NASCAR Powered, Stick Shift, Wheelie Muscle Machine is AWESOME
Out there in the world of wheels, all of the different possible racing combinations ...
Out there in the world of wheels, all of the different possible racing combinations can get us drooling.
Just thinking about all of the engine possibilities to be swapped into a drag car really can send a chill down the spine. When it comes to these combinations, they fall into two categories.
On the one hand, we have the tried-and-true. These engines have a sort of roadmap laid out in front of them. For example, if somebody picks out an LS engine and shoves it into the chassis of their choice, there’s going to be a lot of information available. Furthermore, the aftermarket does a lot to back up these sorts of combinations.
On the other hand, though, we have the combinations that are a little bit more off-the-wall. These courses stick out from the group because they do something a little bit different.
Building something like this definitely isn’t going to be as easy. If someone uses a power plant as we see here from a NASCAR stock car, obviously, that roadmap that we mentioned before is going out the window. Instead, all sorts of components have to be custom-made. It’s not like you can go to the local parts store and ask for parts from a NASCAR engine.
This time, we follow along with one of those unique creations. To make matters even cooler, the car made its way to the 2019 version of Drag Week all the way from Sweden. Combining old school American muscle with NASCAR power and a stick shift is incredibly cool, to say the least.
When we see this car rip and how it’s able to perform, matters get even more interesting. Lastly, watching the wheelies it’s capable of, even shifting into second gear with the front wheels in the air, we absolutely fall in love. After checking out the BigKleib34 feature below, be sure to tell us what you think of this Swedish monster machine.