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I have seen that before, from a street rodder stand point it is over the top---which is what it is supposed to be.
What would impress me on a Model T side is to do something similar with two T engines in a speedster fashion, of course with period speed parts on the engines. That might just out do the one posted above for shear coolness.
Chad -- John Steele is putting together a two-engine speedster now. Mike Bender is building the engines. Stay tuned!
Gary Lefever already built a 2 engine car that is now in Speedy Bills museum.
Also Bob Kasack built one years ago.
IMHO, if it has 2 T engines it should be the Ford M1918
If they get ahead of you in the 1/4 just gun 'em down
I don't know who this is or where I got the image from, so my apologies if I'm stepping on any toes by posting it.
It was built by Gary LaFever of Wichita Ks. It's in Speedy Bills museum now in Lincoln Ne.