McCulloch

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Carl Fleischmann's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster of Glendale, California was completed in 1953 featuring two centrifugal McCulloch VR57 superchargers.
Jack Schleich's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe of Oceanside, New York was fit one McCulloch supercharger in 1959. In 1961 Jack ran a dual McCulloch set-up on the coupe.
Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford of McMinnville, Oregon was restyled by Ron between 1954 and 1956. The car, known as the X-51, featured a 1955 Chevrolet V-8 with a McCulloch supercharger.
In 1959 Bill Frick Motors installed a 389 Pontiac engine with two McCulloch blowers in Albert Ornellas' 1957 Ford Thunderbird. Albert was a street racer from Lowell, Massachusetts. The conversion took 663 hours to perform. The hourly charge was 5 USD, and the total price was $3315.00.
Jack and Carolyn Kiely's 1950 Mercury Convertible of Rumson, New Jersey. Restyled by IDA Automotive, the build was completed in 2018. Power came from a McCulloch supercharged Flathead engine.

Cars Featuring Parts Manufactured by McCulloch

Supercharger
Kevin Perry's 1928 Ford
Carl Fleischmann's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster
Jack Schleich's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe
Jack and Carolyn Kiely's 1950 Mercury Convertible
Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford - X-51
Jack Kirsch's 1954 Cadillac
Milt Goodman's 1955 Chevrolet
Norman Wesp's 1955 Oldsmobile
Albert Ornellas' 1957 Ford Thunderbird



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