1956 Ford F-100 Roars into the Garage: Tire Smokin’ Tuesday
Antique Ford F-100 truck sounds great as it slides into the dark in a cloud of smoke.
This week’s “Tire Smokin’ Tuesday” video comes to us from the YouTube channel of Chris Lemke and it features a bright yellow 1956 Ford F-100 doing a wicked burnout for a small crowd. What makes this burnout unusual is that the driver starts right in front of the open garage, smoking the tires and sliding sideways as the antique pick gets all of the way into the tight garage.
The details are short, but we know that this 1956 Ford F-100 is powered by a 383-cubic inch stroker motor that delivers 500 horsepower. We don’t know what type of engine is under the hood, as 383 is a common stroke option for a 350 small block Chevy, but there are also 383 stroker kits online for the older 351 V8s. So, it might have a Chevy engine and it might have a Ford engine, but in either case, it does a pretty fantastic burnout.
Other than the engine size, we don’t know anything about this old school Ford F-100, but it looks to be a pretty sharp truck with bright yellow paint, a set of modern wheels and black trim.
Within the first few seconds of the video, the burnout begins, with the F-100 quickly getting lots of smoke from the rear tires. After a short time with the old Ford being stationary, the driver lets it roll forward towards the open garage and the burnout intensifies. As the truck inches into the garage, the engine roars and the tires create clouds of smoke, but just as quickly as the burnout begins, it comes to an end.
As the smoke clears, we can see the dark lines painted on the driveway, ending right at the mouth of the garage, but the truck ends up parked perfectly in the middle of the building.
Crank up your speakers and enjoy!