Wednesday, August 02, 2017

the blown-Hemi-powered creation nicknamed Driverless T by brother builders Don and Hoody Mitchell, who received a Oct. ’58 Hot Rod Magazine feature

A deep belly pan put Don and the engine way down low, beneath the hinged cowl-hood panel. His windshield was a clear-plastic grille insert. This thing must’ve been safer than it looks, earning the Best Engineered trophy at a downtown Oklahoma City hot rod show staged in conjunction with NHRA’s fourth annual “Big Go.”

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