Monster Model T Has Two V8s and 4 Superchargers

Rat Rod

This ain't old Henry's vision of the automobile. It's way cooler.

They call it "Double-Trouble," and at its core lay a 1927 Ford Model T. This completely customized rat rod is unlike anything we’ve seen before. It’s completely ridiculous in every way imaginable. Therefore we love it. Why exactly? It’s powered by two (yeah, that's right, two) 4.6-liter modular V8s and four superchargers for a grand total of 1,200 horsepower. Its owner is a New Zealand ex-pat who’s always had a thing for cars and bikes, and some may even argue, he’s completely mental for building something like this.

It sounds like a jet plane is driving down the freeway and for that we applaud the crazy Kiwi. He and his "Double-Trouble" are what the world today needs more of.

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