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Best of from the 2013 LA Roadster Show The Random Best of - Ahhh... you were sick of engine pics Well, I've done "Best of" for engines at the LA Roadster Show the last couple years. You didn't want that again did ya? Well here are those stories, just in case: 2011 Best engine and 2010 Best Engines   Otherwise, here are a few random, "Best of's" from the 2013 LA Roadster Show.   [caption id="attachment_19003" align="alignnone" ...
11 Best Hot Rod Engines - Motor City Style Traditional Hot Rods, Drag Racers & Muscle Engines Sponsored by Speedway Motors - Build your hot rod engine with Speedway! #1 Start off with a cold Coors? The Atomic Rocket front engine dragster has a supremely detailed, blown & injected Rocket motor for motivation. Just like when I shot the "17 best wheel and tire" story from the 2012 Detroit Autorama, I made my way around the show shooting the best hot ...
15 Best Hot Rod Engines at 2011 LA Roadster Show Hot Rod Hemi's, Flatheads and Bangers - Take Your Pick! #1 Overhead Valve Conversion Banger Ford Flathead in a Slick looking Slingshot. Best Engines of the 2011 LA Roadster Show We tried this at the 2010 LA Roadster Show and it's been a great story with interesting feedback. So why not try it again? Everyone's got their own style and as you can see from the engines I picked out, I trend towards nostalgic, blown, ...
Best Engines from SEMA Las Vegas 2010 - Twin Turbo Viper SEMA Car Show - Our Favorite Engines I tripped over my normally aspirated tongue on the way to this insane twin turbo Dodge Viper in the K&N booth at SEMA 2010 in hot rod alley. How do you take it all in?  I was so "blown" (I'm hella funny) away that I didn't grab any overall pics or get the rest of the details. I'll leave that to our friends at Speedhunters.com: From Speedhunters: What you're looking at is ...
Best Engines from SEMA Las Vegas 2010 - LS Chevelle SEMA Car Show - Our Favorite Engines This is the kind of engine that stops you in your tracks at SEMA. Among all the great rides making the SEMA car show, standing out is tough, so hats off to the "Be Cool" Bomber project 1972 Chevelle. From their show card, this is an LS1 motor punched to 388 cubic inches and built by Terry Rosebush Performance for owner Kiet Pham. Pictured right up front you'll see the ProCharger ...
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