Here at ROUSH, Chevrolets aren’t our thing. For more than 20 years, we’ve built badass Fords with a whole lot of power and handling capabilities to match. But when Adam Genei and the guys from Mobsteel Detroit in Michigan wanted a cool and different power plant for their 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air, they gave us a call. After all, how else would you make a Chevy fast?
A Ford Performance Aluminator engine topped with a ROUSH Supercharger was chosen for the ’56, and we had it ready for them to load up when they stopped by. While at headquarters, the guys toured our sprawling production facility, and even got to check out the innovative ROUSH Active Exhaust System – a patented ROUSH creation.
You can catch the episode on the HISTORY Channel or check it out here: History.com/shows/detroit-steel!Google+