1,500 Mile BIG BLOCK Biscayne DRAG CAR & Automotive Oddities from Street Rod Nationals



I stumbled across a LOW MILEAGE big block Biscayne drag car, and lots of other cool stuff during my weekend at the NSRA Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky. Take a look at some of my finds, including an extremely rare 1958 Packard with a factory supercharged V8 engine! Other finds include a 1933 Plymouth historic hot rod with an Olds V8, as well as the “Rampabago”, a custom motorhome ramp truck hybrid. Of course, more cruising coverage after hours closes out the video and the weekend of action from Louisville.

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26 Comments

  1. Packard had cash and Studebaker had dealer . So to say Studebaker bought Packard is not quite what happened . As a mater of record Packard bought Studebaker.

  2. That Packard/Studebaker with the supercharger was a factory built street rod. They were among the hottest cars on the road. The only problem I have with the Packard version is the extended nose. The Studebaker Golden Hawk is to this day my dream car and has been since the early 60's.

  3. I always enjoy your videos they bring back memories. My friend Allen in the 90's bought a white 66 chevy biscayne 427 all original just for the motor. We put the motor in his 70 C10 and scrapped the biscayne. In the 80's I helped a friend pull a 427 out of a 66 vet the owner wanted a small block to give his daughter the car. If we only knew!! Allen had a 70 vet 454 4spd, the 427 C10 and a Baja Bug with my 2ltr 914 motor in it, he passed suddenly in 09 with no relatives all cars were lost.

  4. Love the Rampabago! That must be an old Olds in that Plymouth, with those center-bolted valve covers.
    The Biscayne was sweet, and so was that '69 Cutlass at the end.

  5. I love the Packard a good buddy of mine's got to drive line from one of those unfortunately couldn't get the car it was broken in half in the salvage yard and the guy who owned it wouldn't let him buy the body but he has the engine trans and rear end and some other trinkets he probably will never do anything with it cuz he's he's an engine hoarder thanks for doing this excuse me inspired I'm missing all drag races Street racer that's retired

  6. Man those was some killer vehicles. I lived there for almost 20 years and loved everything we got to go to street rod Nats there. I miss it 😪 !

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