’ll pick up the story of these versatile powerplants finding success on dry land.