The prestigious Ridler Award will be announced this afternoon at the 62nd Annual Detroit Autorama, and this year’s pool of contestants is as good as ever. Check out the 2014 Pirelli Great 8 below and tell us your favorite. Keep your eyes on Summit Racing’s Facebook page today to see the winner.
The 1933 Ford Sedan Delivery features an LS2 and is owned by Al and Jean Seese, Lees Summit, Missouri.
1969 RS/SS Camaro, owned by Brian and Gianna Ganos of Muskego, Wisconsin. It’s powered by a 427 small block and 6-speed Tremec trans.
1956 Chevy 210, owned by Dan Duffy of Marietta, Georgia. Powered by an LS3.
’32 Ford Fordor Sedan, owned by Don and Carolyn Smith of Mansfield, Texas. The body is channeled over the frame with no pillars.
1964 Buick Riviera owned by JF Launier. It’s powered by a 850 hp Chevy big block and 6-speed trans.
1957 Chevy Hardtop owned by John and Phyllis Sadler of Little Rock, Arkansas. It features an LS7 Chevy engine.
1933 Ford 5-Window Coupe, owned by Rocky Boler of Southampton, New York. Its drivetrain is based on a 2005 Corvette with an LS2.
1967 Chevy Nova, owned by Steve Tornari of Parkland, Florida. Powered by an LS2 Chevy engine.
Dude! There is a lot of wrong motors size put under these cars wrong!
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