The 427 SOHC mill might not have been welcomed at NASCAR (be it by NASCAR’s own decision or by Chrysler’s meddling in the background) but the NHRA welcomed the psychotic variation of the FE mill with open arms and the kind of glassy, bright eyes you usually see in Japanese animations. For them, it was a godsend, an absolute ripper of an engine that had a soundtrack like a siren’s call for any gearhead with a pulse. Seriously, we have yet to hear a Cammer that doesn’t raise our heart rate up…it might be one of the best-sounding engines out there, period and certainly is in the top of the chart from Ford. Stuffed into a straight-axle 1955 Ford and piloted by driver Jeff Jacobson, who treats the red and white beauty like a pissed-off teenager in the parking lot of a King Soopers after midnight, the full fury of the engine gets put on full display. If you’ve ever wondered how Gasser racing is so popular, watch this video. If this doesn’t give you enough of a hint, there’s nothing else we can tell you or show you that’ll do it.