Would You Put a Dodge Viper Engine in a 1930 Rolls Royce?

Tuning

The Spirit of Ecstasy on ecstasy.

Modifications and tuning of classic cars are usually a goodthing, especially when they’re done in a tasteful manner that shows a greatdeal of respect towards the original car. While we’re sure this owner reallydoes respect his 1930 Rolls Royce GLR Coupe, we aren't sure whether stuffing aViper engine and Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission under its hood is thebest way of showing this geezer some love. Still, it’s bound to be interestingto drive this thing.

Check the video of this wacky match here:

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