Double Trouble™ Hot Rod

See it on the Velocity TV Show "Bitchin' Rides":

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The Double Trouble Hot Rod is a 1927 Model T with Two Ford Racing Engines!

Another video featuring Gordon Tronson and his other creations:

Ford Econoline Van with 4 (FOUR!) Blown Ford Racing Engines on display at SEMA 2015

YouTube Video: Germany: 4,000 bhp MONSTER on display at Essen Motor Show

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Published on Nov 22, 2016

Visitors at this year’s Essen Motor Show will be able to see a powerful 4,000-horsepower car, a tuned 1962 Ford Econoline Pickup, on show at the exhibition on Tuesday.

Owner and designer of the car, Gordon Tronson, said that the vehicle “Originally had a small six-cylinder motor, obviously I've changed it somewhat.” The car now boasts a total of FOUR integrated 4.6 litre V8 double overhead cam 4 valves per cylinder supercharged motors with a custom made body and chassis.

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Our Spectacular T-Shirt shows Double Trouble as it is now - with FOUR BLOWERS!

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For more information or to order by mail or phone please contact:
Gordon Tronson
Las Vegas, Nevada
Cell 702-521-5786

Initially there were two blowers. The lastest photos on the bottom of the page show FOUR BLOWERS!
To see Double Trouble and QuadZilla Four-Engine Harley in person search for "Double Trouble Car Shows":

Video: Big Muscle Concludes with Dual Engine-Powered ’27 Ford

From: Rod Authority

4 Engine Harley

Gordon Tronson's Newest Creation: The 4 (FOUR!) Engine Harley More info and photos...

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Gordon Tronson
Las Vegas, Nevada


1927 Model T Roadster

Totally built from scratch with just an idea, no drawings or models. One of a kind.

Chassis: Custom-built 1.5-inch tube. All tube bending by owner i.e. manual. Powdered coated gray.

Body: Fiberglass 1927 Model T painted Candy Apple Blue.

Independent front suspension: Unequal A-arms, coil over shocks, fabricated by owner.

Steering Box: Off road sand rail type rack and pinion.

Front Disk Brakes and Spindles: 90s Corvette.

Rear End: Jaguar, with inboard disc brakes.

Under floor brake and booster with 2lb residual valve front and back.

Mickey Thompson tires with Billet Specialties wheels 15x14 rear and 15x7 front.

Very cool steering wheel by CON2R, column shift.

Gas Tank: Custom made, rides in rear above rear end, Pro Comp electric fuel pump.

Engines: All aluminum Ford 4.6L modular V8s, DOHC, 32 valves,
Custom made supercharger manifolds with B&M Teflon superchargers and
Holley blower 4150 double pumper carburetors, with shotgun air cleaners.
Approx 1000HP

Ignition: Pro Com CD system, distributors are new magnetic pick/up type 1939 Ford flathead
V8s replicas, custom made adaptors on back of blocks driving through the valve cover
connecting to the overhead cam shaft on each motor via slotted end.

One starter motor per engine, which start both engines together.

Radiator: Custom made by Griffin Thermal Products. Built with two lower
outlets and two upper inlets around 7gls, one 16-inch electric fan.

Driveline: Gates 90mm by 14mm pitch Poly Chain GT Carbon via
steelsprockets and a custom machined 2inch spline shaft driving a 3spd Ford C5
automatic transmission. Custom built bell housing. Think of a triangle.
Machine work by Micar Fab Las Vegas.

Custom hand made windshield frame.
Other custom made parts by owner include exhaust system, headlight posts, dashboard,
pluming pipes, seat frame and door panels. All welding, engineering, wiring, pretty much
entire construction by owner.

The Owner/builder is Gordon Tronson of Las Vegas, Nevada.
He was originally a Hot Rodder from Napier, New Zealand.

One of Gordon's first creations was a Lamborghini Countach replica fabricated entirely by hand.

Double Trouble Hot Rod at Auto Club Raceway

Gordon Tronson's Double Trouble twin engine Hot Rod serves as tow car to Kevin Sarginson's Mustang GT 460 Funny Car at the March 2011 Meet at Auto Club Raceway.

Magazine Cover

Double Trouble featured on the cover of "Heavy Duty Hot Rods" Magazine 2011

This Countach was built by me from scratch using a 1/24 scale model as a guide. The Lamborghini Countach was a mid engined sports car produced by Italian automaker Lamborghini from 1974 to 1990. When I first saw pictures of it in the mid-seventies I knew I had to have one, so I built it myself. The mold was pulled from a wood buck that I formed by hand back in New Zealand. The buck was built in Canada in 1986. This is not a kit. I built it from scratch. I built a number of them. The car pictured in these photos was built and sold in 1992. Read More

Gordon Tronson, The Builder
If you have to ask why, you'll never understand Gordon Tronson. There is no reason to build a twin-engine, 1,000-horsepower hot rod, by yourself, in your garage. If you can somehow make sense of that, try this: Unlike practically every other twin-engine car ever built - and there have been quite a few, from drag racers to street cars - the power plants in Tronson's car are mounted side-by-side. Read More

Quad Blowers

The latest modification is Quad Blowers!

Get Yours Now! Ships within 5 Business Days via First Class Mail!
Choose your size:
All Major Credit Cards and PayPal accepted. From Ideal Communications LLC

For more information or to order by mail or phone please contact:
Gordon Tronson
Las Vegas, Nevada
Cell 702-521-5786

Gordon Tronson is also owner of
Top Gun Down Under Racing Team
ChumpCar World Series Mustang Endurance Auto Racing Team

For more information about Gordon see
To learn more about Gordon and his TV Appearances search for "Gordon Tronson History Channel":
To see the Double Trouble Hot Rod and QuadZilla Four-Engine Harley search for "Gordon Tronson Car Shows":

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