Jim Lindsley's '32 Ford roadster with twin Chryslers-one front, one rear. The front Hemi bolted to an in-and-out gearbox with the output shaft driving the front snout of the back V-8. The rear crankshaft was splined with a U-joint attached that connected to the short driveshaft from the front engine (essentially a V-16). When Burke drove the roadster he did so with only the back engine running to 170 mph. Lindsley had gotten into the 200 MPH Club with both Chryslers running.