Double Down! – Quicksilver Q Crew
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Double Down!

Conceived as a project to showcase their performance coatings, Jet-Hot worked with Atlanta hot rod builder Bryan Fuller of Fuller Moto. “Double Down” is the resulting 1932 Ford-based Cannonball race tribute car was built to run at the outer limits of performance.  After spending a few mesmerizing minutes taking in the totality of this amazing design, you begin to take in the details and notice – it’s all-wheel-drive!

Fuller and Jet Hot wanted a vehicle that could be taken to many types of racing venues: auto-cross, ice racing, Bonneville and more. To accomplish this aggressive goal the car was hand-built with nearly 95 percent of its custom parts either from the racing world or specially fabricated. One of the most notable things about this vehicle is that it has a differential sticking out the grille shell. It is a big, cast Winter’s quick-change in the front; an independent rear unit is made from the venerable Sprint Car round models. The 576ci Kurt Urban-prepped Jon Kaase Boss 9 engine sends power to a G-Force 5-speed transmission. The aircraft-quality construction includes an all-Indy-style pushrod suspension, which required moving the Griffin radiator to the rear. Design, pivots and bearings are Indy units with billet rockers. Front coilovers and rear shocks are RideTech.

Photos by Barret-Jackson

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