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    Someone shoved a Ferrari V12 into a Ford T-Bucket and gave it twin twin screws

    I guess you could see this build is all about power to weight. ProWire Performance in Sydney, Australia had this beast roll through their garage for some wiring work. What you see is a Ferrari quad-cam V12 with a blower on top of each bank of cylinders.

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    This is squeezed into a classic Ford hotrod. Basically, you might as well be sitting on top of the motor.

    How much power? Only the owner knows but clearly he is into an awesome exhaust note with a mountain of instant torque in a light package.

    Our kind of guy.

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    Video: https://www.facebook.com/18866724456...8930047542277/

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    Ok, that is just too cool. Mad respect.

    Thats what I call "long tube headers"

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    Doesn't sound particularly good in that video... Ferrari might have mergers in their exhausts for a reason. Very cool build, though.

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    Sounds like a much older Ferrari v12. Are those carbies on the end of the superchargers?

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    Google say it's a "4.4 L DOHC V12 from a Ferrari 365 GTB/4 with two superchargers and two side-draft Weber 38 DCOE carburetors."

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    Zoomie headers! Looks cool as hell.

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