Body – Nose and tail section is from a bellytank that has been widened.   The fairing  is also parts of a belly tank and the rest of the body panels are handmade.  Top fairing now has an air scoop. Frame – The frame structure is made from 2 x 4 x 3/16 rectangle tubing and 3 bulkheads are incorporated.  One at the rear of the engine compartment and one in front of the engine compartment and one in front of cockpit area.  The rest of the frame is made from 1 5/8 DOM tubing, including the roll cage. Front End – Front axle is a narrowed tube that has 40 Ford spindles and Lincoln hubs.  Front suspension is two parallel leafs.  It also uses a 40 Ford steering box. Rear End – The rear end is a narrowed Halibrand Quick change, which is coupled to a 40 Ford transmission that use 2nd and 3rd gears (Lincoln). Wheels and Tires – 16 inch steel Ford wheels.  Dunlap racing tires that have been shaved and balanced.  They also have moon disk wheel covers. Cockpit – The cockpit area has a canopy that opens up for entry.  The dash is simple with only a few gauges.  There is a GPS speedometer, telatach for RPM, exhaust temperature gauge and idiot lights for oil and water temp.  Steering wheel is WWII aircraft.  The pedal assembly is from a 1957 Ford Pickup.  The seat is aluminum.  The shifting and throttle are cable operated. Engine – 59 A Block that is filled.  286 cubic inch, billet heads (solid), forged piston, Carillo rods, Mercury crank, Vertex magneto, Hillborn fuel injection, 671 blower, Isky cam.  It has a nitrous system that has never been tested.  (The purchase of the engine with the car is optional) Trailer – There is a 20 foot trailer that is part of the package. Racing History – The streamliner has been raced at Bonneville and El Mirage.  To date, the top speed has been 191 mph with the current engine. It has all of the required safety equipment (fire system, seat belts, parachute, race tires, etc).


Location: Castaic, California, United States

See listing: Scta, Bonneville, Race Car, Flathead, Ford, Hot Rod, Landspeed Streamliner (from March 5, 2016)