1965 Mustang with a Triple-Supercharged LSx V8
by Christopher Christopher Published in engineswapdepot.com
Bradly Gray enjoys building vehicles with red paint, chrome, and wild engines. He calls his collection Blown Mafia and each vehicle features an engine that doubles as a sculpture rising out of the engine bay. Bradly newest creation is a 1965 Mustang called Trifecta. Sitting between the Mustang’s front wheels is a 427 ci (7.0 L) LSx V8 with Arias LSx HEMI heads. On top of the Arias intake manifold sits a Weiand 8-71 supercharger flanked by Weiand 174 superchargers. A 250 shot nitrous system weaves around the entire creation for good measure. The drivetrain consists of a Dedenbear Powerglide two-speed automatic transmission connected to a Ford 9-inch rear end with 4.88 gears.
Source: Blown Mafia FB page and ScottieDTV