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Won at the Nebraska Rod and Custom Association, this BluePrint Engine Comes Home

Won at the Nebraska Rod and Custom Association, this BluePrint Engine Comes Home

We love to see it when our engines come home!

Ryan, the winner of this BP38313CTC1 through the Nebraska Rod and Custom Association didn’t waste much time getting 430 horsepower under the hood! He told us that he yanked the Holley carburetor and put an EFI unit on. He’s currently running a 700R4 and 3.25 rear end. At 80 miles per hour, he’s around 1800rpm and 14MPG!

Isn’t that an awesome color, too?

Formed in 1988, the Nebraska Rod and Custom Association aims to provide a forum from which special interest vehicle owners could provide a clear and strong voice on legislative issues that affect the hobby. They act as a catalyst for these interests and have more than 1,400 active members in Nebraska and surrounding states.

Their major event called the “Tour of Nebraska” has grown to more than 300 vehicles participating in a two-day, 600-mile adventure of the roads of the state – which definitely brings their motto, “driving today to keep driving tomorrow,” to life!

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24th Annual Tour Nebraska, 600+ Miles Across the Plains!

24th Annual Tour Nebraska, 600+ Miles Across the Plains!

Several BluePrint Engines employees hit the road with nearly 400 other classic cars and trucks for the 24thAnnual NRCA Tour Nebraska.

The car club NRCA, Nebraska Rod & Custom Association, gathered 398 of their members to take to the back roads for a weekend of driving their old cars and exploring our great state of Nebraska.

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