32 Ford With Twin Turbo Ferrari Engine

Posted on Mar 31 2017 - 10:13am by Ty G

MP Classics 32 Ford with Ferrari Engine 7

Why would you stuff a Ferrari engine into a 1932 Ford and then twin turbo charge it? Because you can! This Vintage Flats satin red fiberglass bodied 32 Ford is a crazy mashup. They started off with the poor mans Ferrari engine (from a 1989 Mondial) and took it up to 950-horsepower with help from twin Turbonetics turbos. Specs and pictures after the break. Oh yeah, you can buy this for about $250k from MP Classics World

 

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32 Ford chassis, boxed, stainless inserts
Independent rear suspension with 15 inches disc brakes and 4 piston calipers
Front drop axle with disc brakes hidden behind aluminum drum brakes
18 inches wheels designed by Alan Lee with Achilles Race Tires
32 Ford 3 windows fiberglass body painted with Vintage Flatz satin red
power windows
pop up doors
steel front grill with Mishimoto intercoolers
High capacity Aluminum radiator in the trunk
AEM infinity engine computer
American auto wire harness
Dakota Digital gauges
Full race roll cage
Bucket seat with 5 points harness
KW suspension race shocks

 

Engine Specification:
1989 3 liters Ferrari V8 engine
8500 RPM
950 estimated horsepower
9.1 to 1 compression ratio
Twin Turbonetics Turbos
One off stainless steel Hi Flow headers build by Alan Lee with Cone Engineering pre-bend tubing
6 speed Tremec manual transmission with race clutch

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  1. JJA April 2, 2017 at 10:45 pm -

    All the attention to detail and there is rust on the pulleys?!

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