We’ve all heard that phrase, “I’m going to pass you so fast that it’s going to suck the stickers off of your car.” Well we’ve finally found a car that can create enough vacuum to actually pull stickers off of other cars. Meet the Octurbolet.
We found this monster on the Classic Industries facebook fan page, then traced it back to Lateral-G’s homepage. From what we can gather, this car was actually built in the early 2000s by Steve Sandlin just to see if he could. He ended up with a classic car that everyone talks about to this day. The car’s actual name was “The Inciner8or.” We found out that it was a ’57 Chevy with an LS1 engine and 8 turbos, all supported by a tube chassis. The car has a stock 4L80E transmission and is decked out inside with leather interior.
Think about it… one turbo for each cylinder! That’s got to be way overkill but the exact reason that Hot-Rodding exists. Just to see if you can and what will happen if you do. Granted, it might not be your cup-of-tea, and you may think that its a total waste of money, but it is cool as hell.
We missed this one the first go round. But now we are going to try and track it down and find out what ever became of this beast. Stay tuned for more info on this one-of-a-kind build!