The one enduring lesson that the Doublemint twins taught us is that two is generally better than one. Well, some guys up in Michigan have taken that to heart, so they went about building the monster you see above. It's a totally normal 1932 Ford delivery van, just like the ones that used to deliver milk to the doorsteps of people who could afford to have milk delivered during the Great Depression...
... well, totally normal except that it's got two 572c.i.d. Hemis, each with its own supercharger, making a total of 2500 horsepower. That's roughly the equivalent of ten Hondas put together.
Those superchargers are crazy shiny, and come courtesy of a shop that actually didn't take its name from the Red Light District.
In stark contrast to the engine, the interior is nice and plain, because you definitely don't want any distractions driving an 80-year-old van with 2500 horses.
The ordinary brakes work just fine on this car, which is part of why it's actually street legal. They just need a little help from the twin parachutes, because again, 2500 horsepower.
For real, go about halfway through this vid and you'll see/hear why the $209,000 asking price is probably a bargain for this thing.