Tommy Pike Customs has just brought us a new car that’s a bit paradoxical, especially when it comes to the mixing of a GM power-train with a Ford chassis. The car of choice is a 1969 Ford F-100, and the engine of choice is a Cadillac LSA tuned engine.
The engine comes from a second generation Cadillac CTS-V. The engine, which is supercharged and sports over 20 lbs. of boost, produces nearly 800 horsepower. The surprising thing, however, is that the car almost looks to be stock, but don’t be deceived.
Once you hear the thing start up and the roar of the modern V8, not only will it hit you that this thing is one bad machine, you’ll also realize just how one of a kind it really is.