Inside the car is all business, like a race car should be. A pair of high-back race bucket seats covered in black Naugahyde look right at home along with Simpson five-point harnesses and a full 1-3/4-inch rollcage. To take care of business, an ididit column topped with a Speedway Motors blue metalflake steering wheel looks cool while gear changes work through a Hurst Competition Plus shifter. The stock dash was filled with Auto Meter dials to monitor the vitals while Tilton pedals move the power. Andy and Mickey have been laying down endless miles in the ’55, as their newest ’57 Gasser is well underway in the construction phase. To us it doesn’t get any better than that.

Tech Tips


How to select the correct fuel pump pushrod

When you are upgrading your camshaft in a vehicle equipped with a mechanical fuel pump, you may also need to upgrade your fuel pump pushrod to ensure compatibility with your new cam. The material that the pushrod is made from must be softer than the camshaft material. This will keep your engine running both safely and at peak performance.


Voltage matters

On an EZ-EFI system, the pink wire on the harness needs to get 12 V in the crank and run position. If it does not, running of the EZ-EFI will be affected.


How do I keep trash out of my stacks?

Inglese Metal Screen Filters are the best way to keep larger trash and debris from becoming lodged within a custom Inglese EFI System. They are designed to bolt into place out of sight between the throttle body and stacks.