1956 Chrysler Firepower V8


Printed on 250 gram, quality paper in super hi definition this print  features a 1956 Chrysler Firepower v8 “hemi” in Rembrandt’s famous 1632 painting “The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp”

The famous firepower hemispherical combustion chamber V8 quickly became the must have engine for hot rodders and drag race enthusiasts in the 50s and 60s and was responsible for more speed records than any other power plant. Even today top fuel dragsters and funny cars use custom built aluminium block versions of the hemi to accelerate these cars from standing to over 300mph in just under 4 seconds! Supercharged, fuel injected and burning 90% nitro methanol these engines produce ten thousand horsepower and consume 11 gallons of fuel per second at full throttle…

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