Have you ever wanted a Pinto, but felt like they might be too safe? Too slow? Too unable to fill the back up with the most glorious redneck hot tub ever? Well, have I found the car for you!
Have you ever wished your shopping cart had a huge engine powering the wheels as you schlepped groceries down the dairy aisle? There would be no point to it, of course, but it would be cool.
Catching sight of a 1940 Ford Convertible in any form is a rare occurrence, but chances are the last one you saw wasn't sitting on the ground and powered by a modern Chevy small block—unless this was the car you were looking at.
Let's say you're embroiled in an all-out mega-grill arms race against your dastardly neighbor. What's a car guy to do? Create an incredibly unique grilling masterpiece from the leftovers of a small block Chevy engine.
We know what you're thinking. Another Chevelle at SEMA. Wait now. This Chevelle kicks out 1000 horsepower without a blower, the bottle, or burning one drop of gasoline. How? Propane! The small block Chevy under the hood huffs down the same stuff folks use to heat up their Hamburger Helper. Since propane packs a 100+…
"In me is power. Churning power, turning power, burning power, in eight busy breathing cylinders! I am Chevrolet's new Turbo-Fire V8, an engine that keeps car wheels rolling!" Judging by the scenery-chewing hyperdramatic delivery of the narrator (coupled with war-movie background music) in this ad for Chevy's…