This 1970 Dodge Truck Has Two Twin-Turbo Cummins Diesel Engines

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One of the weirdest and wildest builds that graced the floor at the SEMA show this year is an old 1970 Dodge D-Series pickup truck with two engines. It was built by New Douglas, Illinois-based shop Plowboy Diesel after joking about an older Dodge truck they had in their shop with an engine bay so big they could stuff two Cummins engines in there.

Source: This 1970 Dodge Truck Has Two Twin-Turbo Cummins Diesel Engines – The Drive

This Old Dodge Truck Is a Twin-Engine Diesel Burnout Machine

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Plowboy Diesel, creators of this customized Dodge D-Series truck, managed to shoehorn two separate Cummins 6BT inline-six engines with new BorgWarner turbos into the engine bay, creating a 12-cylinder diesel-powered pickup. According to Engine Swap Depot, power is sent to a Track Master 47RE four-speed auto via a custom gear case that connects the output of both engines into one shaft.

Source: This Old Dodge Truck Is a Twin-Engine Diesel Burnout Machine

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