Part Of The Week

September 15th, 2014

In the early ’60 if you ran oddball motors you couldn’t go down to the store and buy an intake manifold for it. The King of the odd stuff was Tony Nancy with his Buick, Olds and Dodge setups so it was only natural that he fabricated his own. In true hot rodder fashion he got an Edelbrock part and simply bolted a thick aluminum plate on top of it to take his Weiand blower. It probably wasn’t the most efficient setup in the world but it worked well enough for the stitcher to tromp his competition, Tony Nancy Collection.

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