The intention for Project Cool Blue—our ’65 Coronet—is to be a stock-looking sleeper. Unbeknownst to others, under its stock flat hood will be a Ray Barton-built 528 Street Hemi with a dyno-proven 825 hp. From behind, that stealthy/stock look will continue on, sporting the stock gas tank, leaf-spring suspension, and stock-looking down-swept tailpipes from TTI Exhaust. We didn’t want an unsightly tank sump with hoses hanging underneath out back, nor did we want a fuel cell in the trunk when we were fueling up at a gas station, and we certainly didn’t need a super-loud high-pitched whine announcing the movement of hundreds of gallons of fuel.
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