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Welcome to the BMP Customer Rides gallery!
Show off your toys... 

Check out some of the fastest and coolest rides in the industry that use BMP Products. Don’t see your ride? If you use Bill Mitchell Products on your street machine, submit your ride!

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CAR: 1956 Chevy Nomad
OWNER: Bill Mitchell
COMMENTS: Ground Up, Body Off Restoration Purchased complete running car back in 2000. Art Morrison Chassis & too much more too list. No expensed was spared when buying what was needed. Purchased every piece metal that was available from Danchuk, Door Skins, Rear lower quarters and the entire front to rear floor pan. The fenders are the only item that is not available as a new stamping but found two fenders in get shape with no rust. Mike Stawicki (Mike Stawicki Race Racing) up state New York did all of the metal work.

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CAR: 1965 Ford Falcon Futura Deluxe Station Wagon
OWNER: Angelo.J. Liguori
COMMENTS: "The Wagonator" All original. 200 Cu. In. 105HP Straight Six. Rebuilt Head, New C4 Transmission. Special thanx to Eagle Automotive of Levittown NY. Perhaps the slowest car to ever wear a BMP Sticker.

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CAR: Chevy Master 2dr
OWNER: Fred McMurray
COMMENTS: 545 HP BMP 427 short block with AFR Eliminator heads, Edelbrock air gap,Comp Cam solid roller,scorpion roller rockers, Holley,full length headers, 700R4 with bowtie overdrive kit, ford 9 inch, ps,pb,pw,pa, cruise, dakota digital, lokar, griffin aluminum rad, custom interior, fast/fun street rod.

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CAR: Chevy Monza Nostalga Funny Car
OWNER: Tim McFarland
COMMENTS: 1979 Don Long chassis, Strange big bearing 3rd member 4.31 Strange ring and  pinion.35 spline axels, full floater. 496 ci BB Chevy Bill Mitchell cyl heads Lunati cam, 4.250" billet crank H beam rods. Weisco 12.5:1 pistons. Total Seal rings. Edelbrock tunnel ram Enderle bird catcher hat and 0 pump, MSD digital AL6.M/T 34.5 17 16 slicks The BMP heads I have is one reason this engine runs so well the Manley valves and oh my god 800lb psi open springs compliment the aluminum heads with 345cc intake runners with out a doubt the best cly heads I've ever had.

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CAR: 1968 Chevy Camaro
OWNER: Kelly Baillie
COMMENTS: Best E.T./MPH: 10.2@128-Horsepower: 600-Torque: 580
World Products 454 Small Block Chevy using a World cast iron Motown block, 235 aluminum heads and 4500 intake.  Heads and intakes now being made my Bill Mitchell Products.

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CAR: 1967 Chevy Camaro
OWNER: Byron Ozawa
COMMENTS: BBC built by Bill Mitchell Hardcore Racing. Build includes Merlin intake manifold and Merlin heads.

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CAR: 1964 Plymouth & Buick Regal 
OWNER: Don Ryan Crutchybilt Performance.
COMMENTS: Hey guys, just wanted to say thank you for a great product. We used your wedge aluminum block for one of our customers engines. When it was all finishes and in the car we ended having a great piece that he owner can go out and win with. It all started with a great foundation. Here are some pictures for you guys. Also I attached some of the shop car, it's a Buick Regal with a Motown block that is over 20 years old now and thumping in the 8.50 range. Thanks again.

Don Ryan Crutchybilt Performance.

 

 

 

 

 

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