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David Ragan's Top Picks for SEMA 2011

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Twin-Engine 1927 Ford Model T Roadster

Appropriately dubbed the "Double Trouble Hot Rod," this 1927 Ford is far from stock, but as Ragan notes, "You just can't deny the ingenuity here." It's nothing like Ragan's more straight-from-the-factory 1931 Model A, but the inventiveness and the craftsmanship put into this vehicle catches the eye. Ragan isn't focused on the kitchen blender mounted atop the engine — he's focused on the two supercharged 4.6-liter Ford V8 engines. Joined by chain, they drive about 1,000 horsepower to the rear wheels. The owner, Gordon Tronson of Las Vegas, built the car from scratch with no drawings whatsoever. Worth noting is that the 15-inch rear wheels are 14 inches wide.
© Photo: Rod Hatfield
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