Illustration for article titled Goodnight, Oppo. Dream of quadruple Allison-engined monsters tonight.
Illustration for article titled Goodnight, Oppo. Dream of quadruple Allison-engined monsters tonight.
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Illustration for article titled Goodnight, Oppo. Dream of quadruple Allison-engined monsters tonight.

This is a car built by a man named Jim Lytle in the ‘60s. It was four wheel drive and powered by four Allison V12s, which made at least around 3,000 horsepower each. It was unofficially the world’s most powerful car at the time, and probably would’ve been one of the fastest too, if the owner had been able to afford clutch assemblies for it. It still exists, but the Allison engines are missing their internal components by now and it’s still missing those clutch assemblies, so we’ll probably never get to see what it would’ve been capable of. But hey, what are dreams for? If you find yourself in one of those dreams you can control, try to make this thing appear and see how fast it goes.

Illustration for article titled Goodnight, Oppo. Dream of quadruple Allison-engined monsters tonight.
Illustration for article titled Goodnight, Oppo. Dream of quadruple Allison-engined monsters tonight.

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