2015 SEMA Show: Wildest Rides

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Built by Gordy Tronson at Gordy’s Garage in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Equadoline started life as a 1962 Ford Econoline Pickup before the bed was removed and replaced by a hand-built tube chassis to receive four supercharged Ford 4.6-liter V8 engines. The front suspension and rear end are from a C7 Corvette, with a Getrag 6-speed transaxle and coil-over rear shocks. Total output is estimated at 4000 horsepower. Yes, four thousand. Not a typo.

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