There are some sleepers out there that you suspect might have something done, but if you saw this 1997 Ford Falcon cruising down the street it would not be one of them. Under the Hood (Bonnet) you’re immediately greeted with what at a glance, appears to be a Naturally Aspirated V8 gently tucked in the engine bay.
Ok, fair enough…but wait, is that an air bypass valve? Right about there you start to realize that there is a lot more to this setup than you anticipated, or at least these guys did. Following the plumbing around some they wound up at the back of this Austrailia native Ford UTE (Coupe Utility Vehicle) where they found where the magic happens! Tucked down deep in the bed of this old farm truck are two 69MM Borg Warner turbo’s that quickly made them aware this car was in no way slow! Seeing a setup like this leads to a lot of questions and they started asking them!