The World's Fastest Small Block Chevy?

The Nish Streamliner is designed to be the world's fastest Chevy small block-powered vehicle. Designed to run 425 mph on the salt, the flaming purple arrow is 27 feet long and weighs only 2750 lbs. A fiberglass body shell wraps around a 4130 chromoly tube frame, while various Klein-built SBC's can be wedged between the framerails for competition in different classes. Terry, Jeff, T.J. and Mike Nish have all run well over 300, calling themselves "The World's Fastest Family." We shall see if they'll all break the 400mph barrier in the seasons to come.

The World's Fastest Small Block Chevy?

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