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The Grabber Team Interceptor



Grabber's Engine Mods

updated: May 1st 2010 @ 04:49 AM



Grabber's Engine

Looks darn fine!



How he sat stock:

  • K&N Typhoon Air Intake from Steeda  
  • Brushed Stainless Radiator Cover from UPR

  • Helix Power Tower Plus Throttle Body Spacer from Street & Performance Electronics 
  • Billet Stainless Fuse Box Cover-Brushed Finish from UPR

  • Billet Aluminum Windshield Washer Cap Cover-Brushed Finish from UPR  
  • Billet Aluminum Power Steering Cap Cover-Brushed Finish from UPR  
  • Billet Aluminum Radiator Cap Cover-Brushed Finish from UPR  
  • Billet Aluminum Brake Fluid Cap Cover-Brushed Finish from UPR  
  • Billet Aluminum Strut Tower Cap Cover Kit-Brushed Finish from UPR

  • Powdercoated Valve Covers to match the car color .. done by my long time friend SQUID
  • Custom Painted Plenum Cover by Midwest Auto Gear  
  • Custom Painted Flaming Pony for the plenum cover by SS Inserts


Added fuel rail covers

That looks like a new Steeda Strut Tower brace

Got tired of the ugly hood blanket so off it came and I repainted the hood
I'm not fond of plastic tanks so I installed some Canton water and powersteering tanks.
New billet battery holddown
After I installed the stainless radiator cover I didn't like it so I removed it, painted the stock cover and added some radiator cover extensions. I think I'm going to do something custom to them before all is said and done.


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Last 3 User Comments
Jul 16th, 2013 @ 6:17 AM


RIP Tim.  We'll miss you buddy.

Sep 22nd, 2012 @ 7:04 PM

Replying to:

A very nice start Guy

 Thanks buddy, I know it has been a long while since I've been on! I've been busy trying to get my first adult paranormal-romance novel, "IMMORTAL RELATIONS" read and get the sequel, "IMMORTAL RELATIONS, LOVE & WAR" finished and sent to the publisher. I believe the sequel will join my first book up on AMAZON and KINDLE in OCTOBER (the first book has been available on both for nine months). I drove my 66 over to a little town called TRENT, Texas this morning to be in their homecomming parade. A friend in our local car club, "Last Chance Car Club" always gets a group together to go support that homecomming parade with our cars being in it. Last year I drove my Roush, next year (Good Lord willing) I'll drive my wife's Studebaker Wagonaire with the 5.7 Dodge Hemi or this "new" 1951 Studebaker P/U.


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