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Old 07-23-2007, 05:09 PM
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Sneaky Pete V12 hotrod

Found this on the net the other day thought y'all'd enjoy
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http://www.blastolene.com/Work_in_Pr...sneakypete.htm





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thats going to be one heavy SOB but its cool to see weird projects like that.
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There was a guy here that had a truck parts wrecking yard with one of those motors in a wrecker,, I thought it was a couple of GMC truck motors that this guy had rigged up,, he was always messin with some kind of weird contraption, never thought it was a factory motor,,

The guy building this truck is the same one that built the Blastolene special that Jay Leno owns,, neat cars,, I think they would be fun to cruise around in,, Bill
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There was a guy here that had a truck parts wrecking yard with one of those motors in a wrecker,, I thought it was a couple of GMC truck motors that this guy had rigged up,, he was always messin with some kind of weird contraption, never thought it was a factory motor,,

The guy building this truck is the same one that built the Blastolene special that Jay Leno owns,, neat cars,, I think they would be fun to cruise around in,, Bill
That's a 702 GM V-12. Made up of two two 351 V-6s with a common block, produced in the mid to late 60s.
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this is a interesting read on these engines http://www.6066gmcguy.org/Jolly-702v12.htm

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What type trucks did they put them in ? bet thats a gas guzzler,, gulp, gulp gulp ,,,ding ding ding
I read somewhere that they were in the 7000 series trucks from GMC. They weigh in around 1500lbs. Not much the average joe is willing to work with, but I'd make an exception
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